– Reviews of former speakers, attendants on social media etc.
We’ve set the events in chronological order and the number from 1 to 10 indicate their importance (in our humble opinion).
Topconf Linz is an international software conference interesting for Developers, Product owners & managers, Architects, Project Managers, Methods and Process Experts. Quite well-known authors, experts, and practitioners across various areas of software development are going to be speaking at the event.
Join if you want to know about the innovation occurring in the Java, Mobile,.Net, OpenSource, Lean/Agile, Project Management, Architecture, New Languages & Process communities.
With lots of positive reviews from last year of the conference, loyal twitter audience, and an impressive lineup this is a very exciting event for developers, managers, operation teams, PMs and C-level folks. The peers from such places like Uber, Twitter and Google are going to cover a lot of topics across IT (including the approaches and frameworks) in 18 editorial tracks during three days of the conference.
We already mentioned this conference last year. Since then it has managed to grow its audience, attract real world-changers as keynote speakers and improve on organizational levels according to the review of the last year attendants. This year the topic evolves around Agile management and attracts the managers in development, operations, HR from all around the world. The conference looks more like a series of mini workshops and case studies rather than boring long speeches. We especially appreciate the content of agile methodology for non-development teams as that’s what we incorporate for many of our clients.
Where: London, UK
When: April 27
The summit focuses predominantly on one topic: how microservices and dockers can support new architecture necessary for DevOps implementation. The old way of doing things in terms of architecture just slows down the speed of delivery initiated by DevOps approach, that is why the global minds will gather together and change how organizations function on that end to optimize the processes even more. Sounds exciting, right?
This event is great for both people who are already hooked by Atlassian tools and can’t imagine a working day without JIRA and teams that are just striving to succeed (that makes you and us). Hurry up while early bird passes are still available!
The 7th annual Ace conference will take place in Krakow, Poland and will traditionally focus on two subjects-tracks: “Building software better” and ” Building better products”. This Agile conference is the largest in Central Europe and even this fact only should attract the visitors interested in Lean, Agile, Scrum, and Kanban. This conference is also the one where you can bring your whole team as there’s some content for testing engineers, UX designers, operations team, and event marketers.
The conference is all about embracing new techniques and approaches and staying flexible to stay successful. No matter which best practice or a combination of them you utilize, the importance of CSI is not under question. The organizers pledge to uncover all the potential risks and obstacles on the way to continuous improvement and contemplate on how we can overcome them. High-class consultants are going to dive in into DevOps and Agile success metrics that are essential to Continuous Delivery.
BTW, the blog of the conference is currently up and running, where the opinion leaders share their experience and break-throughs (keeping the best for the conference, of course).
When: September 28-30
Where: Churchill College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
For the 8th time, this small conference will gather real practitioners of Agile movement who will learn from the peers and from the leaders of the industry. The conference focuses on hands-on experience and attracts Agile-minded folks and decision-makers who want to support their success with agile and lean methods. If you decide to come you are promised three days of inspiring keynotes from the practitioners working on the front line of the IT industry.
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