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Registration opened

Registration for AgilePrague 2015 opened! Be fast to get one of Super Early bird registrations. Also check workshop with Vasco Duarte on #NoEstimates.

Conference tutorial: Vasco Duarte #NoEstimates

This year we are organizing one day tutorial next to the conference on September, Wednesday 16. We invited Vasco Duarte to share insights with #NoEstimates - How to improve software development predictability and profitability by focusing on what matters. 

Registration and First Speakers

Agile Prague Conference 2015 registration starts on mid-March, don't miss our first 15 super early bird registrations! 

In addition, this year you can look forward to one day conference workshops with Vasco Duarte and David Hussman right after the conference.

Looking for Speakers 2015

Agile Prague 2015 is looking for speakers. Be fast to get the first program review round at the end of March. 

Submit your proposal here or see more details at speaker's section.

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Sjerk Van Riel - Agile @ European Institutions

Sjerk Van Riel /Belgium/

Sjerk Van Riel /Belgium/, being involved in tailored software development projects for over 13 years, has always understood the crucial role that the customer - the business - plays in order to achieve successful high quality projects.

Becoming more and more aware of the necessity of continuous business involvement, flexibility, iteration based management approaches and the importance of test driven designs, Sjerk has introduced agile principles and scrum methodologies into projects and organizations.

Besides participations in software projects as scrum master or scrum product owner, Sjerk provides consultancy on efficient business involvement.

 

LinkedIn profilehttp://www.linkedin.com/in/sjerkvanriel

Slides: PragueConference-Sjerk-VanRiel

 

Agile @ European Institutions ?

(talk with Andrej Zachar)

“Agile” and “public sector”? It sounds like cats and dogs, doesn't it?

Nevertheless never say it is impossible.

We would like to witness a case study of cooperation with a European institution evolving from traditional methodologies into an agile approach, but with respect of the type of organization.

The positive feedback we got from ICT and business, now acts like an 'agile' microbe entering other European and (Belgian) federal institutions!

Yes, it is possible! And it is fun!