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Welcome from Bosnia Agile

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Speaker Brief Session Introduction

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Complexity, context and collaboration from manufacturing software to creating a service relationship: Dave Snowden

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Break and Networking

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Let the Elephants Leave the Room: Tips for Making Development Life Leaner (M): Lemi Orhan Ergin

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Effective meetings in Agile teams (I): Denis Rudonja

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75

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Margaret Thatcher Auditorium

King Salman  Auditorium

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13:15

 

 

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From Agile Cat to Agile Tiger (M): Maria Ball and Joey Flint 

 

Agile Development - Why requirements matter (M): Fariz Saracevic

 

 

Workshop: User Story Mapping (M): Jason Jones

30

How to write effective requirements in an Agile environment (I)Matteo Taddei

30

14:00

14:45

Effective meetings for distributed teams (I)Marcus Degerman

Better User Stories (I): Matteo Cavucci

30

14:45

15:00

Break and Networking

15

15:00

15:45

Agile & Lean Movie Making (I): Utpal Chakraborty

Agile Testing - Adding values to agile teams: Adisa Sinanovic and Amela Teftedarija

 

Workshop: Building continuous improvement mindset with Improvement Theme (M): Jovan Vidic

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16:30

10 tips how to make your Scrum fail - or succeed if you want (M)Igor Parac

Principles of continuous improvement and Agile retrospectives (M): Vedran Nikolic

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16:30

16:45

Break and Networking

15

16:45

17:30

Agile in a Bank: From Pilot phase to Roll-out (M): Marco Trincardi

Always ready for release (M): Bogdan Costea

 

Unchaining the Analysts - making BDUF Scrum friendly (I): Amber Haley

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17:30

18:00

Retrospective and Closing Notes Bosnia Agile

30

Legend

(I) - Introduction Level, (M) - Medium Level, (A) - Advanced Level

Complexity, context and collaboration from manufacturing software to creating a service relationship by Dave Snowden

Manufacturing practices abound at Agile conferences but is software something that comes of a production line (albeit in small batch sizes)? Should we instead think of software development as a service? Can we combine unarticulated customer needs with novel technology to shift the business forward rather than simply respond to demand? Should we see applications as emergent properties of complex interactions between people and software objects over time? What sort of ecosystem (rather than architecture) is needed for such an approach? Using the popular Cynefin framework as a starting point, its creator will explore these questions.

Let the Elephants Leave the Room: Tips for Making Development Life Leaner by Lemi Orhan Ergin

As developers, we often complain about the efficiency problems we face while working. We work hard but produce so little that our whole development life turns into a hamster wheel at some point. One of the biggest reason of such a common problem is working in waste. Waste is in everywhere, in our source code, in the office, in our processes and even in management. In this session, I will talk about the wastes and how we can remove to make our development life leaner.

Effective meetings in Agile teams by Denis Rudonja

In every company we have huge number of meetings happening every day. Some of them are efficient, some of them are not. This brings the need for meeting models which will enforce meeting efficient and help everyone in getting the best outcome possible. Having in mind that well-run meeting leads to positive results and increased productivity, we created 3 meeting models to meet this expectation. These models are just frame around which facilitators can add and adjust specific things in order to allow people to develop solutions on each other’s ideas and expands the creativity of the group. These models are stressing important parts of 3 most commonly used types of meetings in any company. By using points from these models, you will increase efficiency of the meeting and bigger satisfaction from participants.

From Agile Cat to Agile Tiger by Joey Flint and Maria Ball

Managing the delivery and daily operations for multiple complex projects responsible for the delivery of media that receives over 200 million play requests per month can be challenging at best. Imagine doing this and having your developer resource cut by a third!

Changing ways of working in a ‘mature’ agile team of 50+ can in some ways be more challenging than introducing agile for the first time to a team. Everyone has an opinion and thinks they know how to ‘be agile’. In this session we talk about how, over the course of a year, we challenged ways of working for an ever shrinking team responsible for delivering media that receives over 200 million play requests per month. Our aim was to improve predictability of delivery without compromising software quality. This was achieved whilst continuously rolling out improvements and new capabilities to our service as well as providing 24/7 support.

