This group was formed to promote the adoption, and general discussion around Agile software development practices. I believe that the biggest challenge in developing software is communication. Projects usually fail due to bad communication. This is where Agile is strong. Agile practices emphasise communication. As a developer, socially constructing software is also a richer and more enjoyable experience. Doing "Agile" ordinarily means having short iterations of development, adopting a test driven approach, continuous integration, pair programming, design patterns and refactoring to improve quality both in experience and delivery.
I love to work in agile environments. From my impressions so far, these seem a little few and far between here in Singapore. The use of Agile methods in Singapore appears to be in its infancy, its not the "status quo".
Everyone is most welcome to this new group. From curious newcomers who wish to learn more about what "doing Agile" means, and experienced old hands from the trenches who have valuable know-how to share. The aim of this group is not just to discuss process, but also to talk about different languages, tools and technologies that are well suited to these environments. And perhaps have a beer too :-).