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Preparing Silicon Valley Scrum(mit) V2.0
Time to plan the Silicon Valley Scrum(mit) V2.0 Hi folks. As you may recall last March we held the first ever Silicon Valley Scrum(mit) in the Santa Clara Convention Center. We pulled it together at the last minute because we got the free use of a conference venue. We found out the room was available just six weeks before our conference began. Even so we had a good group of speakers and the event was well attended. We definitely did a “quick and dirty” job last time. How about we do it right this time! How would you like to join a cross-functional self-organizing team of people focused on pulling together the Silicon Valley Scrum(mit) V2.0? We need a team of no more than 9 people to work through the preparation, staging and execution of the second Scrum(mit) sometime next year. The “product backlog” for the event includes the following items: Set the date Set the budget Arrange the location Solicit and recruit speakers Set the conference format 1 day? 2 days? Breakout sessions? Etc. Finance Sell tickets? Sell sponsorships? KickStarter or GoFundMe site? Video recording/production Event program handout Signage Publicity and Advertising Etc. Etc. Etc. I’m scheduling an initial Meetup Meeting to get the team formed and to start refining this product backlog. The meeting is called “Preparing for Silicon Valley Scrum(mit) V2.0. Signups will be limited to nine people. If you are interested in helping “Scrum” this event, then sign up fast before all 9 slots are gone. Thanks in advance for joining the team. I’ll see you at the meeting! --Fred PS: The $5.00 registration fee will be refunded in cash at the meeting. If you sign up and show up, you get your money back. If you sign up and do not show up, I keep the $5.00. --F

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This is a group for South Bay Scrum professionals and others who wish to network together in order to explore the Scrum Framework and how to apply it in the "real world". Discussion topics will include how to apply Scrum's problem solving approach in contexts other than software development, sharing experiences in leading Scrum transformations, and a general exchange of Scrum "war stories". NOTE: people who wish to learn about and explore Scrum are also welcome!

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