Effective meetings for distributed teams by Marcus Degerman

Our organizations get more and more global, and we spend more and more time in distributed meetings where some or all of the participants connect through a video-conferencing system. Bad connections and different time zones are just part of the problem. Not being able to see one another properly or having a shared whiteboard where we can think together makes it hard to have meetings that go beyond status updates. We have developed and experienced numerous methods during our work with multiple global organizations. During this seminar, I will share some of our best tips and methods for having good discussions and problem-solving sessions and make your distributed meetings more effective and fun.

Agile Development – Why requirements matter by Fariz Saracevic

The clear benefits of agile development is a better collaboration, incremental delivery, early error detection and the elimination of unnecessary work—have made it the default approach for many teams. Some developers have questioned whether requirements fall into the category of unnecessary work, and can be cut down or even completely eliminated. Meanwhile, teams developing complex products, systems and regulated IT continue to have requirements-driven legacy processes.

So how does requirements management fit in an agile world? This session will take a look at requirements management and how it can bring significant value to agile development in regulated IT and complex product development projects, and sets out the characteristics of an effective requirements management approach in an agile environment.

How to write effective requirements in an Agile environment by Matteo Taddei

Clear and Effective Requirements are a key component of any Product Development LifeCycle (PDLC). In Agile requirements are collected using User Stories; in this talk we will cover what a User Story is, and the major characteristics a User Story should have to be clear and effective for any team.

Better User Stories by Matteo Cavucci

One of the biggest challenges of making things together is actually to communicate to other people what is our idea. Considering that humans are not so good at telepathy, the only tool we have is language. For years, people struggled on collect requirements in big books that no-one want read, until we discovered another way: telling stories. This talk is taking something very familiar to many, the "user story" format, and will explore it from an unusual point of view. We're going to see how to use it, how to avoid common pitfalls and how to get the real sense of "user stories".

Workshop: User Story Mapping by Jason Jones

Am interactive session to create a User Story Map, a powerful visualization tool that helps draw out user centric product features that can then be easily sliced into outcome & value driven releases / road map.

Agile & Lean Movie Making by Utpal Chakraborty

"Lean & Agile Movie Making” is a fresh, new and innovative topic (an experience of a novice movie makers team on Lean & Agile) and most importantly it has got a completely new dimension of imparting Agile, Lean & Kanban LIKE best practices from Movie Industry to the IT or other world like we did the same a decade back from Automobile Industry (Toyota).

The session also reiterates the fact that Lean & Agile principles are not specific and limited for to any specific industry but the same can be applied to any industry and even in our day today work and get benefited.

Some of the learning outcome from the session are :

1. How some of the Lean & Agile Like (similar to Lean & Agile) best practices used in movie making for ages can be adopted in IT and vice versa. 

2. How Agile along with Six-Sigma Lean & Kanban can act as a Power Pack for cost cutting as well as excellence in production execution in movie making. 

3. Importance of special Tools and Techniques in movie making as well as in IT wherever there is a technical challenge or a creative constraint. 

5. Movie Production Envisioning vs. Agile Daily Scrum Meeting & backlog replenishment 

6. Movie Post-mortem vs. Agile Retrospective 

7. Film Budgeting vs. Agile Estimation

Agile Testing - Adding values to agile teams by Adisa Sinanovic and Amela Teftedarija

Is tester’s role on agile project same as the one on traditional project? What values testers add to agile teams? What are the problems most commonly encountered? Do testers need to know how to write code? Is automated testing key solution to all these problems? We'll try to answer these questions and explore some real examples from our projects and our testing community. 

Testers need to understand the values and principles that support agile projects, and how testers are an integral part of a whole-team approach together with developers and business representatives.

10 tips how to make your Scrum fail - or succeed if you want by Igor Parac

Scrum fails quite often. Sometimes it seems like people deliberately avoid to use it properly.

Let's investigate 10 common reasons why this happens. Let's see how teams fall in the trap by misusing or forgetting core agile principles. Also, let's talk about how to recognize, prevent and avoid common pitfalls when implementing Scrum in Agile environment.

