We Hope You Enjoyed

Agile Open Northwest

Seattle, February 3-5, 2016

Thank you to all who attended AONW 2016 in Seattle. You can find session notes here. Our next annual conference will be AONW 2017 in Portland, OR, to be held in February 2017. Follow us on Twitter or join our email interest list to stay up to date with all the latest info.

Also, keep an eye on our home page for information about other upcoming events.


More about the 2016 Conference, held in February in Seattle:

Overview

Due to attendee demand, this year’s conference is a full three days long!

WHERE IS IT?

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall - Seattle, WA

Coming from out of town? We’ve arranged special rates with several local hotels. Check out the Location section for more information.

WHEN IS IT?

February 3-5, 2016.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

YOU and other experienced, collaborative, committed agile practitioners. Registration will be limited, so watch this space or join our email interest list to be notified when registration opens.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The registration fee is $250 for the three-day event, and includes a continental breakfast and lunch each day.

WHEN CAN I REGISTER?

Registration will open on this page on Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 at noon PST. In order to keep the conference small, space will be limited to the first 200 registrants. Contact us at info@agileopennorthwest.org to get added to our email list for a reminder.

CAN I BE A SPONSOR?

Yes you can! Agile Open Northwest depends on sponsorship support to keep registration costs affordable. See our Sponsors section, or contact us at sponsor@agileopennorthwest.org for more information.


Conference Schedule

Here is a tentative schedule for the 2016 conference, based on last year’s event. There will likely be some changes as the conference grows nearer.

WEDNESDAY, 3 FEBRUARY

8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. Welcome, Introductions, & Opening
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Session W-1
11:10 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Session W-2
12:20 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Session W-3
2:10 p.m. - 3:10 p.m. Session W-4 (afternoon beverages available)
3:20 p.m. - 4:20 p.m. Session W-5
4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evening News & Daily Reports Plenary
7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Night Owl Session W-6 (venue closes by 10:00 p.m.)

THURSDAY, 4 FEBRUARY

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Early Bird Session T-7 (Continental breakfast available)
9:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. Morning Announcements Plenary - New Sessions
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Session T-8
11:10 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Session T-9
12:20 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Session T-10
2:10 p.m. - 3:10 p.m. Session T-11 (afternoon beverages available)
3:20 p.m. - 4:20 p.m. Session T-12
4:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evening News & Daily Reports Plenary
7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Night Owl Session T-13 (venue closes by 10:00 p.m.)

FRIDAY, 5 FEBRUARY

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Early Bird Session F-14 (Continental breakfast available)
9:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. Morning Announcements Plenary - New Sessions
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Session F-15
11:10 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Session F-16
12:20 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Integration & Moving Forward Plenary Session
1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Conference Closing Plenary Session
2:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Cleanup
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. AONW 2016 retrospective for all interested

Location & Map

Created for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, Seattle Center calls itself “the nation’s best gathering place.” It certainly has a lot to offer, including cultural venues, sports arenas, entertainment options, the Science Center, and a Food Court, in addition to beautiful grounds. It is easily accessible by car, bus or riding the monorail from downtown Seattle.

This year we’ll be in the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, located at 299 Mercer Street and directly across from the convenient Seattle Center parking facility. There are numerous spots nearby for impromptu gatherings, including a McMenamin’s pub for you Oregonians. For your dinner choices, a number of restaurants are within walking distance.

Hotel Information

For out-of-towners, we are currently have arrangements with the local hotels below for special rates.

Pensione Nichols

1923 First avenue
Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206.441.7125
E-Mail: info@pensionenichols.com
http://pensionenichols.com/

Our conference rate is $89 per night; parking is extra. Put “Agile Conference” in the notes when you register online or tell them you are registering for the Agile conference if you reserve by phone.

This is a small bed and breakfast hotel, but for this rate they are not serving breakfast. We are providing breakfast at the conference.

