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Intro @ Open Agile Romania 2011: Build a Great Team

Andrea Provaglio: Talk on Effective Self-Organization

Jurgen Appelo: Talk on How to Change the World

Open Space Sessions & Planning Poker Cards Prize

Trainings at OA TM 2012

Attend a training

For those of you that would like to go more in depth in the two most common organizing models in the agile world: Kanban and Scrum, you can attend the two trainings specially scheduled at the same time as Open Agile Timisoara. Also, the week before you can attend a hands-on workshop in unit testing, one of the most important practices of the agile developer.

Unit testing workshop (27-28 September)

Join Alex Bolboaca and learn how to adopt unit testing.

This workshop teaches participants how to write simple, maintainable unit tests. It introduces the core unit testing techniques and a set of guidelines that when followed minimize the time spent on maintaining test code.

This workshop is hands-on, with about 60% of the time spent on programming exercises.

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Kanban Applied Accredited (4-5 October)

Join Mattias Skarin and learn how to apply Kanban to improve your development process.

Kanban is a lean process tool with low process footprint. Kanban helps you drive improvements, both in your environment and in the surrounding value stream. Learn how to introduce kanban and how to use kanban to spark cooperative problem solving. Kanban is well suited for complex environment where overview is normally hard to find.

Read more about Kanban Applied.


Agile Software Dev. Using Scrum (8-9 October)

Join Flavius Stef for the best start (or restart) of your Scrum project!

Scrum is the most popular of the Agile development methods, focusing on creating a cross-functional, self-organizing team that can deliver complete increments of high-quality functionality every 1-4 weeks. During this training, you will learn all about the various roles, how to create and use adaptive planning, how to manage the requirements using user stories and how to concentrate on Kaizen (continuous improvement) to deliver faster and with higher quality.

Read more about Agile Software Development Using Scrum