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AgileByExample 2012 Conference
04 Oct 2012 (till 05 Oct 2012)
After the great success of AgileByExample 2011 we are eager to continue our journey and gain yet more insight into good (and bad!) agile adoption practices.
The second edition of our conference, AgileByExample 2012, will be held this Autumn, once again in Warsaw.
AgileByExample 2012 at a glance:
- second edition of an international event
- for developers and managers
- unique venue offering a fantastic climate
- presentations & discussions, all held in English.
Any practial cases or sets of advice about how to adopt any Agile, Lean or XP techniques in real life projects. In particular, we will look for:
- 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
The conference will have a single track, so nobody needs to choose between interesting topics. We would like the talks to be 30-45 min long so that each of them is focused on a single topic and cuts to the point.
However if you have any other suggestions or would like to use other format, just make a note in your talk submission. We are open to all interesting ideas to make the conference vibrant and energizing.
Get ready for AgileByExample 2012!
Accepted Speakers (10)
Sander HoogendoornMission impossible? Applying agile to enterprise projects
Sander HoogendoornThe invisible man. The crucial yet undefined role of testers in agile projects
Sander HoogendoornDeath by dogma versus assembling agile
Sander HoogendoornSurviving long-running agile projects. Agile by example
Michał BartyzelAgile team identity
Bartek KobyleckiBuilding teams by reinforcing personal feedback loops.
Mateusz SrebrnyRetrospectives die first
Mateusz SrebrnyBacklog 3D
Karol TraczykowskiAgile at GoldenLine.pl - Experience Report
Ramona DinBeing agile in a waterfall managed company
Ewa GowinHow to handle a scrum team with a past?
Heather HopkinsInnovation as a bi-product of SCRUM
Michal ValloAgile Testing - Value for Quality
Marek KirejczykVisibility, Feedback, Continuous Integration and Fun
Karthik SirasanagandlaHow I hated stand-up and ended-up enjoying it.
Piotr LeszczyńskiExperimenting with Visual Management and Kanban Board
Piotr LeszczyńskiBuilding Continuous Learning Culture
Domenico MustoThe testing strategy
Wiktor ŻołnowskiReversed Tests Pyramid - dealing with legacy code
Wiktor ŻołnowskiAgile - culture of the quality
Michał CzyżOutside-In Testing step by step
Wiktor ŻołnowskiTesters in the Agile World
Piotr BurdyloManaging gang of chaotic software developers is complex
Piotr BurdyloTake a look back
Piotr BurdyloBe careful when entering a casino - why we stopped playing poker
Michał OstruszkaCode(?) Reviews - Just Do It! (in a better and less boring way)
Michał ParkołaLessons form an Agile rebirth
Monika KoniecznyGamified Retrospective
Wiktor ŻołnowskiA story about transformations - some common problems
Thomas SundbergHow to fail a software project fast and efficiently?
Thomas SundbergClean Code
Thomas Sundberg(Remote) Pair programming
Marcin FloryanA successful liftoff into agile for a team of analysts
Jaroslaw PalkaThe deconstruction of architecture in times of crisis
Jasper SonneveltManagement told us to work Agile. And we still made it work...