Ramada Hotel, 8-9 April 2016, Kiev, UkraineRegistration
“Agileee” stands for Agile Eastern Europe and is an annual and by fact the largest and most well-known Agile conference in the Eastern European.
The first Agileee was held in September 2009. Its success was then exceeded by next Agileee held in October 2010, in September 2011, in October 2012, in October 2013 and in March 2015. All the conferences were held in Kyiv (a.k.a. Kiev), Ukraine, which is nicely placed and easily reached to be a hub for Eastern European agilists.More
All the conferences were held in Kyiv (a.k.a. Kiev), Ukraine, which is nicely placed and easily reached to be a hub for Eastern European agilists
Business analyst, coach, executive, developer, first-timer, IT engineer, practitioner, product owner, manager, team lead, tester
Speakers from all over the world, а well-known industry professionals from U.S, Canada and Western Europe
161 speakers from all over the world, а well-known industry professionals from U.S, Canada and Western Europe
Francois Bachmann is a Lean & Agile Trainer and Coach with more than 20 years of experience in software development, both in traditional and agile contexts.
Training and coaching teams from various business domains (industry, financial services, telecom, software products, sports, administration) since 2003, he has been helping companies in Switzerland and across Europe improve their efficiency with various flavors of Agile Project Management. His customers particularly appreciate the practical, results-oriented approach he shares as coach, trainer and speaker.
Francois has been working as a Software Methodologist for skyguide, the Swiss Air Traffic Control company, since 2012.
Zuzi has over 15 years of commercial experiences in IT, beginning as a software designer/engineer and moving up into project management, program management, and into executive management at a company provides SW services for international customers (USA, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, …) that operating in mission critical and life critical sectors – i.e. air traffic control management systems, extensive healthcare applications, and public safety systems.
She started with Agile and Scrum back in 2005, where she was involved in implementing the Agile methods at Medtronic, USA. From that time, she was responsible for Agile transformation and implementation of Agile and Scrum to many companies and teams.
She works as Agile coach and trainer for both large and small organizations. She is Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) by Scrum Alliance. She is writing a book Great ScrumMaster — #ScrumMasterWay which will be published soon.
Strategic IT Professional, Agile Transformation Coach, Consultant, Trainer
I help IT organizations to implement better ways of doing business; and I coach leaders, managers and teams who want to improve technically and relationally.
My main focus is on helping companies to transition to organizational and cultural models that are better suited to the kind of knowledge work that’s so typical of software development — which includes, but it’s not limited to, Agile and Lean.
In over 20 years of professional experience, I had clients in three different continents and I worked with organizations ranging from the United Nations to small and dynamics IT companies.
Currently I work in Europe. I’ve worked also in the USA on a O-1 visa for «extraordinary abilities in Sciences”.
As part of my regular activities, I also enjoy sharing what I know by speaking at major international conferences.
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15 years of experience in Software Development and System Management has driven Oana to embrace Agile and Lean mindset as best approaches for 21st century leading organizations. She embraced the entrepreneurship path by founding cOemerge back in 2013 , a company that helps its large or smaller clients grow Agility and entrepreneurial
mindset through Lean Startup.
To reinforce the effectiveness of Lean Startup, she developed an original approach to defining products in a Lean Startup way, called «Test Driven Business” and an original approach on organisational development that combines storytelling, envisioning and …neurosciences.
Oana acts as an Agile Transformation facilitator, using Creative Solution Definition. She trains and coach Agile teams (from core Business to Software Development and Support Services), so they are able to adopt the set of practices Agile driven improvement techniques, proven to be adapted to each context and goal. Her key focus is building cross-organizations Vision Ownership to align missions with User Value creation.
In her former experience as CIO of Eurosport, the specific context of media combined to the world of sports, Oana had her first reflections about the benefits of XP, SCRUM and LEAN. These are helpful answers in a landscape that requires a highly adaptive Software Development approach, combined with full commitment in an event-driven constraint
Oana loges participate actively in Agile International Community. She strongly believes that connected knowledge is a value generator. She is a frequent speaker in different Agile French and International conferences. She helps reinforce collaboration in the Agile and Lean community by being one of the ALE2011 through 2015 Member of the Organision Team, a member of the Agile Tour Board since 2009, Scrum Gathering in Paris in September 2013, Lean Startup Experience group and many others.
She’s also an Innovation@Games Trained Facilitator since 2009 and a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® facilitator.
Ben Linders is an Independent Consultant in Agile, Lean, Quality and Continuous Improvement, based in The Netherlands. Author of Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, Waardevolle Agile Retrospectives, What Drives Quality and Continuous Improvement.
As an adviser, coach and trainer he helps organizations by deploying effective software development and management practices. He focuses on continuous improvement, collaboration and communication, and professional development, to deliver business value to customers.
Ben is an active member of networks on Agile, Lean and Quality, and a frequent speaker and writer. He shares his experience in a bilingual blog (Dutch and English), as an editor for Agile at InfoQ and as an expert on TechTarget. Follow him on twitter: @BenLinders.
Gil Zilberfeld has been in software since childhood, writing BASIC programs on his trusty Sinclair ZX81. With more than twenty years of developing commercial software, he has vast experience in software methodology and practices.
Gil is an agile consultant, applying agile principles over the last decade. From automated testing to exploratory testing, design practices to team collaboration, scrum to kanban, and lean startup methods – he’s done it all. He is still learning from his successes and failures.
Gil speaks frequently in international conferences about unit testing, TDD, agile practices and communication. He is the author of «Everyday Unit Testing«, blogs at http://www.gilzilberfeld.com and in his spare time he shoots zombies, for fun.
