Atlassian Team ‘23, the ultimate event in modern teamwork, is happening soon!
If you’re planning on attending this year’s conference you’re in for a treat. With a packed agenda and plenty of opportunities to learn, network, and grow, you’ll discover new ways to break down informational silos, boost productivity, and maximize your investment in Atlassian products.
To help you make the most of this incredible opportunity, we’ve reached out to our staff attending the event for their top tips. Keep reading to learn how you can get the most out of Atlassian Team ’23!
1. Watch keynote speaker James Cameron
“Attending the keynote discussion with James Cameron is a must for anyone looking to explore how teamwork and technology can bring impossible realities to life. As the CEO of Lightstorm Entertainment, James Cameron has built an impressive career that blends cutting-edge technology, expansive film production teams, and resonant storytelling to create some of the most iconic and groundbreaking movies of our time. Drawing from his experience and insights is a unique opportunity to inspire us on how to work collaboratively with our teams to push boundaries and achieve great things.”
Co-founder and Managing Partner
2. Network with peers
“The keynote sessions are the highlight of the event and should not be missed. However, to make the most of the experience, it’s important to walk around to meet new people. The networking opportunities are phenomenal. To maximize it, it’s best to avoid spending time with people you already know. Instead, make a conscious effort to meet new people throughout the day. Between meals and parties, there will be many chances to strike up conversations and build new relationships. To take it a step further, consider seeking out peers in your industry who are also attending the event and suggest meeting up for coffee.”
Co-founder and CEO
“Take advantage of the opportunity to meet new people and make connections. Introduce yourself to other attendees, participate in discussions, and attend social events. You never know who you might meet or what opportunities may arise from these interactions. “
3. Learn more about Atlassian tools
“Don’t miss the chance to attend ‘Impossible Alone: Charting a new era of teamwork’ with Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes, Scott Farquhar, and President, Anu Bharadwaj. This is a great opportunity to learn more about how Atlassian tools can help you spark collaboration within your team. Plus, Anu Bharadwaj is an inspiring leader with over 20 years of experience in driving high growth for startups and enterprises through teamwork and customer-focused initiatives. Between sessions and keynotes, make sure to also visit the exhibitor’s area to explore solutions, skills, and ideas that can power your business’s digital transformation.”
4. Meet with vendors
“Set clear goals before attending the conference, review the agenda, and plan in advance which sessions and presentations you want to attend. This will help you stay focused and make the most of your time. Additionally, take the opportunity to engage with vendors and learn more about their products and services. This is a unique opportunity to meet the teams behind those companies, ask questions and gain a better understanding of the value they can bring to your business.”
5. Prepare for Server End-of-Life
“With Atlassian server end-of-life fast approaching, Team 23 is a great opportunity to learn more about the Atlassian Cloud, including security and compliance, through several scheduled sessions on the topic. Make sure to also visit vendors like e-Core to ask questions, watch demos, and learn more about how to make a smooth transition to the cloud.”
Senior Atlassian Solutions Engineer
If you are planning to attend Atlassian Team ‘23, be sure to visit e-Core in Booth #69. You can meet our team, learn about our solutions to future-proof your business and get a chance to win an iPhone 14 Pro!
If you aren’t coming to Vegas this time, you can register to attend the event remotely. Additionally, stay tuned to live updates on e-Core’s social channels.