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Agile Tour Philadelphia (Usa)

Monday Oct. 7, 2013, 12:30pm-4:30pm at EbayEnterprise (previously GSI Commerce) in King of Prussia

Registration is now open at our website

This is your chance to meet with both Agile experts and local practitioners. The event is nominally priced to keep the no-shows away

-- Previous years this event was fully booked in advance, so RSVP at the Agilephilly website soon. You must register at the AgilePhilly website to RSVP for this meeting. --


Hands-on plus soft-skills!

Finger Food and Snacks

Open Space Discussions

High-paced and dynamic, the day's event will be run with four parallel tracks.

Two tracks will be for Open Space and Q & A discussions in the large meeting area, while

Two tracks will be in-depth presentations from local and national speakers.

Upon conclusion of the two hour talks, we will have a keynote talk to conclude the night.

Speakers and Practitioners Who Will Take the Stage:

The timeline and topics are below:

12:40 to 1:10 pm - finger food laid out, perhaps in one of the training rooms

1:10 to 2:10 pm - choice of 4 tracks

  • Simulation - Daniel Vacanti, Corporate Kanban .com = Part 1 Kanban (cafeteria)
  • Simulation - Andre Dhondt, Dhondt Teams Gel = The Snowflake Exercise (cafeteria)
  • Startup Track – David Bulkin, LitheSpeed = Introduction to the use of ATDD/BDD and HDD to Drive Business Results
  • Core Value Track – Damon Poole, Eliassen = Splitting User Stories

    2:10 to 2:20 pm - mingle time

    2:20 to 3:20 pm - Panel of Experts in the main meeting room (cafeteria)

    3:20 to 3:35 pm - mingle time

    3:35 to 4:35 pm - choice of 4 tracks

  • Simulation - Daniel Vacanti, Corporate Kanban .com = Part 2 Kanban (cafeteria)
  • OpenSpace Fishbowl - continuing discussions about Management Problems of Agile (cafeteria)
  • Startup Track - Stephen Frein , Comcast Dir of QA, Drexel Univ = 5 misconceptions about Agile
  • Core Value Track - Thomas Cagley, David Consulting = When Good Numbers Go Bad