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Demonstration

A demonstration is a session that shows a tool or technique live in action.

Case Study

A case study captures key elements of a real agile project's story, summarizing what happened on the project and the key learning points. These reports allow practitioners to share their practical advice and guidance with other teams. Generally a case studay will get 45 minute to present. This year submitters will have to submit a 5 to 6 page written report of their experience which will be available via the confernece website.

Experience Report

An experience report captures a specific part of a real agile project's experience, focusing on one specific aspect (practice) and sharing the key learning points. These reports allow practitioners to share their practical advice and guidance with other teams. Generally an experience report is a 20-30 minute presentation which will be combined with other experience reports to complete a 60 or 90 minute session. This year submitters will have to submit a 2 to 3 page written report of their experience which will be available via the confernece website.

Panel

A panel is a moderated discussion, in which small groups of experts present their positions and discuss them with each other and with the audience. Great panels engage panelists with diverse opinions.

Talk

Presentations on non-commercial agile topics that do not fit into the categories of tutorial, workshop, experience report, or research.

Tutorial

Tutorials are instructor-led interactive 60-90 minute classes designed to provide participants with practical, hands-on knowledge they can use right away on Agile projects. Tutorials have clear learning objectives that focus on teaching specific skills or techniques.

Workshop

A workshop is an opportunity for conference attendees to learn from each other about a relevant topic, generate ideas that expand a new technique or practice, or brainstorm ideas for the next new “thing”. The format might be a workshop, a peer-to-peer session, a goldfish bowl, a think tank, a simulation, or whatever creative idea you have to get people thinking and discussing. In a workshop, participants learn from each other, as well as from the session leader. Resulting knowledge is transferred to the larger community. Workshop summaries are published as post-proceedings on the conference site.

Others

If your idea for a session does not fit any of the above then select session type Other making sure that you explain what type of session you are proposing in the session details.

Learn from Experts

Thanks to Martin Fowler, Dave Thomas, Ash Mauyra, Todd Little, Ryan Martens, Dean Leffingwell, Jez Humble, Arlo Belshee, Corey Haines, Lyssa Adkins, Michael Norton, Pramod Sadalage, Michael Spayd and many other Agile/Lean/Patterns Thought Leaders for making Agile India 2014 a great success!

This Conference offered:

25th Feb - 1st March: 9 Paid Workshops

26th Feb (Wed): Scaling Agile Adoption

27th Feb (Thur): Offshore/Distributed Agile

28th Feb (Fri): Agile Lifecycle

1st Mar (Sat): Beyond Agile

Choose from 3 Parallel Tracks, Workshop or 1:1 Coaching


Lightning Talks

Have an idea to share? An experience to describe? A passion to spread?
Submit your lightning talk proposals today via our online form.


Attendees Profile

1236 Attendees from 28 different countries, belonging to 226 different companies and playing 342 different roles. Get the complete Agile India 2014 Delegate Profile.


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