|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 09:00 PM EDT||
Agile Singapore today announced speakers, Call for Papers and opened registration for this year's Agile Singapore Conference, taking place this November. As the software industry continues to change, more than ever, companies and individuals need to evolve and adapt - be agile - if they are to have a competitive edge. The conference will offer perspectives on agility in software teams, software organisations and beyond. Participants will have the opportunity to mingle with and benefit from the vast experience of industry experts.
Speakers will address a wide range of topics which will be arranged into three tracks: Technology, Organisation and Practices. The tracks will be delivered as talks and workshops with an open space for participants to discuss their pressing issues.
The three day event will be held at Marina Bay Sands from 12 - 14 Nov.
Once again, the conference brings a selection of renowned international
experts to Singapore. The current list of announced speakers include:
Linda Rising, Co-author of "Fearless Change" and international speaker relating to patterns
Rachel Davies, Co-author of the first book on "Agile Coaching"
Evelyn Tian, Lean and Agile Head Coach for Ericsson Communications Asia-Pacific
Kevlin Henney, Editor of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know
Michael Feathers, Author of "Working Effectively with Legacy Code"
Bas Vodde, Co-author of LeSS (Large Scale Scrum) and Lean Product Development Expert
Early bird ticket sales are now open and can be purchased at https://agilesg2014.gevme.com/
Call for papers is now open. Interested speakers please contact [email protected]
For more information about the program and our speakers, please visit: http://2014.agilesingapore.org/
Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AgileSingapore) and Twitter (@agilesgorg). The hashtag for this event is #AgileSG.
For more information about Agile Singapore please visit http://2014.agilesingapore.org/about.html.
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