Cornish Agile on the Beach Conference announces 45 strong line up - Software Cornwall

Agile on the Beach have announced that they are delighted to confirm keynote speakers for 2015 as Dave Farley on Continuous Delivery and Jenni Jepsen on Agile Leadership & Teams.   Both will join a variety of speakers discussing agile software, products, teams and business at the conferences new venue, the Performance Centre on the Tremough Campus near Falmouth on 3 & 4th September 2015.

KEYNOTE : Dave Farley – Continuous Delivery

KEYNOTE : Jenni Jepsen – Agile Leadership & Teams

We have 40+ sessions this year with 45+ speakers


Speakers 2015 

Software Craftmanship

  • Mob Programming, A Whole Team Approach – Woody Zuill, San Diego California
  • Product development in an Unruly Mob –  Alex Wilson    Benji Weber    Unruly
  • 10 things you need to know about BDD, Cucumber and Specflow – Seb Rose
  • Taking back BDD – Konstantin Kudryashov        Inviqa
  • Building systems that are #neverdone – James Lewis        ThoughtWorks
  • Clojurescript Taster Session – Bring the power of Clojure to your browser app – Jim Barritt Thoughtworks
  • Wading through treacle? Escape the integration syrup with contract tests  – Stefan Smith        ThoughtWorks
  • Test Driving User Interfaces  – Anthony Williams        Just Software Solutions
  • Archipelagos in Git – Matthew Dodkins        Bluefruit Software
  • Only *You* Can Analyse The Code – Anna-Jayne Metcalfe         Riverblade


Teams and Leadership

  • Value led Agile delivery     Kate Hughes        Microsoft
  • The Evolution of Teams    Mike Griffiths        Leading Answers    Canada
  • The Magellan Project     Ricardo Mestre        Nokia, Germany
  • The Geek’s Guide to Leading Teams – Patrick Kua        ThoughtWorks
  • Working Remotely in a Global Team – Olly Brand        IBM UK Ltd
  • Making Mad Men more Agile – Leanne Page &  Joanne Ralfe    M&C Saatchi
  • Herding Creative Cats – Andy Bartlett      Worlds Apart
  • Scrum…Really – Amy Thompson         Agilista Systems
  • Delivering governance for agile services in Government, in an agile way – James Ashton        Government Digital Service (GDS)

Product Management

  • Continous Product Improvement – Melissa Perri,  ProdUX Labs, New York City
  • Effective Customer Interviewing: How to use interviews to discover business value – Adrian Howard        Quietstars   (double workshop)
  • User Story Mapping for Fun and Profit (double workshop)   Lynne Johnson        Zuhlke Engineering Ltd
  • Agile in the real world: How 3D printing is enabling an Agile revolution for physical products – Emily Webber  & Amy Wagner
  •  “Can Guinness help you estimate?” –David Lowe & James Wyllie Scrum & Kanban
  • Product Management    Finding the Joy in Agile Product Management  Erik Bjernulf        Tolpagorni Sweden
  • Shortening the goalposts – building a winning agile football team – Chris Clarke        The Guardian

Agile Business

  • Play with Business – StrategicPlay® with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY ™  Ole Jepsen        goAgile, Denmark    Double Session – interactive workshop
  • My kanban diary: How I integrated agile within our Charity   – Danny Whear        ShelterBox
  • Living Agile – The only way a digital agency can truly work with Agile – Peter Sheppard
  • I’m an Alien – A Business Analyst in an Agile World – Dot Tudor
  • Management 3.0 – a leadership framework for leaders of today – Pia-Maria Thoren
  • The Financial Prioritization of Projects – Antonello Nardini  &  Elisa Bernardini
  • Being Agile in Business    Belinda Waldock       Being Agile
  • Managing client expectations of what agile means for their software development project.  Steve Adams  MSM Software
  • The Open Agile Profiling System  – Craig Girvan & Toby Parkins    Headforwards

    Bonus Software Day – Continuous Delivery

  • Continuous Delivery Session tbc with Dave Farley
  • Waltzing With Branches – Chris Oldwood
  • Tests @OpenTable. Look mum I just released some code! – Marcin Bazydlo
  • Testing in Production    – Benji Weber & Alex Wilson    Unruly
  • The Death of Continuous Integration – Steve Smith