VersionOne Goes "Old West" at Agile2012
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This morning when Agile2012 kicked off, we announced our 10th anniversary – i.e., VersionOne’s ‘Decade of Done.’ We had such a good time celebrating once, we thought we would do it again – this time amongst almost 2,000 conference attendees. [caption id="attachment_894" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Over 2,000 Agile2012 attendees are invited to VersionOne's "saloon" this week"] If you're at the show this week, 'get a wiggle on' and visit our saloon -- I mean, booth -- for a western themed, hog-killin' time. VersionOne employees will be seen in a celebratory maroon t-shirt that reads, “VersionOne – Genuine Agile” (on the front); “Decade of Done” (back). We also have two other black t-shirts that will be given away as prizes at the roulette table (in addition to Genuine Agile tattoos, shot glasses, and our very own hot sauce):
- The Good, The Bad, and The Agile
- VersionOne StandUp – Do Me Daily
What is being discussed at Agile2012? SD Times reported that Agile2012 sessions will touch a great deal on agile portfolio management and agile at scale:
- What are the trends in agile development in terms of number of teams that are using agile?
- What size companies are adopting agile development?
- What's the level of penetration within organizations?
- How will agile portfolio management evolve through the years?
Read the full article: http://sdt.bz/36863#ixzz23RNKRKhW For those who don't know, Agile2012 brings together software and IT professionals for more than 200 program sessions to foster the exchange of fresh ideas and agile development best practices. Now in its 11th year, the show brings ISVs, software consultants and in-house corporate development teams with the knowledge and shared experiences that lead to successful agile programs. The VersionOne booth is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, but not Tuesday; the Sales Lounge is open every day. Please follow and share your experiences at the conference through Twitter at #GenuineAgile and #Agile2012.