Agiles 2015 Organizing Team invites you to participate as an exhibitor. The Latin-American Agile Methodologies Community wants to hear your ideas, experiences and learn from the techniques you apply to work.
Title: The first thing people will see and usually first impressions have great value, that’s why, try to make the title as attractive and descriptive as possible.
Short Description: This description will appear on the program, it should be precise since during the event, this information will be the key for people to decide whether to assist the session or not.
Topic: see Tracks and Topics.
Audience: The knowledge level audience should have about your session topic:
1- Beginners: People who don’t know about it or are just getting to know about the topic.
2- Intermediate: People who are already familiar with the topic, know the basis and have implemented it.
3- Experts: People with wide knowledge about the topic and are looking for ways to innovate.
Type of Session:
1- Lecture: Speaker presents a topic, usually using slides and in a determined moment of the session he gives the opportunity for Q&A. Duration: 45 minutes
2- Experience Report: It’s similar to the lecture, but the difference is that a real case where the topic was implemented will be presented. Duration: 45 minutes.
3 Workshop: An interactive session, with great participation from the audience. Duration: 90 minutes.
Limit of participants
Link to the session’s invitation video: You must record a 3 minute long (max) video, explaining your proposal and inviting the community to participate. The video must be uploaded to the cloud (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.)
Full Description: In this description, you will be able to elaborate about the session’s contents and its dynamic. You can also include any information you think necessary/appropriate to share with the reviewers and people responsible for the event’s organization.
You can send as many proposals as you want, but just one session per person will be accepted in the final program.
Feedback and revision process
As usual in our community, you will be able to receive feedback from your peers at any time, since all the presented proposals will be visible for the entire community.
Also, if you send your proposal before June 8th, our reviewers team will give you feedback, so you can be able to improve your proposal and increase the chances that it will be selected to be part of the program.
Tracks and Topics:
We expect session proposals falling under the topics listed below. To facilitate the coordination between reviewers and the conference program’s creation, we’ve grouped the topics in 3 tracks. Each track is in itself a high level topic, and will have its own reviewers team and a coordinator.