Principles of continuous improvement and Agile retrospectives by Vedran Nikolic

 

Vedran will be talking about Principles of continuous Improvement, Agile retrospective essentials as well as best practices in hosting successful retrospective meetings.

Workshop: Building continuous improvement mindset with Improvement Theme by Jovan Vidic

Agile retrospectives have been very popular and widely accepted practice in today's software development. Many teams are trying to figure out ways how to find better ways to develop a software. On that journey many of them are left frustrated with retrospective process and outcomes. Having a retrospective after an iteration is the most commonly used approach by development teams. Unfortunately, very often this is not bringing desired results.

People are complaining that retrospective topics are too dependent on recent events and that there is not enough focus on important topics. What also happens very often is that the actions are agreed, but nothing is actually done in following iterations.

So, the question is what could we do to get everyone on same page?

One approach to this problem is to understand what is really needed to implement the change. Teams need to get rid off old and build new habits, more focused and experimental. Improvement Theme is a tool in the form of a poster created by Jimmy Janlén from Crisp. As author describes, it works as a conveyor belt for continuous improvements once the retrospective is over. The tool is modification of the Toyota Kata concept.

Improvement theme consists of five areas:

  1. Name of the Improvement Theme
  2. Now/Problem – Description of the current situation
  3. Definition of Awesome – How would we like it to be?
  4. Next Target Condition – X weeks from now, what has changed?
  5. First Steps – 3 slots for three post-its that describe the first (next) actions we will take?

In this workshop you are going to experience how it is to create improvement theme in a collaborative environment. You are also going to learn which questions to ask in each stage of the process and how to follow up after the theme is created.

Agile in a Bank: From Concept to Rollout by Marco Trincardi

Most of the banks in Italy are trying to move to Agile. As expected, it is a long journey to introduce an Agile mindset in a organization of this size and culture, a journey with a lot of pitfalls.

How to manage the change process in practice?

What difficulties are faced during the introduction of an empirical process in a control culture?

What’s needed to move from pilot phase to roll out and let Agile be an accepted methodology to run projects and business?

In this session, I will answer those questions (and many others), sharing my two years experience in introducing Agile in one of the most important Italian Bank.

Always ready for release by Bogdan Costea

Agility is not about following a process, it's about delivering on expectations and that's way easier when you have a good release pipeline that automates as much of the process as possible.

Being able to release and deploy to production at any time doesn't imply that you're going to do it, it just means you are ready to do it at any time, and who doesn't want that right?

The talk goes through the evolution of release automation starting with automated builds, unit testing, CI, continuous delivery and continuous deployment with lots of examples and a couple of demos (a setup for a complex Java enterprise app and a simple ruby Sinatra web app)

Unchaining the Analysts - making BDUF Scrum friendly by Amber Haley

Project managers, product owners and most people who are NOT developers struggle with defining a heavily technical solution... And business analysts of the traditional nature have this technical nous, but struggle to make the transition to using agile frameworks because of the lingering hangover of BDUF/BRUF. Simply adding a BA to your team will likely create more problems than solutions without re-engineering the need to know all the facts into something that fits "just enough and Just in time".

But it doesn't have to be this way.

In this case study based presentation I explore exact the exact methods we used to upskill a Business analyst or requirements engineer, and massage their skillset into a key role that can insure that quality, detail rich stories go into any agile process, while bridging the communication gap and bringing a wealth of "Big Picture" thinking to the bite sized chunks of Scrum development.

 

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8:55

Registration

55

9:00

9:15

Welcome from Bosnia Agile

15

9:15

9:30

Welcome from UK Embassy

15

9:30

10:15

IoT: Understanding its potential and what makes it tick! by Mark Torr  

45

10:15

10:30

Break and Networking

15

10:30

11:30

Industrial IoT & Smart City by Nerma Šečić-Haračić and Nedim Bijedić 

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11:30

12:15

Verso IoT experience – What have we learned from implementations all over the world by Ivica Gašparić 

45

12:15

13:30

Lunch

75

 

