Agile Portugal 2011
Call for Speakers
Agile Portugal is the premier international conference in Portugal about Agile Software Development and its practices, technologies, attitudes and experiences. Created with both experts and beginners in mind, Agile Portugal is the place where the Portuguese Agile community comes together to exchange and share their experiences about Agile development approaches.
This second edition will take place on 20-22 June, in Porto, Portugal. Right before the city's greatest festivities (S. João), the conference will be a superb backdrop for innovation, discussion and networking with other national and international agilists, bringing together well-known thought leaders, practitioners, and trainers.
You may find out more detailed information at 2011.agilept.org.
• Agile methods: Scrum, Lean, XP, etc
• Agile project management
• Agile coaching
• Testing, TDD, BDD
• Incremental design
• Continuous integration
• Agile documentation
• Refactoring tools and patterns
• Collaborative environments
• and more…
• 24 April: Submissions due
• 7 May: Notifications
• 9 May: Early registration due
• 11 June: Online registration due
• 20–22 June: Agile Portugal Conference days
We want Agile Portugal to be an inclusive event for all agile practitioners and enthusiasts, whether coming from small or large institutions, companies, or academia.
We encourage you to report and share your experience on a topic of your expertise, by submitting a high-quality proposal for one of the following types of sessions:
• Talks — 20min presentations (+5min questions) about a topic of your expertise;
• Lightning talks — 5min presentation, inspiring and innovative;
• Posters — an idea, tool, or research work presented informally and interactively.
We are looking for proposals of 20min talks, about exciting ideas, research projects, experience reports, or lessons learned, from experienced speakers on the relevant topics for the audience of the conference.
If you have something to share about agility to the other participants of the conference (ideas, fears, questions, concerns, etc), you are encouraged to submit a 5min presentation, engage others to follow you, and get immediate feedback about it.
This year's edition will feature a poster track, aimed at presenting in an informal and interactive setting an ongoing or concluded work, be it a tool, prototype, idea, or research. This work does not need to be complete, but should have enough substance to be reviewed.
In addition to the scheduled sessions, Open Space sessions will take place throughout all the conference, providing a live and flexible place to share questions, talk to the experts, demonstrate software and techniques, and experiment with Agile practices and ideas. Its schedule will be defined during the conference, by you and the other participants, and will be continuously evolved as new topics emerge during the event.
Accepted talks and posters will be granted free admission to both days of the event. Accepted lightning-talks will receive an exclusive Agile Portugal gift.
How to submit
Submit a one-page abstract (~400 words, absolute maximum!) to the program committee by April 24th. You will receive a notification by May 7th, inviting you to develop the final version to be presented at the Learn more about how to submit at: http://2011.agilept.org/program/submission
Please visit the website for more information or contact us through the email address cha...@agilept.org.