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Agile conference traditionally publishes proceedings (that’s where you find all research papers and experience reports).
Attendees also receive a CD or a memory stick with tutorial materials (decks, handouts, demos etc.).
Several main stage talks are available as webcasts.
What about workshops? A workshop is really an opportunity for attendees to learn more from each other as opposed to from a lecturer/facilitator/presenter. Thus, typically, there is not much material produced ahead of time, when the proceedings and conference cds are being assembled. However, a good wealth of knowledge has been captured in workshop summaries that we encouraged workshop facilitators to publish on the conference public wiki after the conference: http://agile2008toronto.pbwiki.com/Agile2008+Sessions
Take a look!
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