Re: CFP for Agile Roots, June 14-16, Salt Lake City, UT
- Hint: I expect this agile-usability list to be our best source of speakers for this year's Agile Roots which is themed around products/users. We really, really want to hear from you!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "utahkay" <utahkay@...> wrote:
> We're drawn to Agile methods not just because they help us build acceptable software quickly. More importantly, Agile methods inspire and enable us to build _great_ software: products that capture users' imaginations, succeed in the market, and create value for us and our customers over a long life.
> We're putting together an Agile Roots program towards that end. We have keynote commitments from Luke Hohmann and Jeff Patton, whom we believe are on the leading edge of value creation in the software process. We still have plenty of room for talks, workshops, and other sessions and we hope you have something to share!
> We're interested in anything you think brings value and joy to the software creation process, from the deeply technical, to product and portfolio strategy, to the philosophical. How do _you_ build great software?
> Please visit http://www.agileroots.com/submissions for more details on how to join us as a speaker this year.
> The Agile Roots Team
> Nate Jones
> Andrew Shafer
> Kay Johansen