Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The Lean Startup at Agile Vancouver April 21st

A surprising number of respondents in the latest Lessons Learned survey hail from one of the flourishing startup hubs in Canada. Who knew? In order to reduce my incredible ignorance about other such hubs, I'm heading to Vancouver.

In keeping with my recent theme of blogging about upcoming events, I'm happy to announce that I'll be speaking at Agile Vancouver on April 21. (For those of you who subscribe to the blog for substantive content and whatnot, I promise to get back to more regular posts soon. And when did there get to be 3000 of you? Thank you so much!)
Agile Vancouver: Lean Development for Lean Times
On Tuesday April 21st, we are hosting an afternoon event on the application of Lean Principles to software development. This workshop brings together leading thinkers from Lean Production and Lean software.
Please register to attend this event as space will be limited.
I'll be speaking about the lean startup in what I hope will be a more interactive setting than the usual lecture-with-slides. It will probably be the first time I'll be able to take extensive Q&A on some of the new frameworks I'll be debuting at Web 2.0 Expo. As always, if you decide to attend, please come say hello. If you can't come but have a burning question anyway, please leave it as a comment. I'll do my best to respond.


  1. Finally! Registered.

  2. I won't be in Vancouver that week...that's unfortunate. Hopefully someone films it.

  3. That is great news. I have registered and will be attending from Ottawa! I look forward to seeing you there Eric.