November 8 – 13, 2020

Hybrid Edition!


Code of Conduct for Online Events

For all our on-site events we have a Code of Conduct to ensure a safe and harassment-free experience for everyone. We also want our online events to be as safe as our on-site events.

This Code of Conduct was created to clearly define what we mean by a harassment-free experience, so that everyone in our community is clear about our intent and have access to procedures for addressing issues, should they arise:

All attendees, speakers, sponsors, partners and volunteers (hereafter referred to as "participants") of our online events (e.g./but not limited to: Tea O’Clock, webinars etc.) must abide by the following Code of Conduct. Organizers will enforce this code throughout all online events.

All of our online participants should feel comfortable attending. Because we value diversity, inclusivity and community, we strive to include also the underrepresented groups in tech. We specifically include all people who identify as women or men, transgender, enby (non-binary) or gender non-conforming. Above all, our mission is to provide a safe space for all to learn and grow professionally.

Trusted Online Friends

AgileTD is proud to present our group of Trusted Online Friends. You can reach out to them anytime. The Trusted Online Friends are there for all our attendees and will take care of any reportings of negative incidents violating the online event's Code of Conduct.

Since 2017 the AgileTD Trusted Online Friends help to ensure that the Code of Conduct is enforced so that all attendees have a good experience.


Stefanie Mania (ATD Staff)


Gitte Klitgaard


Mike Talks

Updated: June 05, 2020

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