Conference Organizers

    • Kay Johansen

      Kay Johansen Software CraftsmanPluralsight

      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.
    • Nate Jones

      Nate Jones Sr. Director of Product and UXAmirsys

      Nate has been an active member of the Utah Agile community for over a decade, including helping found and organize the Agile Roots conference. His background in development, visual and user experience design, and corporate branding gives him a unique perspective in his current role as Director of Product Management at Amirsys, Inc.
    • Jonathan House

      Jonathan House Iterative Innovation

      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 indust
    • Mike Clement

      Mike Clement Sr. Software EngineerAncestry.com

      I'm a husband, father of four and currently a Senior Software Craftsman at Pluralsight. I've worked at Ancestry.com, Microsoft, Caselle and a few other small companies. I am a founding member and organizer of the Utah Software Craftsmanship group (http://utahsc.org). I blog at http://blog.softwareontheside.com/ and you can find me on twitter at @mdclement.

 

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    • AtTask

      AtTask AtTask is a cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solution that helps marketing, IT, and other enterprise teams conquer the chaos of excessive email, redundant status meetings, and disconnected tools.

    • Pluralsight

      Pluralsight Pluralsight is the global leader in high-quality online training for hardcore developers. The revolutionary Pluralsight training library provides developers with instant access to a rich collection of online training courses delivered by industry authorities.

    • Western Governors University

      Western Governors University At WGU, you earn your degree based on what you’ve learned, not how long you’ve spent in a classroom.

    • LANDESK

      LANDESK LANDESK, the visionary global authority on user-oriented IT, provides smart solutions that empower IT to take control of server and virtualization management, enterprise mobility management, and user management while giving users the flexibility and freedom to be productive.

    • Comakers

      Comakers Comakers specializes in building skills in collaborative concepts and tools for product discovery and development. We train and coach balanced teams to become passionate Product Owners with User Experience, Product Management and Agile Development practices.

    • Amirsys

      Amirsys Since 2001 our physicians, software engineers, content specialists, editors, graphic artists and other team members have dedicated themselves to a single goal: improving the quality, timeliness and accessibility of medical information for use by physicians to improve patient care and by residents to learn the skills needed to provide top quality patient care.

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