The Agile Alliance is running a dedicated technical conference for the first time on April 7-9. The rationale behind running the event is at least partly because of the perception that the annual Agile 20XX conference doesn’t have enough emphasis on the technical aspects of software development. InfoQ spoke to a number of the conference speakers to understand why they feel it is important.
The Agile Alliance board met in Costa Rica last week, and they hosted an event for the local Agile community, with speakers from the Board and the community on topics ranging from applying the agile mindset to business challenges to evolutionary architecture, the need for clarity in all aspects of communication, creating a collaborative community and building a "bossless" company
At the combined Agile Alliance and Agile Open Northwest Open Space event in Portland Declan Whelan and Diana Larsen led two sessions in which they explored the application of the Agile Fluency model for understanding and addressing technical debt and showed a game based on the model which teams can use to help them identify practices and principles they want to adopt based on their fluency goals
The Agile 2015 conference ran in Washington, DC earlier this month with over 2300 attendees from around the globe. This is a second article in a series looking at the sponsors who supported the conference. They were each asked to answer three questions – Who, What and Why. Who are they, What were they offering at the conference and Why did they choose to sponsor this event?
At the recent Agile 2015 conference the Agile Alliance hosted the fifth annual industry analyst panel briefing in which a group of commentators answered questions on the theme of agile trends and future directions.
James Tamm, author of the book Radical Collaboration, gave the closing keynote at the recent Agile 2015 conference. His talk was titled “Want Better Collaboration – don’t be so defensive" and provided advice on how to be more collaborative by understanding the factors which cause our own defensiveness.
At the recent Agile 2015 conference two organisations had video booths set up to record interviews with conference attendees, organizers and speakers. These videos are now published and available.
The Agile2015 conference ran in Washington, DC last week with over 2300 attendees from around the globe. This is the first of a number of news items that will highlight different aspects of the conference. They were each asked to answer three questions – Who, What and Why. Who are they, What were they offering at the conference and Why did they chose to sponsor this event?
The Agile Executive Forum runs in August this year, overlapping with the first day of the Agile 2015 conference in Washington DC. InfoQ spoke to the conference co-chair Sanjiv Augustine about the event.
The Agile Australia 2015 conference is running in Sydney on 17 - 18 June with its theme around the art of simplicty. The conference has been running since 2009 and is set to attract over 1,000 delgates representing over 250 of Australia's leading organisations.
Last week the AgileWelly meetup group hosted an OpenSpace event in which over 100 people participated in examining topics under the theme "Agile Adolescence: The Growing Pains". Over the course of the day over 25 sessions were held which explored factors ranging from deployment of continuous delivery to actors that result in highly motivated teams.
The OnAgile virtual conference is running on May 14, 2015. It will examine the impact and value of technical practices in agile transformations. A wide range of speakers will explore aspects covering microservices, continuous delivery, functional programming, exploratory testing and software craftsmanship. InfoQ spoke to conference chair Declan Whelan about the event.
The Agile Alliance has announced the speaker lineup and program for the Agile 2015 conference and the Agile Executive Forum, both events being held in Washington, DC in August 2015.
The Agile Alliance is inviting people to submit sessions for their annual conference in 2015. The submission system will remain open until February 22, 2015; speakers are encouraged to submit early.
Since the Agile 2014 conference ended on the 1st of August there have been a lot of posts examining the conference experience and suggesting ideas for future events.