This B&B hotel has a large, glorious English country shabby chic common room on the third floor with a glorious view of the sound where you can take your bottle of wine and talk all night. The hotel backs up against the Public Market. We negotiated a no-breakfast rate since we are providing breakfast at the conference, and the hotel doesn’t start serving until 8:00 AM. Be prepared for a couple of long flights of stairs and no elevators, but the location and the view are worth it. The hotel is nine blocks from the Seattle Center and three blocks from the monorail.


####Four Points by Sheraton

Downtown Seattle Center
601 Roy Street, Seattle, Washington 98109, United States
http://fourpoints.com

Please click here for direct link to discount availability. Or call 866.716.8133 and ask for set number 508613. You can also take a look at the Four Points flyer for Seattle Center Events.


Mediterranean Inn

425 Queen Anne Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206-428-4700 or 866-525-4700
http://www.Mediterranean-Inn.com

Please click here for booking. Use code AONW for 10% off the Best Available Rate. This discount is available until January 22nd 2016.

This is a recently updated and refreshed older hotel right next to Seattle Center.


There are numerous other hotels available close to the Center and in the nearby Seattle downtown area. Watch this page for news of additional special rates for Agile Open Northwest attendees.

Directions & Maps

The Seattle Center Exhibition Hall is in the same building as the Pacific Northwest Ballet, on the lower level:


Sponsors

Hunter Industries is not only a leader in Irrigation Innovation but also is an Innovator in software development. For the last 4 years software development teams at Hunter have been Mob Programming. We are currently looking for passionate agile software developers who don’t mind working sunny California in a group with a strong focus on quality and collaboration.

Intel Fosters Innovation Worldwide
You may know us for our processors. But we do so much more. Through computing innovation, we push the boundaries of smart and connected technology to make amazing experiences possible for every person on Earth. From powering the latest devices and the cloud you depend on, to driving policy, diversity, sustainability, and education, we create value for our stockholders, customers, and society.

The Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC) 2016 – Cultivating Quality October 17-19, 2016.
At the World Trade Center in downtown Portland we will host the leaders of the software quality industry, presenters from the software quality trenches, poster papers and exhibitors offering current trends and networking. Call for Presentations opens early February, program details are available in early June for registration opening in July. Join us to sow the seeds to grow quality software at PNSQC 2016 www.pnsqc.org.

SolutionsIQ has the people, scale and expertise to help drive your Agile business. With a global footprint, our coaches and consultants can bring you sustainable change - no matter where you are. Our Agile Transformation Solution is a comprehensive program that provides measurable and lasting result that scale.

The Agile Alliance is a non-profit organization that supports individuals and organizations who use agile approaches to develop software. Driven by the simple priorities articulated in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, agile development delivers value faster and with higher quality. For more information visit www.agilealliance.org.

AGLX develops resilient, team-driven businesses through tailored, sustainable solutions which are grounded in cutting-edge sociological and psychological research and focused on the overlapping human interaction challenges common throughout the creative economy.

Marchex is the advertising analytics company that connects online and mobile behavior to offline, real-world actions.

Plaster Group is dedicated to providing Agile methodology implementation management and support tailored to fit the businesses we serve. Whether you are just beginning the Agile journey, or are struggling to make existing Agile practices more effective, our experienced and knowledgeable consultants are passionate about assessing, recommending and implementing strategies for your success.

SoTech Advisors provides management consulting, coaching, training, and advisory services with a long-term focus. Specializing in agile methods, adaptive planning, and lean program and portfolio management, we deliver project results in the present while building capabilities that pay dividends in the future.

VersionOne is the independent leader agile lifecycle management solutions, helping companies envision and deliver great software. Today more than 50,000 teams, including over 37 of the Fortune 100, use VersionOne to scale their agile initiatives faster, easier, and smarter. VersionOne customers get the best solutions backed by the pioneers in agile lifecycle management. VersionOne has offices in Atlanta, GA and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Agile Made Easier @VersionOne.com

Find out how your company can become a sponsor of Agile Open Northwest


Hosts

AONW 2016 is brought to you by our conference chairs and the Agile Open Northwest Board of Directors

AONW 2016 Conference Co-Chairs

Jeremy Lightsmith

Jeremy Lightsmith spends most of his time and energy building highly performant software development teams.

