It’s that time of year again. Time to submit proposals to the Agile Alliance’s annual conference. This year’s event will take place in July in Atlanta and promises to be a full week of jam-packed learning.
I’ve been going to the annual Agile conference for many years now, and been part of its planning for the last few. This year I am pleased to report that I am the program chair for the technical tracks at Agile 2016 and this means I am looking for you, oh developer who thinks of what they do as post-agile.
Although there are numerous learning opportunities at Agile 2016 including dozens of topic areas, I like to focus on what started the conversation in the first place: Delivering elegant software in a timely manner with high quality and satisfied customers. That’s why I am pleased to be soliciting sessions in the following areas:
- Development Practices and Craftsmanship
- Testing and Quality Assurance
These certainly aren’t the only things learn about at Agile 2016. The Agile conference is the biggest of its kind in the world and attracts presenters and attendees from all over the globe. Although registration is ready and open, this isn’t a call for attendance. This is a call for participation.
I have never left an annual Agile conference without a new bag of tricks that I want to try for myself, my team, or my company. I invite you to the fray.