Meet the Author: San Antonio and Austin, Texas

Rachel Wright and the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook

Will you be in San Antonio, Texas on June 6, 2017 or in Austin on June 7? Stop by and meet Rachel Wright, author of the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook!  Rachel will present “Top JIRA Administration Mistakes” based on the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook, answer your JIRA questions, and autograph your book!

San Antonio, Texas
Date: Tues, June 6, 2017
Location: Geekdom, 110 E. Houston St. – 7th Floor San Antonio, 78205
RVSP for free

Austin, Texas
Date: Wed, June 7, 2017
Location: Atlassian, 303 Colorado St. #1600 Austin, 78701
RVSP for free

The JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook is different – it’s not documentation. It’s over 150 recommendations from years of cleaning up horrible JIRA configurations.  This book includes 32 real life examples of what NOT to do, over 50 worksheets to get you organized, and templates, code snippets, and wording samples to help you streamline processes.

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?

Rachel Wright

Author: Rachel Wright

Rachel Wright is an entrepreneur, Certified JIRA Administrator, and author of the JIRA Strategy Admin Workbook. She started using JIRA in 2011, became a JIRA administrator in 2013, and was certified in 2016. She is the owner and founder of Industry Templates, LLC, which helps companies grow, get organized, and develop their processes.

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