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Agile Connexions is a Meetup community of Agile, code and development enthusiasts set-up by Learning Connexions (Agile, Scrum & Kanban training specialists). Sign up for their monthly newsletter!
The Agilist is a not-for-profit hand-to-hand distributed newsletter for the Agile and Lean community. £2.50 UK / $5.50 Rest of the World for your monthly analog agile news!
Scrum Alliance is a membership organization that encourages and supports the widespread adoption and effective practice of Scrum. You can get Scrum Alliance Education Units (SEUs) by attending Aginext.
Scrum Expert is a web site dedicated to present articles, blog posts, book reviews, tools, videos, news and other resources about Agile software development and project management with the Scrum approach.
Methods & Tools is a free monthly e-magazine providing practical expert knowledge for software development professionals, giving software development ideas more than one page to express themselves.
Balsamiq is the maker of the industry-leading rapid wireframing software that combines the simplicity of paper sketching with the power of a digital tool so that teams can focus on what’s important.
InfoQ, a news and community site with content currently published in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese, empowers software developers to be agents of change in their industries.
Agile About Today is a free and open-sourced magazine for managers. Do you have something to contribute to the thought leadership of the future of agile? Send it to us for curation and sharing.
In 1966, Computer Weekly became the world’s first magazine for IT professionals. It now focuses on modern IT management and tech news, including UK It jobs.
Aginext is first and foremost about community. If you run a Meetup or other group that would like to support our forward-thinking agile community, please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking at our friends from Europe, America, India we have an idea to organize Polish edition of Unconference for agile coaches, change agents, coaches, facilitators, product owners.
As the format proves to be highly successful, providing safe, open and collaborative space to share knowledge and insights on all our agile endeavours. As our industry is fairly young, we can be sure to share a lot from each other.
Berlin Mitte pulsates, is lively and inspiring. Here transformation is lived: East meets West, History meets Modernity. There is room for experimentation here – in creative minds and on factory floors. The former piano factory, where Aperto – An IBM Company is based, today serves not only as an office building but also as an inspiring venue for the Meetups of the “Agile Piano Berlin” community.
The Agile Rhône-Alpes Lyon Club “CARA Lyon” is an association under the 1901 law whose objectives are the promotion and dissemination of agile methods in the Rhône-Alpes region by all means of communication. This group’s sole objective is to enable collaboration between members of the Agile Rhône-Alpes Club in Lyon. There are other CARA in Rhône-Alpes.
We are a group of committed Scrum professionals looking to share best practice and encourage the adoption of Scrum in the West Midlands area. We welcome all those who are interested in Scrum to attend our meetings, to share and learn.
A better future of work depends on our self-awareness and ability to stop working in organisations where shareholder profits trump people and purpose. We believe that You and your ability to act, to lead change and to manage in your companies the way to change the future of work. Management is a collective responsibility and not just the responsibility of a select few.
We’re a friendly and welcoming diverse group of people who meet for gamified interactive learning, workshops, and talks about the future of work. We work together to learn how we can develop and transform ourselves, our teams and our organisations to be more aware, engaged, purpose-led, and impactful.
The challenges of a complex world call for management and leadership that embrace complexity and systemic thinking, and that “manage the system, not the people”.
The London Java Community (LJC) is a group of Java Enthusiasts who are interested in benefiting from shared knowledge in the industry. Through our forum and regular meetings you can keep in touch with the latest industry developments, learn new Java (& other JVM) technologies, meet other developers, discuss technical/non technical issues and network further throughout the Java Community.
We run regular meet ups geared towards information and knowledge sharing. We have a strong focus on agile delivery, so many of our meetups reflect being and doing agile from a delivery and project management perspective. We often have major speakers take the stage, lively Q&A’s, games workshops for learning and other events all oriented around creating an active professional community where we can learn and share with each other.
We’re a friendly group of professionals with a mixed level of experience, and we do our best to ensure that discussions are kept lively and fun.
DPML are proud supporters of Agnostic Agile: http://agnosticagile.org (http://agnosticagile.org/)
The meetup group of the Agile Belgium community. We organize regular drinkups and user group meetings. Come after work and meet people.
This London Meetup’s mission is to build a strong community where Agile Leaders can grow by sharing knowledge and learning from each other.
For those who like to develop Agile knowledge and skills, share industry insight, and delve deeper into the human side of Agile software development.
This Meetup isn’t just for software development, this is for complete Agile transformation and application across an organisation.
A global community focused on agile and organisational change, with advanced discussion, influential and relevant experts, certified courses, and a friendly group.
Since 2012, the Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) has been a great place to meet new people and learn at the same time.
Scrum Event is an endorsed Scrum Alliance User Group of Scrum advocates based and operating in London.
Aimed at professionals within the web industry who have an interest in software development and computer science. Regular meetups usually happening the last Tuesday of every month.
Agile Tour London is our annual sister conference in the Autumn which explores all aspects of agility and its adoption and implementation in a business environment.
This group is about discussing IT Contracting Topics, learning different ways of managing your contracting career, and networking.
The aim of the Community for Engineering Excellence group brings together people who are interested in DevOps, Test Automation, BDD, CI/CD, Security, Cloud and App Orchestration and more to form a community where we can share experiences and learn form each other.
We also promote collaboration, knowledge sharing and opportunities for those wishing to get into tech or to widen their understanding of the industry.