Agile India 2013 Conference Program: Initial Thoughts

Most probably the conference will be held on 13th-16th Feb 2013 (4 Days.)

Meet Craig Larman, Mary Poppendieck, Rebecca Parsons, David Hussman, Fred George, Jeff Patton, Jez Humble, Linda Rising, Neal Ford, Venkat Subramaniam and many other Agile Thought Leaders…

A draft conference program outline is now available.

The Conference program is broken down into 2 parts:

  • First 2 days (Wed-Thur):
    • Agile and Outsourcing
    • Agile Product Management
    • Coaching and Mentoring
    • Culture, People and Teams
    • Enterprise Agile
    • Leadership and Org Transformation
    • Lean Principles and Practices
    • Lean Startup
    • Targeted at CxO, Executives, Managers & POs.
  • Last 2 days (Fri-Sat):
    • Agile Development Practices
    • Agile Testing and Quality Assurance
    • Coaching and Mentoring
    • Craftsmanship
    • DevOps
    • Lean Startup
    • Mobile Development
    • User Experience
    • Targeted at Testers, Developers, BAs, Architects, Designers & Dev-Ops.

The conference will feature 4 Parallel tracks, Paid Workshop & Tutorials, Paid 1:1 Coaching, Open Space and Lightning talks.

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About Naresh Jain

Naresh Jain is an internationally recognized Technology & Product Development Expert. Over the last decade, he has helped streamline the product development practices at many Fortune 500 companies like Google, Amazon, HP, Siemens Medical, GE Energy, Schlumberger, EMC, CA Technologies, to name a few clients. These days, he is more focused on engineering excellence and product innovation. In a nutshell, hire him as a consultant/mentor, if your entire organization wants to move beyond the Agile and Lean mindset. Naresh is leading two tech-startups, which build tablet-based adaptive educational apps for kids, conference management software and social-media search tool. His startups are trying to figure out the secret sauce for blending gamification and social learning using the latest gadgets. Naresh founded the Agile Software community of India, a registered non-profit society to evangelize Agile, Lean and other Light-weight Software Development methods in India. Naresh is responsible for conceptualizing, creating and organizing 50+ Software conferences worldwide.
  • Looking forward to 2013! I am sure this time it will exceed expectations just like last year! 🙂 Cheers!!!PS: How do I submit Session Proposal? Is there any email address or online forms?