The conference is online only. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have some questions. If you are on slack as in aginext2020-support channel.
Canary Wharf DLR and Canary Wharf Tube Station.
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Thank you for your interest. Our Call for Speakers is usually open from 1 October t0 1st December. If you missed it, we hope you’ll apply next year.
70% of the speakers have been invited and 30% has been selected by the call for papers process (usually open from 1st October to 1st December).
Everyone is welcome no matter what their stage in the agile transformation they are at, however Aginext is geared to those more experienced in agile, who want new perspectives and ways to continue in their agile journeys.
Aginext is the first conference of its kind dedicated to helping agilists learn how to:
- apply the most recent business agility trends to your team
- help others adapt an agile mindset and lean ways of working
- assist both individuals and organisations in embracing change
- take agile from just your team to whole organisations
If you are looking for a generalist agile conference, please check out our sister conference Agile Tour London.
47 talks and workshops by people practicing Agile in the field. Aginext is a combination advanced agile talks and workshops. It’s also a great opportunity to network and learn along with other agile professionals.
Aginext is two days and there are four tracks this year, so expect something for all of your agile needs and beyond.
Aginext came out of a demand from attendees of our sister conference Agile Tour London.
Since the Agile Manifesto in 2001, Agile has evolved a lot, reached full maturity and spread across all industries. Nowadays thousands of professionals have years of experience in Agile but it is still re-inventing itself — and there are still challenges and barrier to adoption every day. This is why, for the fifteenth birthday of the Agile Manifesto in 2016, we came up with the idea of a Conference for Agile Practitioners which will explore the most advanced agile practices and the emerging ones.
Since then, after warm encouragement from the European Agile Community, the conference has grown from one to two days, with four tracks to choose from each day. It’s also expanded to include agile-adjacent topics like lean software development, DevOps, testing, and CICD.