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Agile Eastern Europe Conference: Season 5 Conference
04 Oct 2013 (till 05 Oct 2013)
RATES IN 2013
first 35 tickets
before Sep 23
before Oct 2
“Agileee” stands for Agile Eastern Europe and is an annual and by fact the largest and most well-known Agile conference in the Eastern European.
The first Agileee was held in September 2009. Its success was then exceeded by next Agileee held in October 2010, in September 2011 and in October 2012. All the conferences were held in Kyiv (a.k.a. Kiev), Ukraine, which is nicely placed and easily reached to be a hub for Eastern European agilists.
This event is to bring the regional Agile movement onto the next level by integrating goals and directions of the local communities.
Also it is to integrate the regional Eastern European movement with the World-wide Agile movement by expanding the horizons and by adding new fresh pieces to the multi-cultural mosaic. About a half of conference speakers are well-known industry professionals from U.S, Canada and Western Europe.
Repetitive Success of Agileee
And yes, we’ve been quite successful. More than 1450 international guests visited our event since 2009 and listened to 104 speakers from all over the world.
|Contact Person||Lina Shishkina|
|Phone Number||+380 50 374 04 38|
Accepted Speakers (20)
Vladimir DzobaКаркас коучинга в agile окружении
Andrii DzyniaHow To Manage Testing in Agile World
Anton ZotinSuccessful Demo in complex distributed environment
Kirill KlimovStory points, ideal hours and a little math in between
Natalie YadrentsevaData Visualization via Organization
Nataliya TreninaKickasstarter Workshop: visual impulse to the people
Philip TorchinskyMost impressive features of new YouTrack issue tracker
Oleksandr LutsaievskyiGet Up! Stand Up! Patterns for effective Stand Up meetings
Vyacheslav MoskalenkoCultural transformation. Applying historical experience
Timofey Yevgrashyn"WTF is LRM, YAGNI, JIT?" or you don't know the underlying Agile principles
Natalie YadrentsevaData Visualization - see things differently
Nikita FilippovEnterprise Agile & Lean adoption Bank and Telecom company case study. What exactly you do not need to do in the examples and pictures
Izzet MustafaievDevelopment environment in Agile way
Bjarte BogsnesKEYNOTE: Beyond Budgeting
David HussmanKEYNOTE: Shut Up and Play Ya Guitar – again
Andrea ProvaglioLeading Self-Organizing Teams
Paul CullingA Decade of Done: Experiences and Learnings in an Agile Company
Sergey ProkhorenkoDead Zone: streamlining requirements flow in distributed projects
Peder SøholtHigh Five Driven Development
François BachmannOutsourcing in a flat world: how to succeed sustainably
Mattias SkarinVisualization - what's my brain got to do with it?
Karl ScotlandKanban – Isn’t It Just Common Sense?
Izzet MustafaievAgile Software Architecture
Gil ZilberfeldReal life TDD: Building a Spaceship
Gil ZilberfeldNot The Agile I Used To Know
Scott AucoinCycle Time Mapping & Evolving from Story Points
Adrian BolboacaAn Undecided Customer
Adrian BolboacaBrutal Refactoring Game
Sunil MundraStand Up Meeting Anti Patterns
Sunil MundraAgile Transformation-The Difference between Success and Failure
Sunil MundraDistributed Development Best Practices
Aleksey KolupaevAgile development in a successful startup