Tag: conference

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Agile in the Ether’s first remote conference

Agile in the Ether tweet: I’m thinking about running a small remote one day conference, a mix of short talks and unconference style sessions. Maybe in May - does that sound like a good thing?

I run a remote meet-up called Agile in the Ether. A while back I asked twitter followers if I should extend it out to a conference and they said yes, so I did and it was great. This is what happened and what I learnt. Remote meeting is a hot topic, remote meet-ups and conferences …

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Agile on the Bench goes Camping, the minimum viable conference

Those of you who read my blog, or follow my twitter account will have seen that I co-run a meet-up called Agile on the Bench. This summer we are taking the idea forward to a one day conference in a campsite.

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Agile on the Bench #3

There was a great turn out for the third, chilly but sunny Agile on the Bench last Wednesday lunch time, thanks for everyone that made it along and contributing to the discussions. We had three great speakers, Craig Strong talking about value, Darci Dutcher on goals and the psychology writing things down and John V …

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Doing Agile on a bench: A minimum viable event

Jessica Wittebort talking at Agile on the Bench

I recently embarked on a new project with David Lowe to run low cost, low effort meet-up over lunchtime on a park bench, called Agile on the Bench. It started, like so many good ideas with a random chat in between meetings, what if we did a low cost, very social agile event on a park …