Agile Development Conference June25-28, 2003 Salt Lake City, USA

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"Agile development is an attitude, fitted with selected policies and techniques. It is achieved by the sponsors, managers, and developers, jointly.

This conference is an integrated, 4-day conversation about those attitudes, policies, techniques; about both development and management; accessing the latest thinking and bridging communities that rarely get a proper chance to exchange thoughts." Alistair Cockburn, conference chair.

"Agile Software Development is an emerging and dynamic discipline. The overriding objective of the Agile Development 2003 Conference is to spread knowledge about the state-of-the-art in Agile Development practices and provide a forum for advancing the state of the art.

The conference will accomplish this objective by providing a forum for the following:

  • Create a sense of community in the Agile Development movement
  • Share experiences and research across disciplines
  • Welcome new members to the world of Agile Development
  • Consolidate data about Agile Development to aid future research and implementation"

I'll be presenting a half-day tutorial: Inside Feature Driven Development (T6) and I'm also on the panel for the goldfish bowl: Introducing Agile Practices (E13). I hope to see some of you there.