ACCU Conference 2010

Sponsored by:
Parasoft
Methods and Tools
Erlang Solutions Ltd
Perforce
QBS Software
Intel
RiverBlade
NAG
Just Software Solutions
Rational Software
Oxford University Computing
Laboratory
Skills Matter
Blackwell
Igence
Metacase
Journey Dynamics
Organized by:
Conference Chair:
Giovanni Asproni
Conference Committee:
Astrid Byro
Francis Glassborow
Paul Grenyer
Alan Lenton
Ewan Milne
Roger Orr
James Slaughter
Event Manager:
Archer Yates Associates Ltd
Threshers Yard, West Street
Kingham, Oxon. OX7 6YF
Phone: +44 (0) 1608 659900
Fax: +44 (0) 1608 659911
Email: julie at archer-yates.co.uk
Conference 2010

April 14-17, 2010. Barcelo Oxford Hotel, Oxford, UK

Keynote speakers







The registrations are now open. They usually sell very fast; book early to avoid disappointment!




In 2010 we'll have yet another exceptional programme. There will be four keynotes by by Jeff Sutherland, co-inventor of Scrum; James Bach, well known tester and author of "Lessons Learned in Software Testing"; Dan North, Agile coach, software developer and the inventor of Behaviour Driven Development; and Russel Winder, consultant, author, and expert in parallel and distributed systems.

The great line-up of speakers includes among the others Robert Martin (Uncle Bob), Tom Gilb, Andrei Alexandrescu, Walter Bright, Kevlin Henney, Michael Stal , James Coplien, Diomidis Spinellis, John Lakos and many more

As usual, there will be a set of pre-conference tutorials which will include:

  • A Certified Scrum Master Course taught by Jeff Sutherland and Gabrielle Benefield (two days 12 and 13 of April)
  • A one day tutorial on the D programming language by Walter Bright and Andrei Alexandrescu
  • A one day tutorial on testing by James Bach
  • A one day tutorial on Domain Specific Languages by Juha-Pekka Tolvanen

This year the conference will feature – along with the usual tracks on development process, C++, Java, dynamic and functional languages – a special track on testing, with sessions presented by, among the others, James Bach, Lisa Crispin, Tom Gilb, Steve Freeman and Nat Pryce.

We believe this conference is a great event for you to participate in. In fact, the ACCU conference is not only one of the most informative, but also one of the most enjoyable events around.

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ACCU 2010 is the conference you cannot afford to miss!