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I am Amit Mohan from Sydney Australia, I am new to Atlassian and have recently started using the Tool including Confluence/Trello/Miro.
Need understanding and guidance on how to pick Career Path via Atlassian Trainings to become IT Agile SM or IT Agile Project Manager.
Best Regards, Amit Mohan
@Amit Mohan Welcome, Amit! I'll let other folks weigh in here with ideas, but be sure to check out off-topic threads like Friday Fun and "Three Things" as well. 😄
Welcome, Amit! As you learn about Agile and Atlassian tools, you should use the Community to ask questions and start discussions. Agile is not a something that you can learn from a book and implement with your teams. Team culture and other environment factors are to be considered when you define the flavor of Agile that you need to be successful. Good luck and see you around! :-)
Thank you for your comment.
You are right that Agile is not easily understood. I have project management experience from the Waterfall model as the Electronics Industry I was working in was pretty much having defined requirements and market goals.
Now working in Agile and gaining experience is a tricky path.