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The orchestrator of a smarter world by Dipl.Ing. Adela Mehic-Dzanic and Thomas Kanzler

IoT IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES and the future of IoT connectivity by Matija Puskar 

 

  

Workshop: How to safely communicate with household appliances by Admir Tuzović 

30

 14:00

14:30

Oracle Digital Business Transformation and Internet of Things by Ermin Prašović 

30

14:30

15:00

Small startup, big impact in IoT by Mensur Đogić 

30

15:00

15:15

Break and Networking

15

15:15

15:45

From potatoes to beer, IoT is everywhere by Dr. Srđan Krčo 

 

 

Workshop: How to safely communicate with household appliances by Admir Tuzović 

30

15:45

16:15

Connect, Secure & Automate the Distribution Grid with CISCO SCADA RTU - Eximprod ES-200 by Sabin Posea 

30

16:15

16:45

Developing Enterprise-Level IoT Solutions by Fariz Saračević 

30

16:45

17:15

How to reach the moon - for real? by Nebojša Stanojević 

30

17:15

17:30

Retrospective and Closing Notes Bosnia Agile

15

IoT: Understanding its potential and what makes it tick! by Mark Torr

This presentation will discuss why IoT has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our lives by explaining what enables it today and the promise holds for our future. In addition the presentation will dive into the components you need in a IoT solution using Microsoft Azure services to demonstrate them in action as we build a live IoT application on stage!

Industrial IoT & Smart City by Nerma Šečić-Haračić and Elvir Brkić

This session will try to cover effects that IoT revolution is having on industrial equipment and industrial system (which are traditionally closed legacy systems) implementation projects. Session will also cover how industrial revolution has affected “smart” solutions like Smart City.

Verso IoT experience – What have we learned from implementations all over the world by Ivica Gašparić

IoT projects face many obstacles on their journey from idea to end-to-end solution. Technology is less an issue, with many vendors and solutions emerging every day. This brings optimism, but also concerns about proper future proof choice and interoperability issues. Even bigger concerns are present in business model definition, business cases creation, go-to-market strategy preparation which requires organizational changes that companies need to conduct in order to be long-term successful in the IoT domain. Verso deploys many projects worldwide, focusing mainly on communication part of IoT solution, however being involved in business discussion as well. What are common technological and business obstacles and what are best practices to resolve them will be the main feature of our presentation.

The orchestrator of a smarter world by Dipl.Ing. Adela Mehic-Dzanic and Thomas Kanzler

IoT IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES and the future of IoT connectivity by Matija Puskar

Everything around us is getting smarter. A digital layer is being put on top of everything electrical and mechanical out there. All these things that no longer are just things – The wise, the smart, the intelligent, the connected, the intertwined and the synced. We know them by heart. We let them share knowledge to learn from each other, becoming wiser every day. So we can get smarter with our world.

Oracle Digital Business Transformation and Internet of Things by Ermin Prašović

This session discuss solutions and Oracle strategy to support digital transformation for companies interested in their business transformation path as well as how to allign with modern trends brought by digitalization. Second part of this session discuss news Oracle has in its offer for the Internet of Things (IoT) services and including solutions based on IoT.

Small startup, big impact in IoT by Mensur Đogić

Thanks to many open source codes and projects, as well as the accessibility of various hardware parts, mainly different smart devices, it is possible to easily and quickly develop an idea that can have a great impact on local and global IoT market that is expected to worth around 661.74 Billion USD until 2021. 

One of the most important things in IoT world is that every startup has the same chance to become successful. There are many opportunities to turn ‘everyday’ things and not so smart devices into automatic and smart ones, connect them and create a smarter world that automatically reacts as life happens. Through our own story, we will show you our exciting journey from being a startup to becoming a company and all the possibilities and impact that we can have on the world with our solutions. 

How to safely communicate with household appliances by Admir Tuzović

Things or devices are all around us - Arduino microcontrollers, mobile phones, laptops, your TV and refrigerator. The two most common issues that companies face through IoT System prototype development: How to make a new innovative way of communication with devices and how to secure a system from external intrusion? If you want to know how you can make a bot for the Slack speech-recognition and how the bot can manage Raspberry Pi 3 device using global standards for data protection, this lecture is the place for you!

