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Agile On Top Down Under: Record Numbers at Agile Australia 2012

by Craig Smith on  Jun 07, 2012

Over 850 delegates crammed into the Hilton on the Park Hotel in Melbourne last week for Agile Australia 2012 to share experiences and learn from over 75 of Australia and New Zealand's most experienced Agile practitioners.

Agile 2012 Conference Program Announced

by Shane Hastie on  May 09, 2012

The Agile Alliance has announced the program for the Agile 2012 conference to be held in Dallas, Texas in August this year.

The Most Influential People in Agile

by Craig Smith on  Apr 18, 2012 11

A recent post by Paul Dolman-Darrall on the Value, Flow, Quality blog proposed a list of the 20 most influential people in the Agile community.

Agile 2012 Keynote Speakers Announced

by Shane Hastie on  Apr 13, 2012 1

The Agile Alliance has anounced the keynote speakers for the Agile 2012 conference being held in Dallas, Texas, on 13017 August 2012.

The Lean Startup Frenzy

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Dec 29, 2011 5

Is the Lean Startup movement another fad or a real source of value creation? The implications of the latter are extreme. If Lean Startup is a real way to achieve consistent success in new ventures then Eric Ries may have cracked the code toward persistent venture success and ultimately: wealth creation.

Agile 2012 Submissions Now Open

by Craig Smith on  Dec 15, 2011

Submissions are now open for the Agile 2012 conference to be held in Dallas, Texas from August 13-17, 2012. Submissions are open until February 19, 2012.

Scrum Extensions Update - 4th Quarter 2011

by Christopher Goldsbury on  Nov 27, 2011 2

This is the 4th quarter 2011 update of scrum extensions. InfoQ will be looking at proposed and approved extensions each quarter to see how scrum changes and evolves.

Agile 2011 Videos Now Available On New Agile Alliance Learning Center

by Craig Smith on  Nov 15, 2011 5

The Agile Alliance have recently launched a new Learning Center, with the highlight at launch being the availability of keynotes and selected presentations from the Agile 2011 conference.

Agile 2011 In Summary

by Shane Hastie on  Aug 20, 2011 5

A brief summary and overview of the Agile 2011 conference held in Salt Lake City from 8-12 August. This article lists the key facts about the conference and identifies some of the highlights for this reporter. Future articles will expand on the content of a number of the talks.

Agile 2011 Program Announced

by Shane Hastie on  May 28, 2011

The program and structure for Agile 2011 has been announced. The conference runs in Salt Lake City on 8-12 August. There are over 200 sessions across 17 stages, in addition to the keynotes and special events. For the first time there is an Executive Forum running in parallel with the conference, aimed at senior executives helping organizations adopt and scale Agile methodologies.

Agile 2011 Keynote Speakers Anounced

by Shane Hastie on  May 13, 2011

The Agile 2011 organizers have announced the keynote speakers for the conference being held in August at Salt Lake City. Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, Kevin Henney and Linda Rising will deliver keynote talks with three distinctly different focuses.

Agile 2011 Reuniting Manifesto Signatories

by Shane Hastie on  Feb 23, 2011

The Agile 2011 conference organizers have announced that 16 of the 17 original authors of the Agile Manifesto will be reunited at the conference in August to answer questions and share their insights. Signatories will take the stage at a special event on the Monday evening and be available in the Open Jam area over the five days of the conference.

Agile 2011 Submissions Close Soon

by Shane Hastie on  Feb 10, 2011

The final date for session proposals for the Agile 2011 conference is February 14, 2011. With less than one week left now is the time put the finishing touches on proposals and get them into the submission system.

Hearing From Real Customers at Agile 2011

by Shane Hastie on  Jan 05, 2011

The Working with Customers stage at Agile 2011 is looking for stories and submissions from customers of agile teams. The stage explores the interactions between the customer community and Agile development teams, focusing on the non-technology functions as well as the Agile development teams themselves. In this item the stage producers answer questions and appeal to real world customers.

Agile 2010 - Make Stuff People Can Use

by Shane Hastie on  Sep 04, 2010

There were a number of sessions at Agile 2010 focused on usability and user experience. Samantha Starmer from REI presented a session titled "Make stuff people can use" that provided practical advice and pragmatic ideas on bringing usability into agile projects, even when there isn't a usability expert as a member of the team.

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