Join with Scrum community members from around the world as they gather together in the sunshine of Orlando Florida to share in a mix of experience, information, values and expert insight that provides a framework for evaluating and incorporating the Scrum process. Learn from experienced practitioners, Scrum founders and leaders in the agile community, including, but not limited to, the following
Distinguished Speakers & Certified Scrum Trainers (detailed bios are found on the speakers tab):
|Ken Schwaber, co-founder of Scrum
||Jeff Sutherland, co-founder of Scrum
|Gregory Balestrero, President & CEO of PMI
||Mike Cohn, Mountain Goat Software
|Alistair Cockburn, Humans & Technology, Inc.
||Ron Jeffries, one of 3 founders of Extreme Programming
|Jim "Cope" Coplien, Gertrud & Cope
||Chet Hendrickson, early adopter of Extreme Programming
Details In Brief
Who: Everyone! This collaborative, interactive event is open to all who are interested in finding a better way to get things done.
What: A gathering of the Scrum community
Why: To share and learn in an interactive environment
When: March 16, 17, and 18, 2009. Opens at 7:00 am EST on March 16. Closes at 3:45 pm EST on March 18.
Where: Orlando, Florida USA
How: Simply click the Register Now button. Space is limited so sign up today. The last two Scrum Gatherings have sold out weeks in advance.
Participating in a Scrum Gathering is an important step in expanding Scrum knowledge for Scrum users of all skill levels, as well as a great introductory opportunity for those who are investigating the possibility of using the Scrum process. A day of Open Space will afford participants the opportunity to set agendas, discuss timely topics and interact with industry experts and peers in casual group settings.
Additional info about the program content and keynote speakers, venue, hotel, transportation and area attractions is featured under the tabs listed above.
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