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Saturday, May 25 • 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Closing Plenary: Panel - Agile the Next 20 Years

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The this panel will discuss the theme of this year's XP2019 - "Agile - the Next 20 Years: Share and Discover!" Panelists will include practitioners and researchers who have participated in both the XP and ICSE series of software engineering conferences and perspectives will likely range from "The End of Agile" to "What's Next?" Join us for what we hope will be a fitting discussion to launch us into the closing reception of XP2019 - and prepare us for IEEE's ICSE'19 (Montréal) and XP2020 in Copenhagen.

Participation in the Closing Plenary/Reception is included for XP attendees whose registration includes Saturday, May 25th and registrants to ICGSE (Int Conf Global Software Engineering). Other ICSE attendees may attend subject to a walk-in fee ($15 USD) to cover the cost of nibbles and sparkling water. A cash bar will also be available.

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Steven Fraser

Impresario & Principal Consultant, Innoxec (Innovation Executive Services)
Steven Fraser is based in Silicon Valley and has served as an innovation catalyst with global influence for HP, Cisco, Qualcomm, and Nortel. In addition to a year as a Visiting Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) consulting on domain engineering... Read More →
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Deepti Jain

Agile Transformation Strategist, AgileVirgin
Deepti is an Agile practitioner, experienced in creating, leading, and managing an Agile team in a distributed setup. She is active in Agile community building in India via her initiatives and events. For the past 6 years, her primary focus is on Agile and its Scaling with Continuous... Read More →
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Philippe Kruchten

Professor, UBC
Philippe Kruchten is a professor of software engineering at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada. His current research interests include software architecture and software evolution, in particular the phenomenon called “technical debt”, as well as software... Read More →
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Nils Brede Moe

Research Manager, SINTEF
I work with software process improvement, agile software develop- ment and global software development as a senior scientist at SINTEF Digital. My research interests are related to organizational, socio-technical, and global/distributed aspects. I wrote my thesis for the degree of... Read More →
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Ken Power

Software Engineering Leader, https://kenpower.dev/
Ken Power has held multiple positions in large technology organizations. His current responsibilities include leading global, large-scale engineering organization transformations. He has been working with agile and lean methods since 1999. He holds patents in virtualization and network... Read More →
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Helen Sharp

Professor, The Open University
My research investigates professional software practice with a focus on human and social aspects of software development. I am currently focusing on agile transformations, secure coding and agile user experience. I am joint author of one of the leading HCI textbooks, Interaction Design... Read More →

Saturday May 25, 2019 5:15pm - 6:15pm EDT
Auditorium /Auberge