Agile Mumbai 2008

 
 
  Agile Mumbai 2008 Conference  
  Agile Mumbai 2008 was hosted by Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering, Mumbai on the 28th and 29th March 2008

Agile Mumbai 2008 was the second two day conference in Mumbai. The plan to have only indepth tutorials and workshops from reputed National and International Experts worked very well. We got great feedback from the participants.

The purpose of this conference was to provide indepth experience to participants and to take their knowledge regarding Agile to the next level.

We had over 135 people attending/helping with this conference
  • 1 PhD Student from New Zealand
  • 13 Student Volunteers
  • 110 delegates from Industry
  • 4 International and 7 National Speakers
Target Audience
 
  - Practitioners: who are interested in hands-on tutorials about Agile Practices.  
  - Researchers: who may want to focus on the empirical studies and lessons learned  
  - Educators: looking to teach and learn more about Agile Methods  
   
  This conference was organized by the Agile Software Community of India (ASCI).  
   
  Tutorials and Workshops by Agile practitioners  
  Speaker Lounge to meet and discuss with the speakers  
  Music Jam room to de-stress and energize yourself  
  BoF and other informal group discussions on topics of interest to a particular group  
 
   
  Tutorial Slides are ready for download.  
  Jutta Eckstein, our keynote speaker won't be able to make it to the conference. So we have dropped the keynote and we have a Fish Bowl instead.  
  Conference is over and the registrations are closed.  
  Angela Martin from UK, Ahmed Sidky from USA and Elizabeth Keogh from UK will be presenting at the conference.  
  Final program schedule is up.  
 
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   

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