Speaking at ACE! Conference in Krakow

ACE! Conference on Lean and Agile Best Practices

I’ll be spending much of March bringing my shining personality to Europe, partially in the form of speaking engagements. The first one I can announce is the sixth annual ACE! Conference in Krakow Poland on March 16 and 17. Somewhere within that two day conference I’ll be talking about accessibility.

There is a growing list of great speakers, and I’m pleased to be included among them. At least until they discover I’m a fraud.

If you are familiar with ACE!, then it’s worth noting this year a separate track has been added focused on building better software. If you are unfamiliar with ACE!, then I will let the organizers speak for themselves:

ACE! is the largest regional conference of its kind in Central Europe, attracting people from all over the region. We’re really excited about ACE! 2015 which combines two one-track conferences into one. The Building Software Better track includes the traditional ACE! content such as agile, lean, Scrum, Kanban, and other tools and methods for improving the software development process. This year we’re adding a Building Better Software track that features Lean Startup, LeanUX, Design Thinking, and Customer Development topics. We’re also adding a workshop track so that attendees can apply new skills and experiment with new ideas. It’s going to be the best ACE! yet!

You can stay abreast of new speaker announcements and other news from the conference by following @aceconf on Twitter.

As the conference site gets updated with this year’s logo and the abstract from my talk, I plan to post it here.

I’ve never been to Poland, and I am hearing nothing but good things about Krakow (not just from its tourism board), so I am really looking forward to visiting.

The conference will be held about 5km from the city center, so if you’re nearby you can pretty much include my talk in your tourism walk for the day. I’ve embedded a map for my own benefit:

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