April 6–9, 2017, Stevens Institute of Technology, Weehawken, New Jersey
The Maintainers is a global, interdisciplinary research network that takes a different approach, one whose conceptual starting point was a playful proposal for a counter-volume to Isaacson’s that could be titled The Maintainers: How a Group of Bureaucrats, Standards Engineers, and Introverts Made Technologies That Kind of Work Most of the Time. Network members come from a variety of fields, including academic historians and social scientists, as well as artists, activists, engineers, and business leaders. All share an interest in the concepts of maintenance, infrastructure, repair, and the myriad forms of labor and expertise that sustain our human-built world.
April 18-19, 2017, Sheraton Society Hill Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
Entering its 12th year, the Emerging Technologies Conference has brought the leaders of the open source community to Philadelphia to teach about their projects, their work and how these technologies are changing software development. During this time, ETE has become one of the largest gatherings of developers in the mid-Atlantic.
April 19 - 21, Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, MA
Here we focus on the doing, the building, and the creating.
Explore the emerging and growing set of Agile Engineering practices.
April 6-7, 2017, Microsoft New England Research & Development Center, Cambridge, MA
Mob Programming is a fairly new concept. This conference offers you a good grasp of it with a mix of talks, trying it out, and discussing with your peers. Join us for two days of workshops and peer learning with talks from the founders of Mob Programming.
May 22-26, 2017, Pullman Hotel, Cologne, Germany
Taking up the rallying cry from Uncle Bob's keynote at XP 2014 in Rome, XP 2017 will bring together agile people of all roles. By carefully balancing technical and methodological topics, we will provide a space where researchers, coaches, product people and software developers can share their experiences with Agile in order to uncover better ways of developing software.