April 29 – May 1, 2020 | Hilton Columbus Downtown | Columbus, OH, USA
Attend deliver:Agile 2020
Here we focus on the doing, the building, and the creating.
Explore the emerging and growing set of Agile Engineering practices.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
There is a wealth of new Agile tools, techniques, patterns, and practices. At deliver:Agile 2020, you’ll learn how to best support and evolve your Agile engineering behaviors and habits in light of these new capabilities and emerging technologies.
Agile is now a multidisciplinary field that includes Developers and QA, UX Designers, Infrastructure Engineers, Data Scientists, Cloud Specialists, and more.
Practitioners from all involved disciplines will gather April 29 – May 1 in Columbus, Ohio to address advances, new challenges and new directions, learn from world-class experts, and practice our craft together.
The 3-day event is built around 3 themes and will explore topics such as:
- New and updated core Agile development practices
- The integration of user experience (UX) principles
- Advances in testing practices and automation
- The evolution of tools and techniques that bridge development, deployment, security, and operations
- The growing importance of data and intelligence across the entire spectrum of activities
Join us at deliver:Agile 2020 and immerse yourself in this deeply engaging experience which unites software engineering and architectural ideas under the umbrella of Agile thinking.
Core Technical Practices
Topics such as test driven development, refactoring, and infrastructure as code
The good software engineering practices that developers use every day to build robust, quality software. For those new to Agile Engineering and those wanting to refresh or expand their core skills.
Team Technical Practices
Topics such as continuous integration, collective code ownership, mob and pair programming, Lean UX, behavior driven development (BDD), continuous delivery, and automated deployment to cloud infrastructures
The interdisciplinary practices that support teams in building great software by increasing flow, communication quality, and team effectiveness.
Technical Practices at the Organizational Level
Topics such as A/B testing and experimentation, data analytics, DevOps and repeatable deployments, system-wide monitoring, security, and continuous deployment
The fact that technology, and the software behind it, is at the core of every business organization requires a new set of technical practices. This entire field is ripe for discussion, learning, and advancement because there are the most unknowns and challenges here.