Thursday, February 06, 2003

CALL FOR PAPERS: XP Agile Universe 2003

XP Agile Universe 2003
August 10-13, 2003 - New Orleans

Following the success of last year's conference, XP Agile Universe 2003 will bring together experts, practitioners and novices in the field of Extreme Programming and Agile Methods. High-quality, peer reviewed papers will provide an overview on the latest trends and will allow the industry practitioners to find out when and how these approaches can improve their software development processes. A large number of tutorials will prove helpful to those who desire greater insight into agile software processes. Technical workshops will be forums for discussing latest insights.

February 28, 2003
Deadlines for technical paper submissions, workshop proposals,
educator symposium paper submissions, tutorials proposals

Chairs: Frank Maurer ( Don Wells (
We seek technical papers documenting research, experiences, and new approaches/practices in Extreme Programming and Agile Methods.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
. New Agile Methods and TechniquesAgile Modeling and Design
. Scalability of Agile MethodsAgile Software Engineering
. Dispersed Agile TeamsBeyond Extreme Programming
. Ad Hoc and Hybrid MethodsPair Programming
. Open Source and AgilityRefactoring
. Tool Support for Agile MethodsAgile Testing and Quality Assurance
. Adoption, Education, and TrainingIssues of Frequent Deployment
. Agile ManagementTime-Constrained Requirements Engineering
. Customers and ContractsKnowledge Management in Agile Processes
. Lightweight PlanningLong Term Implications of Agile Methods
. Adding Agility to an OrganizationEmpirical Results and Validation
. Teamwork and CollaborationExperience Reports

Papers must be original and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Papers must be of high quality and well written. Papers may represent actual experience or fully researched ideas. Experience papers should be up to 6 pages. Papers reporting significant research results should be no more than 10 pages. Papers presenting opposing views are also strongly encouraged. All papers must be written in English. Papers will be peer-reviewed for originality, content, relevance, significance, and
correctness when compared to current trends in the field.

Each paper must include an title, author(s) address and email address, abstract, keyword list, body, summary or conclusion, acknowledgements, short
author biography, and well-populated bibliography. Please send submission electronically to PDF, Microsoft Word, or RTF formats are acceptable.

Conference Proceedings will be published by Springer as part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Final manuscripts need to be formatted according to the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science guidelines (


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