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ADC2004 Call for Experience Reports

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  • Andy Pols
    CALL FOR EXPERIENCE REPORTS Agile Development Conference 2004 Salt Lake City, Utah, June 25-26, 2004
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 28, 2003
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      CALL FOR EXPERIENCE REPORTS

      Agile Development Conference 2004
      Salt Lake City, Utah, June 25-26, 2004
      http://agiledevelopmentconference.com/experiencereports.html

      The Agile Development Conference (ADC) is an integrated, 4-day
      conversation
      about techniques and technologies, attitudes and policies, research and
      experience,
      the management and development sides of agile software development. The
      agile approach focuses on delivering business value early in the project
      lifetime and being able to incorporate late breaking requirements
      changes
      by accentuating the use of rich, informal communication channels and
      frequent
      delivery of running, tested systems, and attending to the human
      component of
      software development.

      The Agile Development Conference gives attendees access to the latest
      thinking
      in this domain and bridges communities that rarely get a proper chance
      to
      exchange ideas and thoughts, bringing together researchers from labs and
      academia with executives, managers, and developers in the trenches of
      software development. The Agile Development Conference is not about a
      single methodology or approach, but rather provides a forum for the
      exchange
      of information regarding all agile development technologies.

      Do you have an interesting Agile project experience that you would like
      to share
      with fellow agile professionals? If so, we invite you to share your
      knowledge
      by submitting an Experience Reports for the 2004 Agile Development
      Conference. Experience Reports contain first-hand information and
      reflection,
      offering valuable knowledge gained through hands-on experience in real
      projects. Experience Reports may present a view of what works, what
      doesn�t,
      and why, in employing agile methods in software development projects.

      We are particularly interested in techniques you have employed to push
      the
      envelope of current agile thinking.

      A shepherding process is in place to provide assistance and support to
      presenters.

      Authors are invited to submit experience report proposals via the
      conference web site:
      http://agiledevelopmentconference.com/experienceReports.html

      Check out http://agiledevelopmentconference.com/index.html for some of
      the rave
      reviews from last years conference.

      Cheers
      Andy Pols

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