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Agile 2009, "Tools for Agility" Stage: Call For Papers

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  • Michael Hüttermann
    **** Call For Papers**** ** *Agile 2009 - Making Agile a Reality* Chicago USA, August 24 to 28, 2009 http://www.agile2009.org/ * Tools for Agility Track*
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      **** Call For Papers****
      **
      *Agile 2009 - Making Agile a Reality*
      Chicago USA, August 24 to 28, 2009
      http://www.agile2009.org/

      *"Tools for Agility" Track*
      Producer: Michael H�ttermann, Training and Consulting
      Assistant: John Smart, Wakaleo Consulting
      http://www.agile2009.org/tools

      The first value pair of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development
      states "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools". This
      means that tools have their value even in lightweight agile development
      models. But in Agile development, the tools should serve the developer,
      not the inverse. Using the right tools right can increase productivity
      and accelerate communication and transparency enormously.

      The first value pair of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development
      states "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools". This
      means that tools have their value even in lightweight agile development
      models. But in Agile development, the tools should serve the developer,
      not the inverse. Using the right tools right can increase productivity
      and accelerate communication and transparency enormously. We are
      especially looking for submissions for Agile 2009 (Chicago, Aug 26-29)
      that discuss:

      * Tools for estimation, planning and task tracking
      * Tools for requirement gathering and tracking and story management
      * Tools for Continuous Integration
      * Tools for Test Driven Development and Behaviour Driven Development
      * Tools for improving code quality (e.g. code quality and code
      coverage tools)
      * Tools for facilitating collaborative code reviews
      * Tools for Version Control Systems
      * Tools for Build and Integration Management
      * Tools for component tests and functional tests
      * Tools for testing web applications and rich clients
      * Tools and domain specific languages
      * Extraordinary tools and new ways using traditional tools
      * Experience reports about introduction of tools, transition to
      tools and similar
      * Empiric and academic research about using tools in agile software
      development
      * Sophisticated tools for enriching agile development process & team
      motivation like Coffee or Cake ;-)

      We prefer submissions discussing not only a tool itself but also show
      how to use the tool in an agile way. Especially smart integrations of
      different tools are welcome. Plain marketing product promotion sessions
      will not be considered.

      The following information should be part of your submission. The better
      the understanding we get from your proposal, the better your chances are
      to be included into the program.

      * Presentation Title
      * Presentation Description -- a brief summary
      * Presentation Outline -- the structure of your session
      * Session Learning Objectives -- What messages are you communicating
      to the attendees?
      * Presentation Format -- Experience Report, Talk, Tutorial, Research
      Paper, Panel Discussion or other
      * Audience Level -- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Guru
      * Presentation Delivered Before -- If you have delivered this
      session before, please note it here
      * References attesting former presentations, presentation style and
      skills
      * Presenter Biography -- Some sentences about yourself


      *Stages
      * Agile Adoption
      Agile Frontier
      Agile & Organizational Culture
      Agile Product Management
      Coaching
      Customers & Business Value
      Developer Jam
      Distributed Agile
      Leadership & Teams
      Live Aid
      Main Stage
      Manifesting Agility
      New to Agile
      Open Jam
      Research
      Telling Our Stories
      Testing
      Tools for Agility
      User Experience



      --
      Michael H�ttermann
      Java Champion, Consultant, Author, Tutor
      SCJA - SCJP - SCJD - SCWCD

      Sun Java Champion | https://java-champions.dev.java.net
      Community Leader | http://community.java.net/jugs/
      JUGC Organisator | http://jugcologne.org
      JetBrains Academy Board | http://www.jetbrains.com/devnet/

      mail: michael@...
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      Book: Agile Java-Entwicklung in der Praxis ISBN: 978-3897214828









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