A seasoned agile coach, trainer, and facilitator, Jeremy excels at creating environments where teams can discover how they work best. He has a deep understanding of agile, and is constantly looking for better ways to share knowledge and collaborate. As a presenter, Jeremy favors interactive and group techniques and pulls from disciplines as diverse as Theatre Improv and Montessori.

Find Jeremy at http://jeremylightsmith.com or @lightsmith.

Valerie Morris

I love being with people that find joy in their job. I spend most of my time helping people see the forest for the trees and sometimes just looking at the trees in the forest.

My background ranges from lean six sigma, different kinds of management including project and people, to facilitator, scrum master, and coach. I love learning from people everyday. My passion is to help others learn to learn. I use interactive group facilitation skills to create space for conversations and dialogue.

AONW Board of Directors

Diana Larsen

Diana Larsen served three years as Chair of the Agile Alliance board of directors and served terms as a board member for the group. As a partner in FutureWorks Consulting, Diana consults with leaders and teams to create work processes where innovation, inspiration, and imagination flourish. With more than fifteen years of experience working with technical professionals, she brings focus to the human side of organizations, teams, and projects. Diana co-authored Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great! with Esther Derby, Liftoff: Launching Agile Teams and Projects with Ainsley Nies, Virtuosity with Willem Larsen and writes occasional [blog posts (http://futureworksconsulting.com/blog) and articles.

Diana discovers solutions and possibilities where others only find barriers and obstacles.

Ian Savage

A quality evangelist, Ian Savage is a veteran software developer, quality engineer, and manager with experience in manufacturing, financial services, construction project estimating, and software security. For more than thirty years, he has worked to improve productivity and software quality through rigorous development methods and processes and now through the pragmatic application of agile methods.

He founded/co-founded various Pacific Northwest software and quality volunteer organizations. By day he works with the Quality Initiatives Team at McAfee focusing on metrics, static analysis, and quality systems. His present interests are software security, insourcing vs. outsourcing, and quality training. Like many others, Ian looks forward to retirement or Career 2.0.

Jeremy Lightsmith

Jeremy Lightsmith spends most of his time and energy building highly performant software development teams.

A seasoned agile coach, trainer, and facilitator, Jeremy excels at creating environments where teams can discover how they work best. He has a deep understanding of agile, and is constantly looking for better ways to share knowledge and collaborate. As a presenter, Jeremy favors interactive and group techniques and pulls from disciplines as diverse as Theatre Improv and Montessori.

Find Jeremy at http://jeremylightsmith.com or @lightsmith.

Michael J. Tardiff

I love hearing what people want to do and helping them see the ways in which they might do it. In doing the work, we discover the work that needs to be done.

For the last decade that’s been my story: facilitator, trainer, coach, mentor, guide, storyteller, provocateur. Happiness for me is working with a team of people who are different from me; together, we serve others better than I could alone. Along the way, I’ve held all the software roles that begin with “p” and end with “manager.” Twice I was a director at a growing startup. My early years were spent technically writing.

I write things at FeelingAgile.com. Still available on iTunes is the “The Agile Coach” podcast. @mjt on Twitter is me being short. Invite me and I’ll talk, wherever and whenever you like. Agile Open Northwest’s annual Open Space brings me joy. And I find peace sailing the waters north of Seattle.

Rebecca Wirfs-Brock

I invented the set of design practices known as Responsibility-Driven Design (RDD) and by accident started the x-DD meme. Along the way I authored two popular object design books. I jog (even in the rain).

In my work I help people hone their design and architecture skills, address architecture risks, and manage and reduce technical debt. In addition to coaching and personal mentoring, I conduct workshops on Pragmatic TDD, enterprise application design, agile design skills and thinking, being agile about system qualities, and Agile Architecture.

I am program director of the Agile Alliance’s Experience Reports Program and co-chair of the 2016 Agile Conference Experience Reports Track. Another interest of mine is patterns. I am on the Board of the Hillside Group and recently I’ve written patterns about sustainable architecture, agile QA, and adaptive systems architectures. If you are interested in writing about your experiences or sharing your wisdom in pattern form, contact me. I can help you turn your itch for writing into the written word.

