Friday, April 22, 2011

10th Year Birth Anniversary of Agile


      Between 11th and 13th of February 2001, the lodge at Snowbird ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah gave the space to Agile Manifesto to be born.  The 

17 people at this logde were not merely talking, relaxing and skiing. They were brainstorming about the issues that software developers (including themselves) were facing every day.  The final day took the birth of  Agile Software Development Alliance.


Read the story of Agile Birth here.  

Now after 10 years of  Agile invention, Alistair Cockburn  had organized a reunion event.


In addition, 16 out of the 17 signatories will take the stage on Aug 8th at  Agile 2011 Conference.     

During this conference, attendees will enjoy open access to all 17 stages hosting speakers, classes, workshops and special events, plus a stage dedicated to Open Jam: a place for problem solving and collaboration where anyone can convene a session, share questions and quandaries, talk to the experts, demonstrate software and techniques, and experiment with emerging Agile practices and ideas.  

Agile2011 promises a stimulating week of learning, collaborating, brainstorming, and sharing problems and solutions while networking and making valuable connections

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