- 🗣 Team '23 Call for Speakers
- 💸 Robin Receives Strategic Investment from Atlassian Ventures
- 👻 3 Jira Experts on the Mistakes that Still Haunt Them
- ⭐ ️Atlassian Presents: High Velocity ITSM
- 🗓 Weekly Atlassian Events Roundup
- 📚 Article of the week: Partner and Developer Experience Survey: A readout and update
The biggest Atlassian event called Team is returning next year on April 18th to 20th. And Atlassian announced a call for speakers for the event.
You can apply to speak about topics like ITSM, Agile & DevOps, Open work management, Teamwork culture, and more.
They're looking for any level of experience so don't worry if you've not presented in front of large crowds so far, you can still apply.
If this is of interest to you, or anyone in your company could explore this opportunity, the post has a form link attached.
The deadline for submission is 10th November 2022.
Robin is an interesting service for hybrid teams.
It allows you and your team to manage a real office space. You can track who's planning to be in the office and when, and mix virtual meetings with booking physical meeting rooms.
After their recent $30m Series C round investment, the team at Robin partnered with Atlassian Ventures for a strategic investment of an undisclosed amount.
There isn't much info on this investment but if you need a solution like this, have a look at Robin.
We're getting close to Halloween, and Atlassian is preparing a variety of initiatives.
Last week, they they announced one of them, which is called Tales of Jira Terror! This is a free webinar where 3 Jira experts talk about top 3 mistakes they made with Jira.
This event is happening on 18 October, at 12pm Eastern time. Apart from listening to experts, you can also bring and discuss your own spooky tales of Jira in an interactive webinar setup.
There's a link for you to register in this announcement post.
The famous Atlassian-organized High Velocity ITSM event is happening at the O2 arena, London, in December.
They announced the details of this event last week, and, unfortunately, tickets for the in-person event had been all sold out.
But there's always a digital event, which will take place a few days later. The live event is on 8th December and the virtual one is on 13th.
It should be an exciting event about everything ITSM with a great lineup of speakers. For all ITSM geeks out there, go on and register for the virtual version.
Take a look at our Goosly event tracker - this week is packed with partner organized-events.
Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to join such events as Servicedesk Forum 2022, a couple of ITSM webinars for the Italian and German markets, and a corporate lunch meeting on Friday.
Plenty more to checkout, so navigate to Goosly Event Calendar for details.
📚 Article of the week: Partner and Developer Experience Survey: A readout and update
Caitlin McCurie, the lead researcher at Atlassian, put out an article announcing the second biannual experience survey. If you're subscribed to surveys by email, you should've received an email with the survey link last week on 11th. And you will get a reminder on 19th October as well.
In the article, Caitlin talks about the challenges and areas of interest that surfaced from the last survey back in May and recognises that these are important pains for Atlassian to address.
The summary is great but we would like to see a bit more about what was done to address the challenges and the impact it had on the community. Looking forward to that in a future report.
Now, we all know the ecosystem is nowhere near perfect and we've all been giving structured and unstructured feedback. It is important for all us to continue to voice our thoughts about what's working and what needs to improve. And giving structured feedback is a good way to do it!