Feb
25

Mini XP Day Benelux 2013

Mini XP Day 2013 logoApril 26th in Mechelen, Belgium

Mini XP Day reruns 12 of the best sessions from last year’s program in 3 parallel tracks. The conference takes place in Mechelen in Belgium (between Brussels and Antwerp).

There’s room for 90 participants and the conference usually sells out. So register now to ensure you don’t miss out on this great event.

xp days product box

Picture from the “Product Box” session at XP Days Benelux by Yves Hanoulle

Nov
04

Agile Tour Brussels 2012 presentation

I’m Pascal, I’m a bug writer

I started writing bugs when I was 15-16 years old.

It all started innocently with some small BASIC programs on a home computer. But I soon moved on to the hard stuff: Assembler, Forth, C, LISP, Smalltalk, C++. Before I knew it I was working on products with several millions of lines of code and tens of thousands of recorded bugs.

After discovering Extreme Programming I decided to kick the habit.

I want to share with you the eleven step algorithm I used to get better.

I’m Pascal, I’m a recovering bug writer

Jun
04

Agile Belgium Drinkup June 2011

Topic:

This is an informal meetup of the Belgian Agile and Lean community. Come after work and meet people you usually only meet at conferences. Anyone interested in Agile or Lean can join.

Add your name to the list to attend.

Location:

Foodsquare
Rue du Marché aux Herbes 120
1000 Bruxelles

Between Brussels Central station and the Grand’ Place.

See you there!

Apr
13

Business Value at SPA 2011

Portia Tung and I will present “Agreeing on Business Value” at the SPA 2011 conference in London, June 12th to 15th.

In this interactive tutorial you’ll be able to apply “Business Value Modelling” on a case study, to decide on the goals and definition of value for an improvement project.

Come and play with us!

Apr
11

Agile Open Belgium 2011

On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 of May Agile Open Benelux 2011 will be happening in Ghent, Belgium.

This will be two days of engaging discussions around Agile in General. Don’t expect polished presentations, it’s all about sharing ideas and interaction.

To learn more about the Open Spaces concept, check out the description.

This Agile-fest is kindly hosted again by IBBT.

In this edition, we would like to support learning/exploring ‘Agile’ by experience and call upon your imagination to come up with agile simulations, games. Of course plain old discussions are fine too!

Register now.

See you there