February Agile Lunch Bunch @CAMP3 (Mansell Rd east of 400)

Feb 16, 2018 · Alpharetta, United States of America

We're going to Meetup at CAMP3 for Feb. Some of you know Sandra Anderson from one of our previous meetups, who connected with Craig Gannsle who started CAMP3 focused on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other innovations. FarenheitIT has kindly agreed to cover pizza for the event as well, so please join us at their location: 3820 Mansell Rd. Suite 150
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Agenda begins with optional Lightning Talk "Openers" before moving into Lean Coffee format. If you want to propose a Lightning Talk, feel go with the standard Agile Alliance conference format of 3 min slideless, 5 slides in 5 min, or 7 min Pecha Kucha (20 slides, 20 sec).

Then we'll shift to an adapted Lean Coffee format (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhG-A-kRPAU) so come load our backlog with your interests, questions, and ideas. We've had great feedback on how the ensuing dialogue will really get a feel for the "pulse" of the Atlanta Agile community. Consistently strong engagement and interactions have sparked our learning.

Lunch will be provided! Please keep the input on how to best optimize and evolve the dialogue!

See you all there!

Rob Phillips

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  • Scaling Agile Atlanta

    This scaling agile start-up group was created to provide a place to get together so that we can all learn and collaborate about a variety of methods for implementing lean|agile methods in large enterprises--including but not limited to: Kanban, SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework), DaD (Disciplined agile Delivery), Lean Start-up methodologies, as well as related Agile Methodologies and practices such as XP and FDD (Feature Driven Development). As a group, we will look at how these methods relate to business model

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