Conferences, conferences and more conferences!!!

Summer holidays are almost over and that means that there are a lot of conferences coming up!

I’m very excited to have the chance to share, attend, learn and meet a lot of old friends and new people. So if you are near one of these or can find any excuse to join, please don’t miss that chance as the programs look very promising!

Lean Agile Scotland 2012 (21-22 September )

http://www.leanagilescotland.com/

You don’t want to miss out! We are have managed to put together a fantastic lineup of speakers which includes: David Anderson; Liz Keogh;Matt Wynne; Clarke Ching; Bob Marshall; Karl Scotland; Gojko Adzic; Joe O’Brien to name but a few. There will be something for everyone with talks on Kanban; building Agile teams; respect for people; Rightshifting and organisational improvement; Agile contracts; the application of Lean and Agile ideas in learning; Software Craftsmanship; Continuous Delivery and much more!  – (thanks Chris for letting me use your text here 😉 )

If you want to join, you can use this discount code: LASCOT12MC to receive a 10% discount (expires 24th of August 23:55)

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Agile By Example 2012 (4-5 October)

http://2012.agilebyexample.com/

The second edition of this event and I’m very much looking forward to it. An all Engish (convenient for me as my Polish is a little rusty * cough*) conference filled with experience reports. I’m very exited to go. I’ll be doing a new talk, meet a lot of new people and its also my first time to Poland. Can’t wait!

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Lean Kanban France 2012 (18-19 October)

http://lkfr.org/

This is the first international conference in France about Lean and Kanban. There will be english and french tracks. Located in the center of Paris I’m very exited to go to this one.

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Lean Kanban Central Europe 2012 (22-23 October)

http://www.lean-kanban.eu

The second time this conference is organized and with an emphasis on real life experience report this conference should provide a lot of practical feedback on practices straight from everyday situations.

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And last but not least and certainly closest to home:

Lean Kanban Netherlands 2012 (25-56 October)

http://www.leankanban.nl/

THE event in The Netherlands for everyone interested in Lean, Kanban and everything relating to it. Don’t miss out!

The call for paper has just closed, but the review process is still open and it is looking promising! And if you already know you are going, buy you ticket now as the first 25 tickets are at early bird price!

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