From potatoes to beer, IoT is everywhere by Dr. Srđan Krčo

Several examples of how IoT technologies has been used to improve agriculture production, create smart cities and optimize industrial processes will be presented. Architecture of the solutions and deployment experience will be accompanied with the business rationale, including an overview of the IoT ecosystem structure and roles of stakeholders.

Connect, Secure & Automate the Distribution Grid with CISCO SCADA RTU - Eximprod ES-200 by Sabin Posea

We are proud to present one of the biggest Innovations in the Energy Utilities sector, developed from scratch to address the Smart Grid challenge of connecting hundreds of thousands of Electrical Secondary Sub-Stations, while ensuring SCADA Automation and Security in each sub-station, all in a cost-effective, easy to manage solution. While traditionally, the SCADA RTU, Router and Firewall components have been thought about as 3 different physical devices, Cisco, together with Eximprod Group, have developed a 3-in-1 device, that encompasses all 3 functionalities. We have named it the Cisco Scada Gateway. As a SCADA RTU, the device works with any SCADA Dispatcher and offers superior RTU functionality. As a Router, the device offers the full functionality of Cisco IOS having the Cisco IR809 as a hardware platform, capable of multi-protocol connectivity, including dual-sim 4G. As a Firewall, the device includes a full-features zone-based firewall solution, to segment and govern network access through the SCADA network. 

Developing Enterprise-Level IoT Solutions by Fariz Saracevic

This session will present challenges with building enterprise-level IoT solutions, the use of Continuous Engineering practices and lifecycle management tools to address those challenges, and the resulting business value from the perspective of business and engineering leaders. One of the scenarios that we will look at more details is around IoT-connected car.

How to reach the moon - for real? by Nebojša Stanojević

How is a team built on a constellation of international people, dreamers, builders and artists from all over the world able to achieve something that was only possible by governments, to send robot on the Moon? Nebojsa Stanojević, founder of Synergy Moon - Coalition of Dreams in Google Lunar X-PRIZE from Tuzla, Bosnia will share his path from dreamer to a leader in a quest for stars.

 

Bosnia Agile objavljuje niz treninga planiranih za prvih 6 mjeseci. Po jedinstvenim, najpovoljnijim cijenama u Evropi, dođite u Sarajevo i potvrdite svoje znanje i iskustvo certifikacijom kod vodećeg Scrum autoriteta u IT industriji. 

Scrum Masterclass je neoficijelni Proffesional Scrum Master dvodnevni trening koji će polaznicima obuke ponuditi puni uvid u principe agilnog razvoja proizvoda, te koncepte i prakse koje definiše Scrum framework. Cilj ovog treninga je da polaznicima osigura jasno razumijevanje Scrum teorije, osnova i motivacije za primjenu Scrum-a, te da objasni mehanizme njegove praktične primjene u razvojnim projektima, kako bi se projekti implementirali na vrijeme, u predviđenom budžetu i na zadovoljstvo krajnjeg korisnika. Poslije završenog treniniga polaznici će biti u stanju efikasnije obavljati ulogu Scrum Master-a odnosno člana razvojnog tima u Scrum projektima.

Trening se izvodi u visoko interaktivnom i kolaborativnom formatu sa elementima predavanja, grupnih diskusija, vježbi, igara i simulacija u učionici.

Postanite Scrum.org certificirani PROFESSIONAL SCRUM MASTER | 12.-13.03.2015. Sarajevo

Na ovom kursu prezentirat ćemo vam sva potrebna znanja za uspješno polaganje Scrum.org Proffesional Scrum Master I certifikacijskog ispita. 

Polaznici treninga koji polože certifikacijski ispit dobiće PSM I certifikat koji je svjetski priznati i vodeći Scrum certifikat u IT industriji. 

Na današnjem kompetetivnom tržištu, Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) kredencijal vas i vašu kompaniju može izdvojiti u odnosu na ostale. Radeći u seriji sprintova, timovi polaznika treninga će naučiti sarađivati, primjenjujući moderne inženjerske prakse i koristeći Scrum okvir, u razvoju inkrementa potencijalno isporučivih funkcionalnosti iz realističnog Product Backlog-a.

