Agile Tour 2017

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25. November 2017


a selection of last year's keynote speakers:

David Evans


Joakim Sundén


Luke Hohmann



A great day all about Agile Development.

It's about agile

The Agile Tour Vienna is a non-profit event that brings together experts, practioners and anyone else interested in agile software development.


We are looking to find the perfect balance between international experts on Agile Development and practitioners from the local community.


The primary conference language is German, but we also welcome talks in English and look forward to exchanging ideas and insights with international participants.

"Thanks for organising a fantastic Agile Tour Vienna. Really glad to be a part of it" - Dan North

"Think outside the box with motivating speakers, a social crowd and delicious coffee" - Vistor 2015

"Super Event zu einem Super Preis!" - Visitor 2014

"Worth spending a sunny Saturday indoors! :)" - Visitor 2013

Look Back

Talks from last year's Agile Tour Vienna.


    Joakim Sundén

    "Tribes, Squads, Chapters and Guilds: Agile at Scale at Spotify"

     talk on vimeo


    Luke Hohmann

    "Awesome Superproblems"

     talk on vimeo


    David Evans

    "The Pillars of Agile Testing"

     talk on vimeo


    Klaus Leopold

    "Team-Optimierung führt zu schlechtem Unternehmens-Output"

     talk on vimeo

  • more



    A summary of the entire Agile Tour history can be found on our wiki.

     Agile-Tour Wiki

Call for Proposals

  1. Juni 1st, 2017

    Call for Proposals Starts

    We invite all agile practitioners to present their talks at Agile Tour 2016. The main conference language is German, but talks in English are also welcome.


    Talks or workshops should cover topics from one of the following areas:

    Organization in agile projects or companies
    Technical best practices and useful tools
    Requirements and testing in agile projects
    Economic questions, project performance and business considerations

    In particular, we are looking for contributions involving customers and real life case studies (the more state-of-the-art and experimental, the merrier – people who dare to try should be on stage). Please bring your customer or customer project with you.

    Session Formats

    Possible session formats (each 45 minutes) are:

    Classical talk
    Interactive sessions / workshops
    Practitioner report (case studies)

    If your proposed session involves longer exercises or a special format, you can also offer a session requiring two 45-minute slots.

    You will also have the opportunity to engage in discussion with other attendees in an Open Jam area, where you can post topics and questions that anyone can read and reply to.

  2. October 2nd, 2017

    Applicants receive Feedback

    During this time, all applicants will have access to the current state of their reviews and have the opportunity to improve their proposal and submit a response. The reviews are submitted by the content committee and reviewers from the community.

    Respond to Feedback

    Please keep in mind the following during this process:

    The response should focus on any questions or misunderstandings posed by the reviewers.
    The review response period is an opportunity to react to the reviews, but not a requirement to do so. Thus, if you feel the reviews are accurate and the reviewers have not asked any questions, then you do not have to respond.
    The reviews are as submitted by the PC members, without any coordination between them. Thus, there may be inconsistencies.
    The program committee will read your responses carefully and take this information into account during the final decision.

    To submit your response you should log on and select your submission in the menu-bar. Help is provided by this step-by-step instruction.

  3. Applicants submit response to Feedback

    October 16th, 2017

    This is the deadline for all applicants to submit their respond. This will hopefully solve all outstanding questions and issues. Based on the given reviews, the Content Committee will start to create the schedule and select the final Speakers. You will be informed in both cases, weither you are accepted or not.

  4. October 31st, 2017

    Final Speaker Announcement

    The schedule is finalized and will be announced on the website.



FH Technikum Wien

Austria's largest technical University of Applied Sciences is the venue for Agile Tour Vienna


FH Technikum Wien
Höchstädtplatz 6
1200 Wien

Public Transport Connections

  • Subway: U6, station Dresdner Strasse
  • Trams: Lines 2, 31, 33, station Höchstädtplatz
  • Train: Handelskai or Traisengasse
  • Bus: 37A, station Höchstädtplatz

Our Team

  For general information please send an email to:

Veronika Winter


David Leitner


Content Committee

Florian Eckkrammer

Content Committee

Veronika Kotrba & Ralph Miarka

Content Committee

Rudolf Groetz

Content Committee

Franz Hofer

Content Committee

Christian Hassa

Content Committee

Looking for contribution


Unterstützen Sie uns als Reviewteam-Mitglied

Wie in den vergangenen Jahren, arbeiten wir auch heuer bereits intensiv an einem hochwertigen und ausgewogenen Programm für die Agile Tour Vienna 2017. Du könntest uns dabei erstmals als Mitglied des Reviewteams unterstützen und aktiv das diesjährige Programm mitgestalten.

Wie kann man mitmachen?
  • Sende uns Deinen Lebenslauf an
  • Teile uns in einem Motivationsschreiben mit, warum gerade Du ein passendes Mitglied für unser Reviewteam bist.
Was wird erwartet?
  • Die Teilnahme an drei Meetings im September und Oktober in der TechTalk.
  • Jedes Proposal soll gelesen und evaluiert werden (ca 50 Stück).
  • Gute Englischkenntnisse, da die Proposals auch auf Englisch eingereicht werden können.

Wir freuen uns auf Deine Bewerbung!

Das Reviewteam