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Lisle, IL
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1. Popular approaches to cards. What info goes on them and where? How are colors used? 2. Metrics/reports useful to convince management your 'wacky' agile idea actually provided value. 3. One per meeting, a thorough discussion of each major subject (burndown chart, estimation, retrospective best practices, etc.) 4. What is Agile? Is Scrum+XP the most popular Agile impl? What are emerging alternatives? What about Lean, Kanban, etc? Are these replacements or are they merged with Scrum? 5. What is an Agile coach? Why do we need them? How long? How does a company implement Agile and ensure it is being done correctly? 6. Agile myths: what are they and what do Agile folks say about them?


I've been attending this group's meetings for several years. Good mix of speakers, discussion and networking. Dan is awesome. Reid is going far, so get to know him while he still takes your calls. Glenn, on the other hand, is already a legend.

What Eric is saying about this Meetup Group

Picked up a lot of great information at these meetings. Agile practioneers are a vibrant community and provide invaluable information regarding best practices, obstacles to implementation, creative solutions to difficult challenges, and more. I continue to learn new things at these meetings and try to make as many as my busy schedule allows.

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