Postanite Scrum.org certificirani PROFESSIONAL SCRUM DEVELOPER | 06.-08.05.2015. Sarajevo

Trodnevni Scrum.org certificirani PSD kurs sa .NET ili Java track-om, naučiti će vas pravljenju izvrsnog software-a korištenjem Scrum okvira.

Profesionalni Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) je dvodnevni kurs o maksimiziranju vrijednosti softwareskih proizvoda i sistema. Product Ownership je uloga koja zahtjeva više od znanja pisanja zahtjeva i upravljanja Product Backlog-om - potrebno je razviti konkretno razumjevanje svega što utiče na povećanje vrijednosti proizvoda. Pridružite nam se na cutting-edge kursu za Product Owner-e, agilne produkt menadžere i sve odgovorne za uspjeh software-skih proizvoda na današnjem turbulentnom tržištu.

Postanite Scrum.org certificirani PROFESSIONAL SCRUM PRODUCT OWNER | 31.05.-02.06.2015. Sarajevo

Treći dan, tim će uživati u zabavnoj i uzbudljivoj rafting team building aktivnosti. Ovo je jedinstvena prilika da učite, zabavite se i certificirate se.

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We are a nonprofit membership organization that encourages and supports the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum. We provide advocacy, community, and education to support this movement, equip our members, and help them succeed with Scrum in software development and beyond. Learn more at www.ScrumAlliance.org and come sprint with us!

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Authority Partners is a leading and global IT services company with over 18 years of experience across multiple industries, including financial services, health care, real estate, hospitality, disaster response, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications. We specialize in Microsoft technology stack for enterprises, as well as popular mobile platform, allowing for a customized array of solutions for any challenge, big or small. We are internally committed to agile methodologies, but have extensive experience seamlessly collaborating with our clients using other development processes. Our company headquarters is located in Irvine, California, and we have offices in Sarajevo and Tuzla, with over 250 employees.

 

By integrating innovative technology we at Comtrade reshape existing business models so our clients can successfully deal with business challenges of today and become industry leaders in their domains.

With a proven track record of delivering industry-leading IT solutions and software engineering services, Comtrade has become a trusted developer of end-to-end technology products and solutions in various industries. Our customers are some of the world’s most renowned businesses spanning a number of industries, including government, financial institutions, healthcare, telecommunication providers, high-tech vendors, gaming vendors and enterprises. For more information go to www.comtrade.com.

  We are a consultancy company that is excellent at developing solutions with software and developing people and businesses. We’ve been doing this since 1996. Today we are one of the leading companies in Scandinavia within Lean & Agile. We have a total of 200 employees at sites in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Karlskrona, Växjö and Sarajevo. Softhouse is a privately-owned Swedish company, that shown growth and profitability every year. 
ZIRA has been successfully delivering BSS solutions for 20 years to 50+ telecommunication operators across 22 countries. ZIRA works closely with customers to implement fully integrated and modular solutions that support legacy investments for customer, revenue and risk management across all business domains (wireline, wireless and IP). ZIRA is committed to helping customers prepare for the future by driving agility, improving insight and reducing complexities in business operations. Customer trust, commitment to exceptionally short delivery time and an innovative approach are what ZIRA is well known for and is confirmed by their long-term relationships and their customer’s business excellence. For more information, visit: www.zira.com.ba.
   

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codecentric d.o.o. is a subsidiary of the codecentric AG, an expert in custom software development and one of the leading German providers in the areas of agility, architecture, Java performance, Java and Enterprise content Management.

codecentric nearshore teams in Doboj and Banjaluka are made of highly qualified experts who are able to realize fast, affordably and of the highest quality IT projects based on Java.

codecentric combines the expertise of the best IT architects and software developers to create software solutions for the future.

More information about codecentric products, services and technologies can be found on https://www.codecentric.de/.

Mistral Tech is a software product development company which has grown into a prominent leader in the software industry in the region. We specialize in designing and developing bespoke web and cross-platform mobile apps for various industries.

