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Agile India 2014 Conference Announced

| by Shane Hastie on Aug 20, 2013. Estimated reading time: 1 minute |

The Agile India 2014 International Conference on Agile and Lean Software Methods will be held in Bangalore from 26 February to 1 March next year.  

Spread over four days, each day has a different theme.  

26th Feb (Wed): Scaling Agile Adoption - Under this theme, practical experience and expert presentations focusing on adopting Agile in organizations of all types and sizes, scaling from single team doing agile to multiple teams, departments and non IT adoption of agile practices. Topics related to changes in organizational structure & policies, auditing process & metrics collected and how performance management is performed will be covered.

 

27th Feb (Thur): Offshore/Distributed Agile - Under this theme, practical experience and expert presentations focusing on Offshore teams, distributed teams either in same time-zone or different time-zones, how CMM requirements affect agile adoption, how does fixed-price projects and outcome based billing models impact agile projects and more.

28th Feb (Fri): Agile Lifecycle - Under this theme, practical experience and expert presentations focusing on the entire lifecycle of a project/product starting from product discovery, project kickoff, release planning, user story mapping, development & testing practices, CI pipelines from development to deployment, measuring feature usage, doing A/B testing and beyond.

1st Mar (Sat): Beyond Agile - Under this theme, practical experience and expert presentations focusing on taking Agile methods to the next level such as Lean Startups for Enterprises, Continuous Delivery, using cloud services such as Iaas or Paas, Programmer Anarchy, Automation in device/embedded software, Agile in mobile development including CI & A/B testing, Challenges in managing generalizing specialists would be encouraged..

A crowdsourced submission system has been opened to allow session proposals to be made and participants to vote on which they want to see in the program. 

The first keynote speaker has been announced - it is Ash Maurya author of Running Lean, who is popular for speaking about "Life’s too short to build something nobody wants".

 

 

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