GOTO Berlin 2015

  • Post published:December 3, 2015

GOTO Berlin is the enterprise software development conference designed for team leads, architects, and project management and is organized "for developers by developers". As software developers and architects ourselves, we wanted to craft the ultimate conference.

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Covering Conferences for InfoQ

  • Post published:November 30, 2015

As an editor for on Culture and Methods I regularly cover conferences, meetups and other events. Some of the upcoming events that I will cover for InfoQ are: Agile Leadership Event by Agile Consortium on December 1 GOTO Berlin 2015 on December 3 - 4 Agile Practitioners Conference in Tel Aviv on January 27 Agilia Conference on April 5 - 6 Conference coverage is done with Q&As (written interviews), write-ups, video interviews and articles. InfoQ defines their purpose as: Software is changing the world and we think our mission is to facilitate the spread of knowledge and innovation in professional software development. We do this by providing our audience with unbiased, practitioner-driven conferences, content, and an online community. I'm enjoying the things I do with InfoQ! It's great to work with people from all around the world and to help to share their thoughts and experiences on InfoQ. It also helps me to stay on top of what…

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Sign up for the Turkish and Greek book editions

  • Post published:November 30, 2015

World_RetroValueTwo new teams have started to translate the successful book Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives to Turkish and Greek. The books will first become available on Leanpub. You can sign-up now to show that you are interested in a book and to receive the first edition of that book with a significant discount:


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Going Down Under: Workshops in Melbourne, Australia

  • Post published:November 16, 2015

In February 2016 I will be giving three workshops in Melbourne Australia, one on continuous improvement and two on agile retrospectives. The workshop are organized by Elabor8 who invited me to come to Australia: We are extremely excited to have Ben Linders over from Europe for a series of workshops in February. Ben is the co-author of "Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives"and is a regular keynote conference speaker (including Agile Greece Summit 2015 and QCon Beijing 2015). I will give the following workshops: Getting More out of Agile and Lean on Tuesday February 16 Valuable Agile Retrospectives (beginners) on Thursday February 18 Valuable Agile Retrospectives (advanced) on Friday February 19 The workshops are held in the Elabor8 offices at 455 Bourke Street. Level 7 , Melbourne, VIC 3000 AU, Australia. Ticket sale has started, you can register yourself at the Elabor8 Eventbrite events page.  

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Slides on Agile Retrospectives published

  • Post published:October 27, 2015

The slides from my recent talks on Agile Retrospectives have been published on slideshare: Spicing up Agile Retrospectives – Agile Tour London 2015 Why What and How of Agile Retrospectives – Agile Tour Lille 2015 Why what and how of Agile Retrospectives – Agile Greece Summit 2015 There's a page with Presentations by Ben Linders where you view and download the slides of all of my public talks and keynotes, from conferences, meetups, or other occasions. And there's also a page with Interviews with Ben Linders. Finally there's a list of my future public events, workshops and talks. If you want me to appear at your event, or have a need for advice, consultancy, training or workshops, then feel free to contact me.  +31 6 2901 3863  @BenLinders  Ben Linders  Ben Linders Consulting  Tilburg, The Netherlands

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