Atlassian Summit 2016: Join our team at e-Core Meet&Greet
Are you excited to join the biggest event in the Atlassian annual schedule? We are too! The Atlassian Summit is going to its 8th edition and this year’s event will be held on San Jose, California, from October 10th to 13th.
If you’re looking for the latest updates in Atlassian Tools, product demos, trainings and much more, this is your place. Embrace the opportunity to connect with other Atlassian users, Experts and enthusiasts from all over the world. Let other companies’ cases inspire your own organization and help you empower your team. There will be more than 75 different sessions divided in 7 tracks and over 15 hands-on training classes to improve your Atlassian expertise.
To get your tickets, click here!
This year, e-Core is promoting a Meet & Greet event. We want to be closer to you and have some quality time to discuss solutions, cases and how we can help you speed-up your processes and boost your teamwork. On October 11th at 7:30 p.m., join us for great food and great drinks at Arcadia Steakhouse located in the Marriott Hotel connected to the San Jose Convention Center.
To RSVP or to learn more, click here.
Last year, e-Core was proud to have had a client, AGCO, speaking in the event and talking about how the organization used Atlassian Solutions to increase their software development productivity.
Click here or watch the presentation below.
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