Agile, People, Project Management, Requirements, Scrum

Agile Winnipeg User Group is alive!

I was fortunate enough to attend the Inaugural Agile Winnipeg User Group meeting last week and the presentation given by Steve Rogalsky and Doug Kok was awesome. Over 60 people came out from a multitude of companies throughout the city as well. It was a nice surprise to see how many people are interested in Agile.

For those of you that could not attend, here is the link to the site. It has the presentation slides and a link to sign up for future meetings as well.

http://agilewinnipeg.com/

The presentation doesn’t have any information on the ball point game though. If you want details on the game itself, please check out Boris Gloger’s Blog.

http://borisgloger.com/2008/03/15/the-scrum-ball-point-game/

 I’d love to see more attendees at the next session. Let us see if we can make Winnipeg an Agile leader like Vancouver!

Re-posted from http://bornagainagilist.wordpress.com

About Terry Bunio

Terry Bunio has worked for Protegra for 14+ years because of the professionalism, people, and culture. Terry started as a software developer and found his technical calling in Data Architecture. Terry has helped to create Enterprise Operational Data Stores and Data Warehouses for the Financial and Insurance industries. Along the way Terry discovered that he enjoys helping to build teams, grow client trust and encourage individual career growth, completing project deliverables, and helping to guide solutions. It seems that some people like to call that Project Management. As a practical Data Modeller and Project Manager, Terry is known to challenge assumptions and strive to strike the balance between the theoretical and real world approaches for both Data Modelling and Agile. Terry considers himself a born again agilist as Agile implemented according to the Lean Principles has made him once again enjoy Software Development and believe in what can be accomplished. Terry is a fan of Agile implemented according to the Lean Principles, the Green Bay Packers, Winnipeg Jets, Operational Data Stores, 4th Normal Form, and asking why

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