Agile 2015: Call for Speaker Submissions

| by Ben Linders Follow 25 Followers on Dec 18, 2014. Estimated reading time: 1 minute |

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:

Here's your opportunity to speak at Agile2015, the industry's leading Agile conference. We invite leaders in Agile development to submit their best session proposals for peer review. It is best to submit proposals as early as possible as competition is intense for the speaking slots available. Early submissions may benefit from additional time for review and feedback.

We encourage Agile development experts, authors and practitioners to submit their best proposals. The relationships made, support received, and knowledge gained provide an enriching and long-lasting experience for both attendees and speakers that foster both individual success and the collective advancement of the industry.

The Agile 2015 conference will be held August 3-7 in Washington D.C. The conference program consists of talks, workshops, keynotes, and special events, with tracks covering topics about people, process at scale, technical and some special topics. Registration for the conference is open:

Agile Developers, Executives, Teams, Managers, Coaches and Consultants all come to our annual conference each year to learn from world-class experts and thought leaders that share their passion.

Our Conference Program offers an extraordinary wealth of knowledge and expertise is designed to help you successfully evolve and extend your Agile success.

The speakers information overview explains how you can submit a proposal and provides suggestions for writing proposals. There is a separate feedback and evaluation process. As a speaker you will get feedback on your proposals to refine them, when you feel that a proposal is ready then you can submit it for evaluation.

To stimulate interaction between practitioners and researchers Agile 2015 also has a research track. The conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE.

The agile 2014 conference has been covered by InfoQ with articles, news and interviews. InfoQ will be a media sponsor of Agile 2015 and will be recording interviews at the conference.

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