Posts Tagged: Conferences

Non-profit Agile conference in Brussels

After a great 1st edition last year, Agile Tour Brussels 2013 will take place on September, 27 in Belgium. Registration is open and the Program is available on the website http://www.atbru.be. At Agile Tour Brussels, there will be both local and

Non-profit Agile conference in Brussels

After a great 1st edition last year, Agile Tour Brussels 2013 will take place on September, 27 in Belgium. Registration is open and the Program is available on the website http://www.atbru.be. At Agile Tour Brussels, there will be both local and

Viva Agile and Lean Europe 2012

From 29 to 31 August, the second edition of the ALE unconference will take place in Barcelona.  Because there seems to be a lot less buzz around the event, compared to last year, I thought I could contribute my bit.

Viva Agile and Lean Europe 2012

From 29 to 31 August, the second edition of the ALE unconference will take place in Barcelona.  Because there seems to be a lot less buzz around the event, compared to last year, I thought I could contribute my bit.

The new hype in software development

Last week I visited Gothenburg, Sweden for the first Software Passion Summit.  I was invited to speak at this brand new event. As with all new conferences, their tends to be a special atmosphere in the air.  Curious tension, enthusiasm,

The new hype in software development

Last week I visited Gothenburg, Sweden for the first Software Passion Summit.  I was invited to speak at this brand new event. As with all new conferences, their tends to be a special atmosphere in the air.  Curious tension, enthusiasm,

Variation in software estimation

Last week I visited Warsaw, Poland for the first edition of Agile By Example. The organization did a great job setting up this conference.  For instance, they opened a call for solutions on their website, where people could list the

Variation in software estimation

Last week I visited Warsaw, Poland for the first edition of Agile By Example. The organization did a great job setting up this conference.  For instance, they opened a call for solutions on their website, where people could list the

Confessions of an ALE2011 attendee

Last week I went to Berlin for the very first Agile Lean Europe conference. ALE2011 was one of the many ideas that originated during the World Café session hosted by Jurgen Appelo during XP2011 in Madrid.  As I’m a lazy fellow, I

Confessions of an ALE2011 attendee

Last week I went to Berlin for the very first Agile Lean Europe conference. ALE2011 was one of the many ideas that originated during the World Café session hosted by Jurgen Appelo during XP2011 in Madrid.  As I’m a lazy fellow, I

Agile Retrospectives Anti-Patterns

During our XP2011 tutorial, Pat and me facilitated a fishbowl, followed by a brainwriting exercise. Because we needed a subject we could all relate to, we decided to discuss retrospective anti-patterns during the fishbowl. I recorded each anti-pattern that was

Agile Retrospectives Anti-Patterns

During our XP2011 tutorial, Pat and me facilitated a fishbowl, followed by a brainwriting exercise. Because we needed a subject we could all relate to, we decided to discuss retrospective anti-patterns during the fishbowl. I recorded each anti-pattern that was

ACE conference revisited

Last week I attended the Agile Central Europe conference in Krakow, Poland. This is a new conference, being organized for the second time. I was happy to get my session proposal accepted and be part of the program and it

ACE conference revisited

Last week I attended the Agile Central Europe conference in Krakow, Poland. This is a new conference, being organized for the second time. I was happy to get my session proposal accepted and be part of the program and it

Conference season madness

It is conference season again, lot’s of exciting places to visit, sessions to attend and people to meet! So many options, so little time & budget.  Madness, I tell you! Let me share my list of favourites with you: Agile

Conference season madness

It is conference season again, lot’s of exciting places to visit, sessions to attend and people to meet! So many options, so little time & budget.  Madness, I tell you! Let me share my list of favourites with you: Agile