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Register now for Atlassian annual summit in Las Vegas

Atlassian, the maker of popular collaborative tools like Jira and Trello, is back in Las Vegas, Nevada from 30 March to 2 April for its annual global summit – and you’re invited.

“Join the team and other users to be inspired, hear expert advice on the best ways to use Atlassian tools, learn about the latest technology and product updates, and celebrate the teams that make the world a better place,” says Atlassian.

None other than famed journalist Malcolm Gladwell (he wrote Outliers, Blink, and The Tipping Point and hosts the Revisionist History podcast) is expected as the headline keynote at the Atlassian Summit 2020.

Attendees will also enjoy full and half days of training focused on Agile approaches as well as cloud, devops, automation, integration and more using Atlassian kit. Streams in the full schedule include power sessions (“creating an exponential culture”), the future of work, ITSM and IT operations, devops, planning and tracking, collaborate, scale and more.

Online registration closes 27 March – register here.

The event is set to be held at the Mandalay Bay South Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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