This week, we’re excited to host @danielwester, a developer who has been heavily involved in our Atlassian Ecosystem, who will answer questions about building apps for the Marketplace and starting/growing your own business.
Daniel is the Co-Founder/Co-CEO at 55 Degrees, and has been a member of the community since its very early days. He wrote his first Jira app back when Jira 3.3 was all the rage and he was working at Turner Broadcasting Systems (TBS). Since then, he has built two Atlassian Marketplace businesses! At 55 Degrees, he leads the development effort for their industry-leading flow analytics and probabilistic forecasting tool, ActionableAgile. He also manages the development of new products and internal tooling needed to run a business.
During his time in the Atlassian Ecosystem, Daniel has built apps for Jira, Bamboo, Bitbucket and Confluence using P2, Connect, and now Forge. Recognized by Atlassian multiple times for his contribution to the developer community, Daniel is deeply engaged in the Atlassian Ecosystem and has organized Marketplace lean-coffees and other get-togethers for the community.
Daniel is a great resource for questions related to starting and growing your business, making your first hire, managing custom apps for internal companies, and building internally/building for Marketplace.
He will be available to answer your questions on August 17th. Feel free to add your questions for Daniel as replies to this topic starting today! He’ll try to answer as many as he can! If you can’t join us on August 17, you’ll be able to review this topic in the community after the AMA takes place. We’ll also be sharing a quick recap on the Atlassian Developer Blog so you can get caught up.
Without further ado, let’s chat! Share your questions for @danielwester below.
A note: As mentioned in the blog, this is the first in a series of 3 AMA sessions. We plan to have a total of 3 sessions over the next couple of months. Next month, @tpettersen will be joining us to answer all things Developer Experience at Atlassian.