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AgileByExample 2013 Conference
16 Oct 2013 (till 17 Oct 2013)
Agile By Example 2011 & 2012 were great events. This year it'll be even greater! This fall we will meet in Warsaw again to share and discuss Lean & Agile.
Agile by Example 2013 at a glance
- third edition of an international event
- for developers and managers
- unique venue offering a fantastic atmosphere
- presentations & discussions, all in English.
Call for Papers
We are looking for speakers. We are a "by example" conference, therefore we focus on real life cases, adoption reports, etc. In particular we are interested in:
- case studies from companies using Agile, Lean or XP practices
- examples of adopting particular practices (pick one and dive into details)
- practical advice to those already starting their way through agile adoption
- failure examples and reasons (we are all interested in avoiding same mistakes)
- techniques to maintain project codebase in a clean and well-tested shape
- practical ways to increase personal and team productivity
Call for Papers will be closed on 31.07.2013. Initial speaker lineup will be created mid August and final speaker invitations will be sent by the end of August.
All talks in the main track will be 30 minutes long, but we are also scheduling a lightning talk session. Make a note in your talk submission which format you prefer. Also - should you have more than one topic to present do not hestiate and submit them all.
Accepted Speakers (9)
Speakers in Review (15)
Michał OstruszkaCode review, do you speak it?
Paweł PolewiczQuality Assurance by metrics
Antti KirjavainenTechnical Excellence: Why does it not stick even now?
Kate TerleckaThe Perfect Memory - truth and myths on how humans learn
Kate TerleckaBeautiful disasters - the importance of building the right thing
Elżbieta Adamczyk and Kamil NowosadFreedom Fridays
Jakub Dziwisz, Karolina StępieńLarge Scale Agile
Mateusz KapicaWhat makes your stakeholders happy? – few words about cooperation inside virtual teams
Marek KirejczykScaling agile company with passion
Paweł Wrzeszcz20 CEOs in One Company
Tomasz DubikowskiAgile Games
Malcolm PeacockAre we there yet? Or what a release plan is for.
Joy KelseyScrum Buts - and how to remove them
Piotr TrojanowskiGreenhopper support for product development with multiple Teams
Wiktor ŻołnowskiStickies on the wall will not help you if you are building crappy software
Michał PrządkaGet agile and don't die trying
Kuba MarchwickiRe-building an engineering spirit
Kuba MarchwickiInnovation culture beyond startups
Radek LontScrum & Kanban ++
Pawel BrodzinskiBuilding Teams: We Got It All Wrong
Michał Ślizak and Danuta BemowskaStakeholder jungle – a survivor's guide
Jacek WieczorekSo, you want to be a Scrum Master, huh?
Marek TrylińskiHostile or friendly environment, in which agile soup are you?
John PeeblesHow to Build the Product Your Users Want But Can't Describe
Paul KlippMy first five years with Kanban - harsh lessons on the quest for flow
Tomasz BorowskiHow I Became a Spaceship Commander