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AgilePalooza is coming to the Washington, DC area June 18th

06.10.2010
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AgilePalooza is an agile community event that will feature 2 tracks:

  • Learning Agility
  • Advancing Agility

You get a full day of agile education from internationally recognized Agile coaches, trainers and industry leaders, including:

  • Sanjiv Augustine (Lithespeed)
  • Bob Payne (Lithespeed & Electroglide)
  • Ian Culling (VersionOne CTO)
  • Lee Cunningham (VersionOne Agile Coach)


Learn more and register at www.AgilePalooza.com/Washington2010.

Space is limited. Register now and save $20 with promo code VOne - that's only $69 for a full day agile conference including lunch!

About the Learning Agility Track

If you are new to agile, sign up for the Learning Agility track. This is a presentation style track with each speaker giving talks targeted to those new to agile. From the 'case for agile methods' to user centered design and agile engineering, you will get great foundational learning in this track.

 

About the Advancing Agility Track

If you are a current practitioner and have some experience (or lots), sign up for the Advancing Agility track where you will be able to engage in sessions with your peers, conference speakers and special guests. The Advancing Agility track is Open Space where all participants can propose and convene interactive sessions. There will also be a presentation after lunch by Sanjiv Augustine on scaling agile to the enterprise. Speakers will propose sessions in each time slot with topics ranging from technical debt, agile engineering practices and user centered design. If you have never taken part in an open space event you will not be disappointed. You can learn more about open space technology here.


Where is it happening?
The event is taking place at the Tysons Corner Marriott in Vienna, VA. For a map and directions to the event click here.

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