You've heard it all before. A content collaboration software that changes how modern teams work. A central place to keep your team's work organized and accessible. A wiki page dedicated to you and yours. Yes, I'm talking about that seemingly magical software, the Confluence. But what is it actually? What does it do more than Google docs or dropbox? Does it really increase your business efficiency that much? Oh my dear friend, have we got a show for you.
Join us for Pizza&Learn on Thursday for another casual meet and greet for AUG Waterloo - this time starring Confluence and its dreamy features. We'll deep dive into Confluence with 4 demos with live interpretations. Plus we have a local customer who will share a story about how Atlassian tools are used in real life. Don't miss out! As always, there will be free food, swag, and (soft) drinks.
Irene H is an Atlassian certified professionals with Jira admin and Agile development certifications. Over her 15+ years career time she has been automation engineer, software developer, software developer in Test, business owner creating USB based instruments, 3D cameras etc. Now she is dedicated to provide ALM solutions with Atlassian tools and it’s ecosystem. She has years of working experiences with Agile methodologies, scrum team and CI/CD.
Computer Engineering student at University of Waterloo . He is passionate about agile tools and making agile development more efficient and seamless.
Matt Fisher has been a technology leader for the past 15 years in scale-up and enterprise technology organizations. Over this period of time, Matt has been focused on working with organizations to simplify and streamline their overall business technology. A common theme with Matt's work has been to leverage a "Platform First" strategy through the use of SaaS technology to reduce overall complexity, improve customer experience, simplify data dependencies for integration while reducing overall technology debt. Matt has been an Atlassian customer for the past 5 years leading traditional product teams through the use of JIRA but more recently has deployed the use of Agile methodologies in concert with JIRA to non-technology teams with the goal of prioritizing work and increasing output velocity.