You can read my blog at www.wirfs-brock.com/blog and find articles and patterns on my resources page.

Troy Frever

Troy Frever discovered XP in 2000, after two decades as a professional software developer. Since then he has been an Extreme Programmer and Coach for a number of companies in the Seattle area, including Active Voice, Cisco Systems, Quicksilver Technology, Aviarc Corporation, RealNetworks, Smilebox, Fanzo, and Ripl. He is currently having a grand time as co-founder and CTO of Zipline. When he’s not writing unit tests or refactoring mercilessly, Troy enjoys backpacking and skiing with his family and playing Ultimate Frisbee. Troy is also a former organizer of the Seattle Extreme Programming Users Group (SXPUG) and co-founder of Seattle’s Beyond Agile user group.


Attendees

Name / TwitterCompany / RoleCity
Aaron Griffith
@Aaron_Griffith
Hunter Industries
Developer
San Marcos, CA
Adam Feuer
@adamfeuer
CookBrite, Inc.
Developer
Seattle, WA
Adam LightSoTech Advisors
Consultant / External Coach
Portland, OR
Adam Weisbart
@weisbart.com
Weisbart Consulting, Inc
Consultant / External Coach
Vashon WA
Adam Yuret
@AdamYuret
Context Driven Agility
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Ainsley Nies
@ainszo
Acorn Consulting Enterprises
Consultant / External Coach
Pacifica, CA
Aki Namioka 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Alberto AguirreTree Top, Inc.
Engineer
Washington
Alec SwirskiParametric Portfolio Associates
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Alicia FlattQumulo, Inc
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Anand JoglekarCDK Global, Inc
Developer
Seattle, WA
Andrea  WhitakerPortland General Electric
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland
Andrea Achesonagile42
Business / Management
Vancouver
Andy WhaplesTripwire
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland
Anna GolousikovaMicrosoft
Project Management
Moscow
Anne JoutsenvirtaQumulo
UX
Seattle
Anson TsaoGoDaddy.com
Product Management
Kirkland, WA
Arlo Belshee
@arlobelshee
Innovating Teams, LLC
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Ashlyn Leahy 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Bellevue, WA
Bela EspinosaTree Top, Inc.
Engineer
Washington
Ben GitensteinQumulo, Inc.
Product Management
Seattle
Björn LevidowGoDaddy
Product Management
Seattle
Bob Gale
@bawbgale
Blastworks Inc
Product Management
Seattle, WA
Brent Barton
@brentbarton
 
