PORTLAND, Ore., June 1, 2011 – The Agile Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the advancement of Agile software development principles and practices, today announced the full conference program for Agile 2011 has been set and is available for review at http://agile2011.agilealliance.org/program/. The Agile2011 conference will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Agile Manifesto with the most comprehensive schedule of sessions, workshops and keynotes set for Aug. 8-12 in Salt Lake City.
“This year’s conference includes more than 250 sessions to choose from, ranging from introductory to very advanced topics, that will help practitioners and organizations harness the value of Agile software development,” said Todd Little, Agile2011 conference chair. “The excitement around the 10-year anniversary of the Agile Manifesto has brought out the best in terms of presentation content. There were nearly 1000 sessions submitted and the community review process has resulted in a very strong program. Agile development has clearly moved into the mainstream as organizations have learned to expand Agile practices beyond small teams and across the entire enterprise.”
Agile2011 offers multiple ‘stages’ to attract audiences with different interests. The stages within the program are proven to provide participants with a focused area of interest while offering attendees a wide choice of topics to choose from. Agile2011 will host a number of exciting and beneficial states including: Adoption and Transformation, Agile Boot Camp, Business and Project Management, Coaching and Mentoring, Collaboration, Development Practices, Languages and Techniques, Enterprise Agile, Hands-On Learning, Insights – Experience Reports, Leadership, Testing and Quality Assurance and User Experience and Interaction Design.
Agile 2011 aims to connect attendees with the foremost leaders in the Agile domain, enriching the collective body of knowledge and influencing the line of thought in the field. It encourages debate and fosters innovative ideas based on real-world implementations for executives, managers, software development practitioners and researchers from labs and academia.
For more information on Agile2011, visit http://agile2011.agilealliance.org/speaker-info/.
About the Agile Alliance
The Agile Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the concepts of Agile software development, as outlined in the http://www.agilemanifesto.org/. With nearly 6,000 members located around the globe, the Agile Alliance is driven by the principles of Agile methodologies and the value delivered to developers, organizations and end users. The Agile Alliance organizes the annual Agile Conference, the industry’s leading event that attracts practitioners, academia, business and vendor-partner community members from around the globe. The Agile 2011 conference http://agile2011.agilealliance.org/ is scheduled for August 8-12 in Salt Lake City. For more information about the organization, visit http://www.agilealliance.org/.