Agile Austin hosted Keep Austin Agile 2012 at the AT&T Conference Center on November 16, 2012. Agile can be hard. Getting it to stick can be even harder. To do it, you have to get beyond the practices and understand the principles behind them. And then to instill these principles within your organization. At Keep Austin Agile 2012, we focused on how to make this happen. Around 400 people joined us in exploring how to enable a culture of agility.

David Hussman (DevJam):  Keynote: Shut Up and Play Your Guitar

Charles Bradley ( Acceptance and Story Testing Patterns

Geoff Meyer (Dell): Scaling Agile at Dell: Real-life Problems–and Solutions

Michael DePaoli (cPrime): Why Continuous Improvement Programs Fail – Can Kaizen and WIP Help

Chris Weldon (Improving Enterprises): Beyond TDD – How to Enable your Team to Continuously Deliver Software

Earl Everett (Dell): Retrospectives Tips, Tricks, and Traps

Jeff Brantly (Enthiosys): Agile Roadmapping – A Key Ceremony to Build Team, Stakeholder, and Business Alignment

Mike Cottmeyer (LeadingAgile): Patterns for Agile Adoption and Transformation

Lynn Pausic (Expero): Integrating UX and Agile

Brian Watson (VersionOne): Building Agile Teams

John Heintz (Gist Labs): Prioritizing the Backlog: Great Advice, But How?

Scott Killen (PayPal): Supporting Agility from the Top

Walter Bodwell (Planigle): Deploying Often

David Hawks (Agile Velocity): Evolution of a User Story

Kelly Looney (Valtech): Product Vision and Everyday Agile Work

Dan Naden (VersionOne): Want to Survive in Marketing? It’s Time to Know Agile

George Miranda (Opscode): Agility Through IT Infrastructure Automation