Throughout my career I’ve been in different roles, projects, companies. I remember how a project, customer or even a whole company looks like from ordinary team member’s, linear manager’s or senior manager’s points of view. I know what does it mean small or big, outsourcing or product company and how this context can affect the production process. I’ve seen long never ending maintenance projects, real products or even startups. I understand pros and cons of traditional and agile methodologies because I’ve worked using both.
Now I’m concentrating on Agile. I’ve been using it since 2004 so I have a deep understanding of core principles and know not only the book theory.
I really enjoy helping teams become not only effective but efficient; bring transparency between development teams and customers; explain how to become hyper-productive and self-improvement.
My name is Luis Gonçalves and I am a co-founder at Oikosofy, Agile Coach at HolidayCheck, author, speaker and blogger.
I have been working in the software industry since 2003, as an agile practitioner since 2007. I have a lot of experience in integrating sequential projects phases like localization into an Agile Framework and pioneering Agile adoption at different companies and different.
I am a co-author of a book “Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives”. At the beginning of 2016 I will publish my new book “How to get rid of Performance Appraisals”.
I am a co-founder of a MeetUp group in Munich, Germany called I like to write and share ideas with the world and this has made me a passionate blogger. I get my inspiration from my professional life and from all the books that I read every week.
Please follow my blog here http://lmsgoncalves.com/ or join me on Twitter @lgoncalves1979.
Albina has vast experience in IT industry. She has been working for companies developing embedded systems, SAAS products, big data projects, building a large social network. She has played a role of project manager, scrum master, product owner and a software developer. Regardless of the role, she has been always experimenting with various management approaches and helping companies become more agile and improve the company culture overall.
At the moment Albina is working as an agile coach for XING, the biggest professional network in german-speaking market.
By attending the trainings of Alexey you’ll be exposed to the wide experience, lots of stories and the latest training techniques, including the one of the most popular simulations with Scrum:www.lego4scrum.com invented by Alexey and translated now to more than 15 languages.
Alexey Krivitsky is a Lean-Agile practitioner with deep hands-on experience. The first Scrum project run in 2003. Since then Alexey has been coaching teams and helping organizations become more agile. Alexey has engineering background, worked as a ScrumMaster and an Agile coach. Alexey is one of the few Certified Scrum Trainers.
Alexey kicked off the AgileUkraine community in 2007, co-produced dozens of Agile events, including the sounding Agile Eastern Europe Conferences 2009-2015. He is a recognized public speaker and an often guest at Agile conferences.
Nataliya Trenina (@natatara) has 10+ years of experience in the technology field and have played key software development roles from engineer to project manager and consultant. Since 2009 Nataliya is an Agile Team Coach running and co-owning SCRUMguides (www.scrumguides.com).
Since 2011 involved in startup activities as a founder and facilitator of Innovation Friends community.
Business and Agile Coach. Main task is to find the bottleneck in team, department and in general in company and solve it. Last year with my help were totally transformed 3 huge companies with more than 1500 developers in IT sphere and 2 companies with 2000 people in service sphere (one of the is working on Ukrainian market)
More than 12 years in IT sphere: From developer(Action Script, PHP, Java) to owner of the IT company. One of the founder of V&A Solutions Estonia (company products are widely used in Ukraine, Poland on more than 1400 objects: Shops, Restaurants etc ). Founder IT-MBA Academy in Estonia.
I am working directly with company owners helping them to reach the goals and to understand better new trends from one side and from other i am working with recruiters to assure that we are hiring exactly those ones who could help to reach the goals. I am building from scratch teams, departments and companies and not only in IT sphere. Author of 3 books, one of them were published in Ukraine: “Do not let people to think” Kyiv 2012
Agile coach (Certified CSM and CSP)
Currently Agile Coach, Head of SM’s department in Docler Holding , the largest company in Hungary and the largest IT company in Luxembourg.
Kirill Klimov is a generalising specialist in building human systems using modern management frameworks (Agile/Lean/Kanban), so that companies can deliver maximum value to their customers, and employees have meaningful enjoyable professional life.
In the past, Kirill wore different hats – web developer, servers and networks engineer, project manager, general manager, people manager, consultant, trainer, and coach primarily within e-commerce and travel. Most of his professional career Kirill spent with distributed teams in this or another way. He started and was in charge of offshore development office of an international company in Kiev, Ukraine.
Kirill makes Agile transformations and adoptions in large distributed projects and small teams since 2008.
Kirill holds a mix of different certifications from various institutions; he is actively involved in the life of the Agile community as a speaker and organizer of various conferences, events, meet-ups and so forth.
Kirill offers public classes on Kanban, Scrum and various Agile related topics as well as private onsite classes as a part of the work with companies. Those could be certified or non-certified classes. Contact Kirill to get more information on provided services.
Project/Portfolio/Process management with 10+ years experience in IT and software development including change of processes and organizational set up for banking, health insurance and corporate management.
Yegor is a CTO and co-founder of Teamed.io, a software development company with a unique approach to management of distributed teams; a regular blogger at www.yegor256.com; a proud holder of PMP and OCMEA certifications; a hands-on Java developer and a lead architect of a few popular open source projects, including jcabi.com, takes.org, rultor.com and qulice.com. Yegor lives in Palo Alto, CA and Kyiv, Ukraine.
Conference will take place at great halls of Ramada Hotel, 103, Stolichnoe Shosse, Kiev, Ukraine . We will organize transfer for all participants, all deatils will be in e-mails with conference ticket.