Chicago AUG Lunch Series – February 2019 Edition

THIS IS A FREE EVENT – PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW Hey Chicago! We’re off to lunch at our usual spot after a short January break to catch our breath and plan out 2019. Join us for a bite to eat and have a chance to talk with community peers about your Atlassian environment.</p>While we’re running this, we will also continue our regular evening meetups with our partners, continuing to offer rich content, presentations, demonstrations and thought provoking Q&amp;A. If you’d like to speak at our meetups please reach out to us.</p>What to expect:</p>We’ve setup a lunch event at Monks Pub. This will be a social mixer where you can talk with your peers about Atlassian products in use at your organization. No formal presentation. This will be driven by you to share and ask questions with your peers.</p>You certainly will not go hungry. We’ll have a limited selection of food and non-alcoholic drinks from the menu.</p>RSVP’s are limited to 30 attendee’s during this event.</p>Please update your RSVP if you cannot attend. We’re expecting solid turn out and want to make sure we can get as many members in as possible.</p>Hey Summit’s happening soon!<br></p>Let us know if you’re attending, we’d love to continue the conversation in Las Vegas as well this year.<br></p>Your feedback is extremely important. Let us know your thoughts.</p>Best,</p>Peter &amp; Greg.</p>

11:30 AM: Lunch
Come as you are, 11:30 am Sharp
1:00 PM: Event Ends
Leave with your bellies full and your brains bustling with ideas.

Peter DeWitt – Atlassian User Group

Gregory Van Den Ham – Atlassian User Group

Hosted By
Gregory Van Den Ham, Atlassian User Group Leader

Peter DeWitt, Atlassian User Group Leader

Krishnanand Nayak, Atlassian User Group Leader

Global Partner
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Millions of users globally rely on Atlassian products every day for improving software development, project management, collaboration, and code quality.

Monks Pub (

For nearly a decade, Atlassian customers have come together to network, share ideas, solve problems, and find new ways to use Atlassian products. Today, more than 15,000 people take part in Atlassian user groups in more than 30 countries.