Agile conference in Warsaw, Oct 4-5, 2012
There are only 2 weeks left before AgileByExample 2012 and we have a final schedule along with some other news.
First of all we are very happy to have a keynote by Roy Osherove who you may know from a Manifesto For Software Team Leaders.
During the two days of conference you will be able to listen to 16 talks about introducing agility, choosing practices that work, dealing with agile in complex or large organizations, working agile way and having fun. We will talk about distributed environments and what can we learn from working this way. Finally we will take a look at quality and agile testing and will try to find the best way to build and grow good agile teams.
As the last time we will have a cool party on Thursday evening, so you have a chance to get as much information out of our speakers and other attendees as you can during a long night conversations.
But there is more. We have also some gifts for you. Are you curious what are they? We have for example a few copies of Esther Derby‘s “Agile Retrospectives” book specially signed for AgileByExample 2012 attendees. They will be looking for owners during the conference
See you in October and if, by any chance, you don’t have a ticket yet then this is the very last chance to get it.
It’s already even less than a month before we will all meet at AgileByExample 2012. Also there is only one more week to get the tickets before the price will rise to “Late Birds”. You don’t want to be a late bird, do you?
We are sad to inform you that David Hussman won’t be able to come to Warsaw this year. We wish him all the best and look forward to meeting him next year. However we may still have something cool from David for you, so stay tuned!
If you wonder who is going to give a keynote this year, be sure that we have a great speaker coming to Warsaw We already know who that will be and we will announce it on Wednesday just to tease you a bit more
We’re happy to announce this year’s keynote speaker David Hussman who will open AgileByExample 2012 with “Products and People over Process and Dogma“.
David has lead software for many years in a variety of domains: digital audio, digital biometrics, medical, government, legal, security, financial, retail, and education to name a few. David now spends his time coaching and leading agile project communities in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Along with presenting and leading workshops / tutorials at conferences in the U.S. and Europe, David is the author of Cutting an Agile Groove, and has contributed to several books (“Managing Agile Projects” and “Agile in the Large”).
Also almost fully complete schedule is now available. Take a look and start preparing for passionate discussions during our Q&A sessions after each block of talks.
If you don’t have a ticket for AgileByExample 2012, don’t wait until it’s too late to get it for only 150 EUR. Register NOW!