Agile France is a two-day conference focused on Agile and Scrum that takes place in Paris. It presents Agile practices, discusses their limitations and explore new approaches. All the presentations are in French.
Its increasingly common that Agile software development teams are distributed across multiple offices, in different countries, all working remotely on the same product or project. But how do you make this work well? There seem to be a number of readily accepted tenants of conventional wisdom to help deal with leading distributed teams, from seeming good ideas “teams must be co-located” to ones that are purely economic “offshore teams can be run at a far lower cost”.
SoCraTes UK is an International Software Craftsmanship retreat for open-minded craftspeople and agile software developers in Great Britain and abroad who want to improve their craft and the software industry as a whole. It’s a great opportunity to speak to and code with many like-minded and talented developers. The conference itself is free.
Metrics are an important part of the Agile software development approaches like Scrum. They are however, like velocity, more often focus on the performance of the delivery team. What about the customers? In this article, Fabio Gasparri discusses Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that will matter for the clients.
ScrumImpulz is a one-day conference focused on the Scrum approach for Agile project management that takes place in Slovakia. Local and international experts share their practical experience about the adoption of Agile approaches in software development projects in talks and workshops.
Agile and Beyond is a two-day conference focused on Agile software development and Scrum project management that takes place in Detroit, Michigan. It aims at taking together software developers, designers, product owners and executives for workshops and presentations focused on Agile and Lean processes like Scrum.
Mile High Agile is a conference produced by volunteers from Agile Denver that provides an opportunity to share knowledge and experiences in Agile software development and Scrum project management for agile novices, intermediates and experts, technical professionals, team leaders, managers, executives, and organizational change leaders.