Session #1: 10:00 CEST
- Session 1 Room 1 - Troubleshooting Agile Podcast session
- Session 1 Room 2 - Experiments with online conferences
- Session 1 Room 3 - Teaching Agile to people younger than the Manifesto
- Session 1 Room 4 - Keeping multiple repository branches in sync
Session #2: 11:15 CEST
- Session 2 Room 1 - Frustrated? It is probably your fault
- Session 2 Room 3 - 15min Continuous Delivery
- Session 2 Room 4 - CITCON book club: what books do you recommend, what do you not recommend, what are you reading now
Session #3: 14:00 CEST
- Session 3 Room 1 - CD - what does it with a team
- Session 3 Room 2 - Explore the future of Quality Engineering
- Session 3 Room 3 - How to balance work done for internal vs external customers - tooling, CI/CD vs product development
- Session 3 Room 4 - How to help your team be successful, techniques to encourage / empower your team
Session #4: 15:15 CEST
- Session 4 Room 1 - Living Documentation
- Session 4 Room 2 - Technics / methods for convincing upper management to allocate more resources to testing team (people, time, money) & How to create and maintain a CI working group and have people from each team to voluntarily join? (Adina Rav)
- Session 4 Room 3 - What do you think we need to keep from social distancing era ways of working, what should we drop, relearn, unlearn? & After one pandemic year - let's recap some remote work tips & tricks (The bad , the good, the ugly...)
- Session 4 Room 4 - Which non-dev/test skillset would you want to integrate into your skillset next?
Session #5: 16:30 CEST
- Session 5 Room 1 - Taylor (Taylorism) was right
- Session 5 Room 2 - CITCON - less and less participants. Why? What can be done? I would be curious what the other participants think this community can teach the larger tech/business community? Concepts and lessons learned that we feel should be shared and embraced by groups outside this community.
- Session 5 Room 3 - Cool tools (really anything, but yeah sw/hw)
- Session 5 Room 4 - Agile: What can you say in a short sentence to show like-minded people that you "get it", whatever that means to you.