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Agile 2010 Call for Submissions

Agile 2010 is the leading international conference on agile methods in software development. Agile 2010 will be held in Nashville, USA. The conference brings together many disciplines in the fields of information systems and software development and bridges communities that rarely get a chance to exchange ideas and thoughts.

The conference will examine the latest theory, practical applications, and implications of agile methods. The agile approach focuses on delivering business value early in the project lifetime and being able to incorporate emergent requirements. The conference is not about a single methodology or approach, but rather provides a forum for the exchange of information regarding all agile development technologies.

Submission Process
The Agile 2010 submission process will be somewhat different from past years. In the past submissions would be submitted to individual stages for consideration. This year you will be submitting to one of the broad conference themes, Business, Technical, and Leadership & Organization. Once submitted the program committee will identify and forward to the most appropriate stage.

The length of the sessions will either be 60 or 90 minutes and will be presented Tuesday – Thursday ONLY.

Note: Each presenter can submit 3 proposals in total. This includes proposals where the presenter is not the 1st speaker.

Important Dates
The submission system will be open on January 11, 2010 and will remain open until February 19, 2010.

We will be providing further refinement of the call for submissions throughout the week. For more information in the interim or to submit a session click here.

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