Washington, D.C. Atlassian User Group to Host Inaugural Meeting at 1410Q on April 27

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The Washington, D.C. Atlassian User Group is holding its inaugural meeting on April 27, 2010 at new entrepreneur hotspot 1410Q.

Having an active user community can be so important to getting the most out of a technology. I am excited to help start the D.C. Atlassian User Group.

The Washington, D.C. Atlassian User Group (DCAUG) is hosting its first meetup on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at downtown entrepreneur hotspot 1410Q.

The event will take place from 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. and is free to all those interested.

The goals of DCAUG are the following:

1. Share and learn Atlassian product knowledge, best practices, and case studies with fellow, current and prospective users.

2. Address the needs of both Atlassian product system administrators as well as novice and experienced product users.

3. Network and socialize with fellow Atlassian product users.

4. Meet 3 to 4 times a year in the Washington, D.C. metro region.

“Having an active user community can be so important to getting the most out of a technology,” said Michael Norton of Three Pillar Global. "I am excited to help start the D.C. Atlassian User Group and the space being generously provided by 1410Q is going to be instrumental in a successful launch."

DCAUG organizers will provide beer and snacks.

To RSVP, click here.

About 1410Q:

1410Q is an environment for technology entrepreneurs to explore what they are capable of, surrounded by other tech entrepreneurs. Think of it as a little piece of San Francisco, right in the heart of Washington, D.C.

1410Q is made possible by a funding grant from PointAbout, marketing by iStrategyLabs, and sponsorship support from 3 Click Solutions, Capitol Communications, Rock Creek Strategic Marketing, PRWeb, St. Ledger-Roty Neuman & Olson LLP, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, AppMakr, dcMOMO and Disruptathon. To support this great cause, contact Avery Fellow at avery.fellow (at) 1410Q (dot) com or visit http://go.1410Q.com/sponsors.

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