Agile and Software Architecture Symposium

October 14th, 2015 - GelreDome, Arnhem

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Early bird: 25% off!

We're kicking off the ASAS 2015 ticket sales with an Early Bird offer. Buy your tickets before the 11th of June, use discountcode ASAS2015_EB and get 25% off. Make sure to be quick since we only have a limited amount of early bird tickets available.

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Norberto Leite at ASAS 2015

Norberto Leite is Technical Evangelist @ MongoDB. Norberto has been working for the last 5 years on large scalable and distributable application environments, both as advisor and engineer. Prior to MongoDB Norberto served as BigData Engineer at Telefonica.

Track: Practice

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New speaker: Darren Harris

Darren Harris is CTO of Capito Systems. He is a specialist in the development of high value and complex mobile and web-based applications. He has built up a broad and deep technical knowledge over the last 18 years and has worked for several large multi-national companies such as Reuters, Mazda and ING. He is a strong communicator and takes a pro-active approach to working with clients to develop the right solutions. Darren is an accomplished technical architect with an innovative mind giving him the ability to solve complex problems – unique traits which make a big difference in a start-up environment.

Track: Startup

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Learn from and engage with the best speakers: this track is all about learning new patterns, hearing about best practices and finding out more about software architecture and agile principles.


Here, we will be seeing real world applications of software architecture and agile principles.


In this track we will shine a light on revolutionary start ups that are going beyond basic technologies.


9:15 - 9:45 — Reception
9:50 - 9:55 — Opening
10:00 - 10:45 — Keynote

To be announced

10:45 - 11:00 — Break
11:00 - 11:45 — Talks

Stanimira Jelezova

The Architecture Owner Role

Henk Kolk

Architecture in the face of 400 agile teams

To be announced

11:50 - 12:35 — Talks

Gert Florijn and Eelco Romnes

Are there limits to agility?

Norberto Leite

Agility Combustion Engine

To be announced

12:35 - 13:30 — Lunch
13:30 - 14:15 — Talks

Chris Lukassen

Agile cathedrals, building things that matter

To be announced

Darren Harris

Ok, Computer: understanding me in the Internet of Things

14:20 - 15:05 — Talks

To be announced

Kasia Mrowca

How to defeat feature gluttony

To be announced

15:05 - 15:20 — Break
15:20 - 16:05 — Keynote

To be announced

16:05 - 17:00 — Drinks and Snacks



In order to make ASAS2015 as successful as possible, we need the best venue possible. Due to the great experience over the years, we've again chosen GelreDome in Arnhem as the venue for ASAS2015.

Save the date!

The fourth edition of our yearly Agile and Software Architecture Symposium will be held at the 14th of October 2015. We'd love to welcome you to our event so please make sure to save the date!


Tickets for our Symposium are €200 each (excl. VAT). Ticket sales will close October 9th. We only have a limited amount of tickets available so make sure to be quick or miss out!


Over the years we have had the pleasure of working together with partners such as Atlassian, Sogyo, MongoDB and This year, we're looking for new awesome partners. ASAS 2015 has all it takes to be a huge success. Make the most out of this success by putting your name out there. Be part of the success: become a partner.

Partner program

We offer three different partner programs. If you want to know more or if you wish to apply for a partner program please contact us. We're looking forward to welcoming you as our partner!

Bronze partner

2 tickets for ASAS 2015

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€ 750,-

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Gold partner


2 tickets for ASAS 2015

Logo on the flyer

Logo on banners

Logo in the opening presentation

€ 1500,-

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Silver partner

2 tickets for ASAS 2015

Logo on the flyer

Logo on banners

€ 1000,-

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ASAS 2015 is our fourth Agile and Software Architecture Symposium. We started with a small edition back in 2012 and used our experiences to get better every year. Since then, each edition has been bigger and better than the one before.

Did you miss one of the editions, or would you like to read more about the previous editions? Check them out!