Product Management
Seattle
Brett Morien
@askheaves
Attack Pattern
Developer
Seattle, WA
Brian GaudreauAvanade
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
Brian Geihsler
@BrianGeihsler
CenturyLink
Developer
Seattle, WA
Brian RiveraAGLX, LLC
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Brian ThomasNike
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland, OR
Brian WiessmeyerQumulo
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Bruce Winegarden
@bruceweev
Eagle Eye View
Consultant / External Coach
Sammamish
Carlton Nettleton
@carlton858
Look Forward Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
San Diego, CA
Caroline NelsonStarbucks
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Carolyn Schmidt 
Project Management
Eugene, OR
Cedric WilliamsPayPal
Some Kind Of Evil Minion
San Jose, CA
Charlena HouckTree Top, Inc.
Tester / QA
Washington
Charles GeorgePortland General Electric
Developer
Portland
Charlotte BattersbyHunter Industries Inc
Developer
Carlsbad, CA
Chris Moody
@chriswmoody
Slalom Consulting
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Kirkland, WA
Christien Austin 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle
Christina Kjær Seime
@christinakseime
Miles AS
Consultant / External Coach
Oslo, Norway
Christopher AlexanderAGLX Consulting, LLC
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle
Christopher Boumenot 
Developer
Redmond, WA
Christopher GantnerSlalom Consulting
Project Management
Seattle
Christopher Lucian
@ChristophLucian
Hunter Industries
Business / Management
San Marcos California
Christy ClementSolutionsIQ
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Cimarron RyanMicrosoft
Developer
Redmond, WA
Conny SpannProliance Consulting
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Conor  BuescherNike
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland/Beaverton, Oregon
Cotten Blackwell 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland, OR
Dalene Feucht 
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
Dan Walsh
@danielwalsh
Intel
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland
Dan DiCamillo
@criticalthinker
REI
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Kent, WA
Daniel Dosen
@dgdosen
AGI Development
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Daniel StinerMicrosoft
Developer
Seattle, WA
Dave Sharrockagile42
Consultant / External Coach
Vancouver
David Bernstein
@ToBeAgile
To Be Agile
Developer
Washington
David EisenheimTree Top, Inc.
Developer
Washington
David Kramer 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Washington
David WhitlockTripwire, Inc.
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland, OR
Deborah  Drake
@deborahdrake
authentic writing provokes
Consultant / External Coach
Bellevue, WA
Derek Jamison
@codeallnight
Microsoft
Developer
Bellevue, WA
Dhaval Panchalagile42
Consultant / External Coach
Houston, TX
Diana Kolomiyets 
Consultant / External Coach
WA
Diana Larsen
@DianaOfPortland
FutureWorks Consulting LLC
Consultant / External Coach
Portland OR
Don MoenVertafore
Agile Coach
Bothell, WA
Don Shanks
@baldpenguin
Marchex, Inc.
Developer
Seattle
Doug Nelson 
Consultant / External Coach
Washington
Doug ShanksXPO Logistics
Developer
Portland, OR
Doug FischelsCaiman Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
Redmond
Dustin FranklinHunter Industries
Developer
San Marcos
Echo CainProvidence Health Plan
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland
Elise ShapiroQumulo
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
WA
Elizabeth BladowSolutionsIQ
Business / Management
Redmond, Washington
Eric Borzello 
Developer
Kirkland, WA
Eric Gunnerson
@Eric_Gunnerson
 
Developer
Bellevue, WA
Eric Lee
@saintgimp
Microsoft
Developer
Seattle, WA
Eric WahlquistStarbucks
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Erich Buhler
@erichbuhler
Ágil Ibérica
Consultant / External Coach
Spain and South America
Ethan FloryTree Top, Inc
Developer
Oregon
Ethan TreberSalesforce.com
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Giorgio Leon-GuerreroVersionOne
Solutions Engineer
Seattle
Greg Myers 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle
Greg Smith
@agilesmith
GS Solutions Group
Consultant / External Coach
Bellevue
Harold Shinsato
@hajush
 
Consultant / External Coach
Missoula, MT
Ian Savage
@iesavage
Tek-ASG-Bidtek-CFI-Tiger-Symyx-McAfee (Ret.)
Tester / QA
Oregon
Jaime Lyn Schatz
@edupunkn00b
 
Project Management
Redmond, WA
James BullardIHME
IT Director
SEATTLE
James CrabtreeSlalom Consulting
Project Management
SEATTLE
James DenyerStarbucks
Developer
Seattle, WA
Jason AndersenSolutionsIQ
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Jason Suplizio
@suplizio
Nordstrom
Business / Management
Seattle
Jay Bazuzi
@Jaybazuzi
 
Developer
Bellevue, wa
Jay Vandewark 
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
Jean Richardson
@JeanAtAzureGate
 
Consultant / External Coach
Portland, Oregon
Jeff SmithHome Depot
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Austin, TX
Jeff Pasek 
Product Management
Seattle
Jeffery AndersenTripwire Inc.
Business / Management
PDX
Jen OlesonSlalom Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Jennifer SteinhilberCDK Global
Product Management
Portland, OR
Jeremy DavisParametric Portfolio Associates
Tester / QA
Seattle
Jeremy Lightsmith
@lightsmith
Transparent Classroom
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Jeremy MoodyMarchex
Developer
Seattle, WA
Jerry NelsonNike
Business / Management
Portland OR
Jerry MetcalfAllegro Business Solutions
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Jody WolfbornChef
inside solutions architect
San Francisco, CA
Joe DanielsParametric Portfolio Associates
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
Joe BlotnerMarchex
Engineering management
Seattle
Joel RobinsonREI
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Redmond
John HaglerTree Top, Inc.
Developer
Washington
John HelmOMNI Retail Group
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
John Lewis 
Developer
Sammamish, WA
John MuirheadTree Top, Inc
Network Engineer
Washington
John Vivio 
Developer
Portland, OR
Jon Madison
@jonmadison
 
