Deliver is a conference that brings people together to uncover better ways to deliver software and provide value within your organization and for your customers.
Deliver is a conference for designers, testers, architects, project managers, developers, business analysts, product managers, infrastructure professionals, and others.
Deliver will be happening October 11 – 12 2017. This two-day multi-track conference will feature sessions with a wide range of topics spanning development, management, culture, business analysis, design, quality, agile, lean, release management, and more! Registration will open in June 2017.
Deliver will be held on October 11 - 12, 2017.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada is the home of Deliver.
Canad Inns Destination Centre Polo Park is our venue.
Our call for speakers is now open until July 7th. Deliver covers airfare and up to three nights of hotel for out of town speakers. For more information on speaking at Deliver, including what types of topics and session styles we're looking for, please visit our PaperCall.io site via the button below!
D'Arcy Lussier is a Winnipeg based technologist with over 16 years of experience in software development and solution architecture. D'Arcy organizes the annual Prairie Developer Conference, a software development conference in Winnipeg and Regina. He is also part of the Microsoft Regional Director program and the Microsoft MVP program.
Ryan is a growth strategist who is passionate about marketing, sales, developing products/services, and strategy/execution. Ryan has worked with small to medium companies in all four areas and continues his journey with Winnipeg-based boutique Aboriginal Metis software company ID Fusion. Ryan is also a columnist with the Globe and Mail and runs his own weekly business show called Cut the Crap Podcast where he condenses a business book down to its core golden nuggets to save entrepreneurs, professionals, and students time from having to read or listen to long audiobooks. It's like Cliff Notes for business books!
Steve strives to co-create environments & systems where people will thrive and great things are inevitable. In seeking this goal, he has come to value simplicity, respect, continuous improvement, short feedback loops, and… post-it notes. He speaks regularly at conferences in Canada and the United States on agile topics and works at D2L in product management. You can read more about what he has learned at winnipegagilist.blogspot.com