Our values focus on nourishing team spirit and proving work-life balance so that our teams are motivated and productive. We maintain close relationships with our clients, many of whom were introduced to agile methodologies through working with us. Mistral’s offices are in Atlanta, US and Sarajevo, BiH.

Symphony is a culture-driven technology house! We crack the toughest challenges in tech by inspiring engineers to do their life's work. In Symphony, we work on the kinds of challenges that keep entrepreneurs up at night and we build the teams and spaces that get engineers up in the morning. Our vision is to build the work culture of the future, where borders, geography and citizenship don't stop the best engineers globally from delivering world class work that matters.

We stand shoulder to shoulder with the most creative entrepreneurs in the valley and the world. We're full stack and our fully integrated teams work on machine learning, augmented reality, biotechnology and more.

Symphony is building a global community - not just a company - where bright minds want to work and play.

To find out more about Symphony, our work, culture and environment, projects, available job positions, try our website or profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn

   

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Agile Alliance has been serving and supporting the Agile software community since 2001.  In addition to our annual conference, we also provide financial and organizational support to scores of local, regional and special interest conferences and user groups worldwide. 

Atlantbh has been successfully delivering custom software systems for more than 16 years.

We are an established and dynamic software development company proudly employing ambitious and creative engineers, designers and administrators. We have rich and diverse experience in providing Software Development, Outsourcing, Project Management and Consulting.

Through our talented team, we offer a wide range of expertise across different technologies and are committed to open source and best-of-breed technologies with extensive experience in Java, Ruby on Rails, Mobile, Hadoop, Amazon EC2, Elastic MapReduce and S3, HBase, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Solr, GIS and Mahout.

CROZ is Croatian IT company that provides services in the financial and public sectors and in other large information systems. The services include turn-key projects or specialized education, consulting and implementation services. CROZ’s team counts more than 200 employees located in Zagreb, Belgrade and Ljubljana.

Main areas of expertise include custom software development, consulting - use of Agile methodology, DevOps concept, micro-services, Enterprise Architecture; Mainframe services - system integration and consulting; Business Analytics, DWH, BI, Big Data and advanced analytics; IBM Technology and Tools - system and application integration; Testing services -  testing tools and Functional testing, Performance testing and Security testing and Managed Services - proactive management and system infrastructure maintenance.

More information about CROZ d.o.o. products, services and technologies can be found on http://www.croz.net/eng/

Infobip is a leading provider of cloud mobile messaging and payments services worldwide, with more than 200,000 customers and 300 mobile operators who trust Infobip to provide amazing mobile experiences, thus creating a better mobile world. Since 2002, our mission has been to create seamless interactions between people and enterprises through mobile. Last year, over half of the worlds’s population interacted with business through the Infobip profile. By 2018 we want to interact with every mobile user on the earth. As an integral part of the SMS industry evolution, we are committed to building mobile services that just work while having fun in the process. Our company has more than 40 offices worldwide with over 800 employees and we’re just starting.
SCRUM ALLIANCE® is a membership organization that encourages and supports the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum. Learn more about Scrum. We’re a nonprofit, which means we care about you, not about making a certain income for owners or shareholders. Our revenue goes right back into the association in the form of member Advocacy, Community, and Education. 

Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (SSST) is the only university in BiH and the region which provides its students with an international degree. SSST undergraduates and postgraduates receive two diplomas: from SSST and from the University of Buckingham (UK).

SSST offers academic programmes in Computer Science and Information Systems, Economics, Political Science and International Relations, Modern Languages (English/ German), Engineering Sciences, Film Directing (Sarajevo Film Academy) and Medicine (Sarajevo Medical School).

The SSST curriculum, taught  entirely in English, is designed to create confident and globally-minded graduates. Learning English and German is mandatory for all SSST students. They gain specialization in two fields of expertise (major and minor), learn practical skills and do internships.

Its graduates get accepted to the best postgraduate programmes around the world, and are employed by leading companies. SSST offers 50 scholarships to its best candidates each academic year.

For more information, visit http://ssst.edu.ba/ and Facebook

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