Developer
seattle, WA
Jon Sequeira
@jonsequitur
 
Developer
Seattle, WA
Jos van SchagenMarchex, Inc.
Developer
Seattle, WA
Josh GreisenTree Top, Inc.
Developer
Washington
Josh ClaarStarbucks
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Joshua MuellerPhilips
Project Management
Seattle, Washington
Joshua O'Brien
@OBrienCommaJosh
Chef Software, Inc.
Consultant / External Coach
San Francisco
Joshua RolstadParametric Portfolio Associates
Developer
Seattle, WA
Julia WesterLeanKit
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Justin Redd
@justinredd
CHEF
Consultant / External Coach
Portland, OR
Justin WolfCisco Systems, Inc.
Business / Management
Portland, OR
Karen Lechner
@AgileAlaskan
State of Alaska
Business / Management
Juneau, Alaska
Karen Lewis 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Sammamish, WA
Kate Witt
@kate_witt
Bigger Boat Consulting
Project Management
Seattle
Katherine InterianoEvisions
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Irvine
Kathy  DoironStarbucks
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Kelly GoodwinXPO Logistics
Consultant / External Coach
Portland
Kelly West 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Renton, WA
Kevin Klinemeier 
Product Management
wa
Kevin LummusPortland General Electric
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland
Kimberley ByelickVeritas
Project Management
Springfield, OR
Lance Cho 
Developer
seattle
Larry CrossSimply Measured
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle
Lena BadickePlaster Group
Recruiting Coordinator
Seattle, WA
Lerina GarzaTree Top, Inc.
Developer
Washington
Linda FaneRolling Waves Consulting, LLC
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
SEATTLE
Lisa DowlingSlalom Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Lisa PiersonIntel
Developer
Portland, OR
Lonny Cross 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Bellevue
Lorraine WeltyRaintree Systems
Product Management
Temecula, CA
Luke WalterCollabnet
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Mamta Singh
@
 
Developer
Portland
Marci MarraCaiman Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
Bellevue, WA
Margeaux BucherBusiness Wire
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
San Francisco, CA
Marit AndreassenBEKK Consulting
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Oslo
Marius Grigoriu
@mariusgrigoriu
Nordstrom
Business / Management
Seattle
Martin ChaseMobilePaks
Developer
Portland
Mary PanzaParametric Portfolio Associates
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Matt FuranParametric Portfolio Associates
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Matt KramerCapital One
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
seattle
Matthew Carlson
@mcarlson_sb
Ticketfly
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
San Francisco CA
Michael Braly
@michaelbraly
University of Washington
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Michael JamesSeattle Scrum
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Michael Tardiff
@mjt
SolutionsIQ
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Michael WolfChange Healthcare
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle WA
Michael Ferrante 
Developer
Portland, OR
Michaela Hutfles
@3countylaugh
Qumulo
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle
Michal Graves 
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, WA
Michelle HochstetlerNWEA
Tester / QA
Portland, OR
Mike Lonergan
@paranoidmike
New Relic
Product Management
Portland, OR
Mike NaglieriGetty Images
Product Management
WA
Molly BrownQumulo
Developer
Seattle, WA
Morgan DoocyMetaBrite
Developer
Seattle, WA
Nguyen Lam 
Project Management
Seattle
Nicholas Tucker
@tuckagile
REI
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Seattle, Wa
Pam DyerAgile Alliance
Marketing Chief
Seattle, WA
Pat HemmenChildrens Hospital
Project Management
Seattle
Pat Maddox
@patmaddox
 
