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Agile Eastern Europe Conference: Season 6 Conference
27 Mar 2015 (till 28 Mar 2015)
RATES IN 2015
first 35 tickets
before March 23
before March 27
* € 1 = 28 UAH
The first Agileee was held in September 2009. Its success was then exceeded by next Agileee held in October 2010, in September 2011, in October 2012 and in October 2013. 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.“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.
This event 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 1900+ international guests visited our event since 2009 and listened to 130+ speakers from all over the world.
Refund procedure and replacement of members:
- ticket cost can be returned no later than 2 weeks before the event, at the rate of 70%
- less than 2 weeks the ticket cost is not returned, you could to substitute your place to another person. For replacement please contact us, inform name and surname of another person. It is also important that the new member (replacement) is registered
|Contact Person||Lina Shishkina|
|Phone Number||+380 50 374 04 38|
Accepted Speakers (15)
Dmytro GadomskyLegal issues of agile contracts
Nikita FilippovГлубинные исследования -- Как найти реальную боль клиента и предложить конкуретноспособное решение
Liz KeoghBehaviour-Driven Development: A Bit of An Experiment
Andrew GarkavyiChange it or leave it
Artem BykovetsСмотрите по сторонам собираясь "переходить дорогу" или чем чревато игнорирование Bus Factor
Aviram EisenbergNokia Siemens Networks case study - Agile in action
Annette VendelboThe 5 Pitfalls that Make the Difference between Failure and Success in Organization-Wide Implementation of Agile
Nataliya TreninaRAPID GROWTH HACK: How Agile Principles, Practices, and Mindset help Ukrainian NGOs Develop
Sergey AlpaevRefactoring to Agile
Dmytro MindraSo You Want To Be A (Better) Public Speaker?
Dmytro MindraRefactoring Legacy Code
Dmytro MindraHow we test software at Unity Technologies
Anton VidishchevКак мы строили Agile в Энтерпрайзе при агрессивном росте команды.
Maks VyshnivetskyyScrum в госсекторе: обмани меня, если сможешь
Slava MoskalenkoAddictive Kanban Simulation
Agility как способ выживанияЗабудь Scrum, Kanban, SAFe.... С чего реально начинается Agile трансформация?
Agility как способ выживанияAgility, как способ выживания
Gino MarckxLet's get started on this together!
Askhat UrazbaevUsing simulational modelling for accelerating large lean transformation
Svetlana MukhinaBecoming a Jelled Team
Svetlana MukhinaTechniques for Agile Teams Facilitation
Svetlana MukhinaCoaching Techniques for Agile Mindset
Ben LindersSustainable Improvement through Agile Retrospectives
Vladimirs IvanovsCreating children book in 45 minutes thanks to Scrum
Luis GoncalvesPerformance Appraisals are incompatible with Agile Mindset
Alexey PikulevGrowing trust workshop: “In Team We Trust”
Gil ZilberfeldThe New Agile
Gil ZilberfeldThe most beautiful code in the world
Gil ZilberfeldTo Estimate Or #NoEstimate, That Is The Question
Gil ZilberfeldTDD for the rest of us
Gil ZilberfeldTesting Economics
Gil ZilberfeldTDD Patterns
Pawel BrodzinskiWhy We Fail to Change
Tomek PająkWar stories and conclusions about Scaled Agile Framework
Claudio PerroneEvolve & Disrupt