The Agile on the Bench programme is a one track, one day event. Presenters will not be using slides. Sessions are 15-20mins with 5 mins for questions, we’ll also have plenty of time to chat at the party at the end of the day.
Chris Young & Elco Spong: The customer is always right.
Ilona Brannen: Teaching and learning in this complex technological world.
Rifa Thorpe-Tracey: Working in teams of developers & designers while using techniques learned from Tibetan Buddhist monks in Nepal & Indian gurus.
Cara Bermingham: The importance of testing and validating assumptions with users.
Adian McGuire: How an agile approach was essential to ensure that vital data was available in direct response to the ebola crisis & Nepal earthquake.
Christina Ohanian: Where does a ‘manager’ fit on the axis of evil?
Dan North: Why obsessing about features is killing agile planning.
Dan Ashby: The difficulties of communication through an interactive communication game.
Open session: 5 min talks – anyone can offer to stand up and speak
Party on the campsite
See full session details and speaker bios here