Developer
SLC, UT
Pat McMonagleSeaSPIN
Developer, Tester, Project Management
Seattle, WA
Patrick LamasneyExpedia
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Washington
Patrick OKelleyBungie
Business / Management
Seattle
Paul McCallick 
Business / Management
Seattle, WA
Paul Osborn
@theAgilePMO
The Agile PMO
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Paul Wynia
@workagile
Work Agile Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
San Diego, Ca
Pavel GritsaiAmazon
Developer
Seattle, WA
Ray Arell
@elmoray
Intel
Business / Management
Portland
Rebecca Wirfs-BrockWirfs-Brock Associates
Consultant / External Coach
Sherwood, OR
Rebecca JacobsenSitka Technology Group
Developer
Portland, OR
Rhonda DohmTripwire
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Alpharetta, Georgia
Rich SowderTree Top, Inc.
Server and Storage
Washington
Rob EtzelTripwire
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland, Oregon
Robert MorrisMarchex
Business / Management
Seattle
Ron Quartel
@agileagitator
Cron Technologies
Developer
Seattle
Sanyaalak BurkhartGetty Images
Project Management
seattle
Sara SellEvisions
Engineering operations manager
Portland or
Sarah Mei
@sarahmei
DevMynd Software
Developer
San Francisco
Sarah OBrienThe Seattle Times
Project Management
Seattle
Scott EmeryOregon State University
Director, IT Relations
Corvallis OR
Scott LonheimProtiviti
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Scott TheenerNike
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland, OR
Sergey TrikurPortland General Electric
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Portland Oregon
Shama BolePlaster Group
Project Management
Seattle WA
Shawn Cao 
Developer
seattle, WA
Shella KnollTree Top, Inc.
Project Management
Washington
Shy AbermanGeneral UI LLC
Developer
Seattle, WA
Srilu PinjalaExpedia / PNSQC
Tester / QA
Bellevue
Stacy RandolphAgilysys
Project Management
Bellevue, WA
Stacy Watts
@stacybird
Acquia
Developer
Portland, OR
Steve Hamilton
@Stevenhamilton
CDK Global
Product Management
Seattle, wa
Steve  Holt
@skholt
 
Consultant / External Coach
Woodinville, WA
Steve SmithSolutionsIQ
Consultant / External Coach
Bellevue
Stewart Loving-Gibbard 
Developer
Portland, OR
Sudar AnandStarbucks
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Suzanne JohnsonSolutionsIQ
Recruiter
Redmond, WA
Tanya MiksysSlalom
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Taylor Hess 
Product Management
Portland, OR
Ted Bardusch 
VP Eng
Seattle, WA
Teri WaltonTree Top, Inc.
Project Management
Washington
Tessa MandyVersionOne
Enterprise Account Director
West Coast
Thomas BoylesBirst
Developer
San Francisco
Thomas Vollmer 
eng manager
Redmond, WA
Tim Bomke
@TimBomke
Starbucks
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Tim Cunnane
@timcunnane
Bigger Boat Consulting
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle, WA
Tom HaileTree Top, Inc.
Developer
Washington
Tom Perry
@tlperry
Rally/CA
Business / Management
Bellevue, WA
Tommy VanceStarbucks
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Tonianne DeMaria
@sprezzatura
Modus Cooperandi / Modus Institute
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle WA
Troy Frever
@troywfrever
Ripl
Developer
Seattle
Val HamryVertafore
Project Management
Seattle, WA
Valerie BourgeoisTripwire, Inc.
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Alpharetta, GA
Valerie MorrisVisa
ScrumMaster / Internal Coach
Bellevue, WA
Varun DasMarchex
Product Management
Seattle
Vibhu SrinivasanSolutionsIQ
Consultant / External Coach
Seattle
Vikram Ramnath 
Project Management
Portland,OR
Vinny Pasceri 
Program Management
Seattle
Wes MorganEffectivators
Business / Management
Portland, Oregon
Wes Ruemping 
Business / Management
Seattle
Willem LarsenMobilePaks
Developer
Portland
Woody Zuill
@woodyzuill
 
Consultant / External Coach
San Diego, California