The Italian Agile Days is the main Italian conference aimed at people interested in Agile and Lean practices.
Follow us on social networks to keep you up to date on the event. You will also find there the link to the form to send us your applications to the "unconference" of the Friday afternoon.
Università degli Studi di Brescia - Facoltà d'Ingegneria - Via Branze 38
CSMT - Centro Servizi Multisettoriale e Tecnologico - Via Branze 45
Friday to Saturday
14-15 October 2022
You will be redirected to the tickets' list page, where you can get all the available tickets (conference, workshop, dinner) and where you can buy the t-shirt or simply make a free donation.
Make your reservation for Friday dinner at THE 45 restaurant, a great time to get to know organizers, speakers and conference attendees.
Purchase the conference t-shirt to make your participation in IAD 22 even more unique!
Please note that Italian Agile Day is a FREE event funded through donations from many of the participants and sponsorship from some companies.
How to donate
You can send a Bank Transfer to:
Intesa Sanpaolo IBAN IT39M0306909606100000103129
Indicate as the reason for payment:
“Contributo a Italian Agile Movement, C.F. 98180340170 per l’organizzazione di Italian Agile Days 2022”
Otherwise you can use PayPal
All coffee breaks during Friday's workshops will be held on first floor.
Want to become a sponsor? Take a look at the guide!
CSMT and University of Brescia
The Italian agile day will be held at the CSMT headquarters in via Branze 45, and at the University of Brescia in via Branze 38. Both venues are located on the northern outskirts of the city, and are excellently connected to the train station and the city center by the automatic subway ("Europa" stop).
For those arriving by car
For those arriving by car, the Brescia Ovest highway exit on the A4 (map) is the most convenient way to reach the University (about 10 minutes). Within the campus there are 3 large free car parks. A short distance away there are 2 other large paid car parks adjacent to the university campus of Medicine and the nearby Spedali Civili.
Some shots from the recent events