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Agile Roots is June 21-22, 2012
We believe in a different way of working: Empowered teams accomplishing amazing results. Workplaces filled with courage, laughter, and working software. True partnership between business professionals, technology professionals, and customers.
How do we get there? The rules are simple. It takes a lifetime to master them. We must do things differently. We must change our habits. We must continually reorient our thinking.
The right conferences are those which inspire and re-motivate us. We created Agile Roots to be the kind of conference we want to attend.
Agile Roots returns this June 21-22 to South Jordan, Utah.
- Inspirational talks from preeminent Agile leaders
- Experiential learning workshops
- “Unconference” opportunities awaiting your voice
- Networking events
- Capped attendance to promote your best experience
- Low cost and local
Registration is Open
Register now to be part of Agile Roots this year.
We recommend attendees stay at the Country Inn & Suites By Carlson near the conference center. (800)456-4000.
Or, choose one of the other local hotels.
The Agile Roots conference is organized by the following dedicated team.
Kay Johansen has experienced unforgettably rewarding team dynamics when teams apply agile principles to software development, testing, and management. She’s excited to contribute back to the agile community in some small way through the Agile Roots conference. She believes that work, freedom and fellowship are fundamental to the human purpose and appreciates the agile community’s contribution to her richness of life.
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At the tender age of 14 Jonathan engaged in his very first “software for hire” contract, for his father who needed a TRS-80 Basic program converted into an Apple II floating point Basic program. This was immediately followed by his first experience dealing with an impossible customer, and being grounded for a month.
Over a career of darn near three decades Jonathan has been at various times a software tester, business analyst, clueless user, project manager, product manager, architect, programmer, and pointy haired boss.
Watching the same mistakes made over and over again in the industry drove him to look for better ways to make software that works, with the result that he now can be found lurking around both the Agile and software architecture communities, generally finding ways to make a nuisance of himself.
In addition to his day job he blogs about his experiences at the pointy end of the Agile movement under the moniker “Agile Sadist” on blogspot.