Agile Alliance is pleased to announce the program for its annual technical conference, deliver:Agile 2019. Formerly known as the Agile Alliance Technical Conference, the event is tailored to software developers who want to learn more about emerging Agile technical practices. It will be held April 29 – May 1 at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.

In its fourth year, deliver:Agile 2019 creates an environment that enables attendees to immerse themselves in a deeply engaging experience which unites software engineering and architectural ideas under the umbrella of Agile thinking.

With keynotes by Donovan Brown (Principal DevOps Manager, Microsoft Cloud Developer Advocacy Team, “Enterprise Transformation (and You Can Too”)) and Jessica Kerr (Lead Engineer, Atomist, “The Origins of Opera and the Future of Programming”), this highly-anticipated three-day conference will explore topics such as test and design practices and techniques; DevOps approaches and technologies; User Experience (UX) design and implementation; and cloud computing technologies and patterns.

Other speakers include Daniel Bryant, Qristy Overton, Dana Pylayeva, David Bernstein, Debbie Levitt, Michele Titolo, Pooja Rallabhandi, Fred George, Al Shalloway, Joseph Emison, Tyler Treat, James Shore, Judy Neher, Julia Wester, Woody Zuill, Pete Cheslock, Llewellyn Falco, Marlena Compton, Rebecca Parsons, Ben Kehoe, GeePaw Hill, Martin Hinshelwood, Autumn Crossan, Joseph Moore, Jason Tice, Brian Chambers, Janelle Klein, James Grenning, Ash Coleman, Kishau Rogers, Julie Lerman, Jabe Bloom, Richard Seroter, Rick Garibay, Cora Iberkleid, April Jefferson, Chet Hendrickson, Ron Jeffries, Arlo Belshee, Declan Whelan, and Shawn Button.

“Agile is now a multidisciplinary field that includes Developers, QA, UX Designers, Infrastructure Engineers, Data Scientists, Cloud Specialists, and more,” said Richard Seroter, Conference Chair, deliver:Agile 2019. “Attendees will learn about the wealth of new Agile tools and techniques as well as fresh patterns and practices. The knowledge they gain will enable them to better support and evolve their engineering practices in light of these new capabilities and emerging technologies.”

Conference attendees are encouraged to register and book hotel reservations early. A limited number of Super Early Bird registrations are available to Agile Alliance members on a first come, first served basis, providing a $250 discount over non-member registration fees.