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Get ready for an excellent evening of Atlassian Presentations with Rachel Wright, author of the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook and Bryan Robison from Praecipio with Bitbucket Pipelines.

Rachel Wright is an entrepreneur and an Atlassian Certified JIRA Administrator. Rachel also uses Atlassian tools in her personal life for accomplishing goals and tracking tasks. Her first book, the “JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook“, was written in Confluence and progress was tracked in JIRA!

“The goal of the “Top JIRA Administration Mistakes” presentation is to keep others out of what I call the “JIRA swamp.” Or, if you’re already in it, help dig you out. This session is different – it’s about strategy. It’s recommendations from years of cleaning up horrible JIRA configurations! It’s about what you should do, what you shouldn’t do, and why. Hear the mistakes I made as a JIRA administrator and real examples of problems to avoid. Would you rather your application be an organized, tidy, and trimmed garden or a foggy, contaminated, overgrown swamp?”

Bryan Robison is a Principal of Technical Delivery; A technology-oriented internet professional with over 18 years of broad-based experience in mobile and traditional web application development, online and SMS advertising, and web design, Bryan is experienced in information architecture, contextual design, usability, accessibility, responsive design, and workflow modeling. A team leader with demonstrated ability to clarify and explain complex ideas to creative and development teams, clients, and end users, Bryan has a lifelong interest in technology and a passion for creating, finding, learning, and testing new ideas, tools, and concepts. His specialities include: Java, Python, C#, SQL, Git, Perforce, Subversion, HTML, CSS, jQuery, PHP, Agile/Scrum, Contextual Design, OOP, REST, responsive design, user profiling, wireframes, process modeling, prototyping, testing, documenting functional and technical requirements, and system administration.