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AgileCamp Pacific Northwest - 9/6/17
Nike World Headquarters 
Tiger Woods Conference Center 
1 Bowerman Drive 
Beaverton, OR 97005

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Adam Weisbart

Weisbart Consulting
Certified Scrum Trainer

Adam Weisbart is an Agile Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer based in California, who helps organizations deliver high quality software with predictability and happiness. He offers coaching and consulting as well as both public and private classes. 

With over 19 years of experience in the tech trenches, Adam has written code as an individual contributor, run teams as a manager, and managed companies as an entrepreneur. His clients have included Oracle, Symantec, Hewlett Packard, and Pfizer. Since seeing the light of Scrum he has focused on helping teams embrace it — all in the name of transparency, innovation, and increased happiness. 

Adam operated his own Agile web application development consultancy, WebGlow, as CEO for almost a decade. He worked as a Team Lead then Senior Engineering Group Manager at LiveWorld, Inc, inventing a new product line, introducing the company to new technologies, and handling tactician and strategist duties. From there, Adam took a position as Deputy Director of Agile Practice at Granicus, Inc., transforming the way the company developed products. While he had seen the light of Scrum long before then, this position marked his ascension to the heights of Agile instruction and facilitation.

Since that stage of his career, Adam has worked as an Agile Coach for Agile Learning Labs, as a Certified Scrum Trainer for CollabNet, Inc. and for himself (and you) as the force with which to be reckoned at Weisbart Consulting. 

Adam is passionate about teaching. He has created numerous innovative modules on Scrum that have been used by Certified Scrum Trainers around the world for companies including Intel and Expedia. His training approach is interactive and immersive. He finds both humor and respectful informality make life and work regularly more appealing. 

When Adam isn’t teaching, he enjoys cycling, climbing, improvisational comedy, inserting joke entries in sequential lists, and making trouble. He lives outside of Seattle with his wife and young daughter, and loves writing about himself in 3rd person.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, September 6