Registration is open!
Our event has grown! AgileCamp is now in Dallas and Silicon Valley.
Each event will have its own original schedule and education tracks. If you wish to participate in this popular and growing event featuring some of the most Agile minds in the world today, please register now. Teams are welcome!
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Who attends AgileCamps?
AgileCamp attracts professionals from various disciplines and levels who are interested in Agile techniques and gather to listen, learn, discuss and teach practices that help businesses succeed. Moreover, a large majority of our attendees will be from technology companies such as eBay, PayPal, Yahoo!, Cisco, LinkedIn, StubHub, Ericsson, HP, Comcast, Twitter, Facebook, Salesforce, Symantec, Oracle, Visa, and many more.
A team of dedicated and experienced Agile coaches and practitioners are working together and committed to providing a high quality conference for the 300+ professionals are expected to attend.
What is AgileCamp?
AgileCamp is an event bringing together the Silicon Valley Agile community for a day filled with learning in Agile and Lean practices.
Led by the Silicon Valley’s leading agile experts, this is one of the largest, most exciting Agile gatherings in the Silicon Valley. Our objective is to bring together Agilists, from novices to experts, and advance Agile knowledge to the community.
- Novices – educate the basics of Agile and Lean
- Practitioners – extend their understanding, skills, and tools
- Experts – offer an opportunity to teach others and advance coaching skills
- Executives – enable them with tools to build an Agile strategy for their company
The first AgileCamp in 2013.
2014 Agile Sessions Hosted by Bratton & Company
Want to know what attending AgileCamp is like? Check out these videos featuring some of the amazing Agile leaders who have spoken at our events!
Disruptive Leadership: The Power of Scrum featuring Jeff Sutherland
Dr. Jeff Sutherland is one of the inventors of the Scrum software development process, CEO at Scrum, Inc., and author of Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time.
Hosted by Bratton & Company and Sponsored by the Silicon Valley Agile Leadership Network
AgileCamp 2014, Track 5:
“Getting Things Done with Agile & Lean”
Visual Roadmapping with Kanban
This Session was presented by Mahesh Singh at AgileCamp 2014.
Takeaways from this Session were:
- A typical roadmap planning/ pruning process
- The challenges of managing the roadmap using traditional tools
- Using Kanban board(s) to manage high level themes and detailed requirements/user stories
- Some practical advice on keeping things simple