Earlier this week, our team contributed to the annual AgileDC conference, held at Gallaudet University in downtown Washington D.C.  A few members of LitheSpeed volunteered as event organizers, a few presented sessions, and a few were there to spook people at our booth with a Halloween-themed mystery box.  

A sold out crowd of more than 500 Agilists were treated to a keynote kickoff by James Grenning, who provided insights into the mindsets of early agile adopters during the creation of the Agile Manifesto.  His thoughts around striving for Technical Excellence gave attendees some interesting topics to ponder.

Full House at AgileDC 2015
Full House at AgileDC 2015

Conference attendees then broke off into a variety of presentations including talks, workshops, panels, and case studies.  Our team was fortunate to be selected to present quite a few topics: 

The best part of any Agile event, but especially AgileDC, is the opportunity to share experiences and reconnect with local practitioners.  This for-benefit event raised a generous donation for the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation.  LitheSpeed is proud to contribute to events like AgileDC and we are already looking forward to next year’s event.

@Chris Li's Session
@Chris Li’s Session (The Tadpole Technique)

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– LitheSpeed team

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