July 8, 2019 at 23:59 GMT+2
Atlas Camp is coming to Vienna, Austria on 11-12 September 2019!
We're looking for business leaders, developers, and industry experts to speak on a range of topics. Take a look at the tracks below to learn more.
We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to submit a speaker proposal. If you're selected as a speaker, you will get a free conference pass to Atlas Camp 2019. You will also work with our track leads to prepare and rehearse your presentation. The selection process is competitive, but we've got tips to help you submit a winning proposal.
To submit a session for Atlas Camp 2019, create an account below, or log in to finalize and submit a draft / additional sessions.
Atlas Camp is the largest gathering of Atlassian app developers to enhance your skills, discover the future of product roadmaps, and learn how to grow your business and make your app stand out. Showcase your ideas and best practices in one of our four different tracks at Atlas Camp.
Collaborate and hear advanced topics around app development. For example Data Center/Server, testing, performance tuning, and scaling, and how to use the Marketplace API to inform your business.
Discover new ways to transform your team. Explore potential topics around Agile, testing, source control, DevOps, marketing, and running a business as an Atlassian vendor.
Learn how experience design can elevate your app for your users. Explore how to maximize your experience design to improve things such as user onboarding, increase app adoption, and potentially how to use Atlassian tools to jump-start your app experience.
Get up to date on APIs, roadmaps, new services, and features that will set your app or service up for success from the Atlassian Product teams.
All Atlas Camp speaker submissions will be reviewed and graded by a committee comprised of Atlassian employees and developer community members. Speaker details will be anonymous during preliminary selection to ensure we have an objective assessment of each submission.
Atlassian is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive event that showcases the contributions of people from all backgrounds in technology. Collecting demographic data about our applicant pool and speaker lineup is a key part of that mission. We will not use this information to inform our selection process, but rather to understand how effectively we are reaching and supporting speakers from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds at Atlas Camp.
When speakers submit their proposed topic, reviewers won’t be able to see any identifying information about the presenter while the content is being evaluated. This will allow us to assess the true merit of the proposal without allowing someone’s demographic characteristics or speaking experience to bias our decisions. After determining the highest quality submissions from each track, our selection committee will meet to ensure that we have an appropriate balance of speakers. In addition to the diversity and experience level of our speaker line up, we also try to ensure a good mix of Atlassian employees and external speakers.
When our committee is evaluating your submission, we only have what you provide as a part of your submission to take into consideration, so make it good! To improve your chances at being selected, be sure to cover the following points in your session abstract and outline.
Here are some examples of abstracts from our previous Atlas Camp.
We want everyone who attends Atlas Camp to feel safe and included. We expect Atlas Camp staff, speakers, attendees, and sponsors to be respectful and collaborative, regardless of gender, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, religion, or any other personal characteristic. This applies to all areas within the conference venue, talks, workshops, parties, and any online media or spaces associated with Atlas Camp.
We're an open company that values an inclusive and supportive environment where everyone can be their full selves without being subject to unacceptable behaviour, including demeaning, harassing, abusive, violent, discriminatory, derogatory or demeaning conduct.
Conference staff is always available to help anyone who believes that this code of conduct has been violated. Conference staff can be identified by their "staff" t-shirts if there are any potential concerns, or participants can report incidents to the contact listed below. We reserve the right to take any action we deem appropriate, including expulsion from the conference, to maintain a positive, inclusive atmosphere at Atlas Camp. Staff are also happy to help participants contact hotel/venue security or local law enforcement, provide escorts, or otherwise assist anyone for the duration of the conference.
If you see or experience something that violates this code of conduct in law or spirit, please Be the Change You Seek and report the incident!
To report an incident, contact personnel at the registration desk or email@example.com at any time. Reports may be made confidentially.