Join Computers Futures and a series of guest speakers from companies such as Storyful, AIB and Ammeon for an afternoon of discussions on the future of Agile, as well as time to network with other professionals.
Our confirmed speakers for the day are:
Martina Creaven, Lead Scrum Master at Globoforce
Martina has 14 years’ experience within the ICT industry. Experienced in technical training, business analysis, business process improvement and agile software development.
Rob Healy, Agile Product Owner at Ammeon
Rob Healy is an Agile Product Owner with Ammeon, a Cloud and DevOps Consultancy. Rob has been working in agile teams using Kanban, Scrumban and Scrum (and sometimes WAgile) since 2007. He is the m/c and co-organiser at the popular A&E meetup, presented at the 2015 Agile Tour and is a founder of ALI (Agile Lean Ireland Society).
Rick Cusilito, Agile Transformation Lead at Workday
Over the past fifteen years, Rick Cusolito has changed from a reluctant Project Manager to a happy Agile Coach helping teams unlock their potential. He has been working in the US for medium and large organisations in health insurance, financial services, and quasi-governmental companies. Rick has also been facilitating professional development workshops at Boston University, Northeastern University, and Merrimack University in the Boston area. Rick is a self-described introvert who infrequently blogs and tweets under the name QuietAgilist. Rick moved to Dublin in August and is currently employed by Workday as a servant leader of their Agile transformation.
Frederic Oehl, Scrum Master at Storyful
Scrum Master with a degree in Computing along with Masters and MSc in Computing. Solid experience gained within agile methodologies, Java development, unit and functional testing. Strong start-up, EMEA and exposure to the Indian marketplace.
Ronan Connaire, Digital Channels Product Manager at AIB
Agile Product Manager and Strategy Development for AIB's Online Banking channels.
Date: Thursday 3rd November
Venue: The Dean Dublin, 33 Harcourt Street, Dublin.
If you are unable to attend the conference but you would like to get in touch, please contact Cathy O'Heaire on +353 (0)1888 3413.