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The Agile Experience Group of the Twin Cities, Minnesota, used to physically meet and collaborate to share experiences, suggestions, and ideas about moving software development efforts towards more agile, more lightweight practices. Extreme Programming (XP), Scrum, Crystal, Lean Software Development, and ASD are agile approaches. See www.agilealliance.com for more information.

These days (Feb 2014) agile enthusiasts can attend the
* Minnesota Agile Experiences Group,
https://sites.google.com/site/mnagileexperiences/, or the
* Practical Agility group,
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/practical-agile

This group is open to anyone with an interest in Agile approaches, regardless of experience or location.

We are a special interest group (SIG) of the Object Technologies Users Group (OTUG). See www.otug.org for more information.

OTUG meeting meetings are (were) held at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN. Directions are included in every meeting announcement.

The Agile_Experience_Group Yahoo!Group is open to the public to read and is how and where OTUG meetings get announced. The fastest way to join is to send an email to the group's moderator and founder, Kyle Larson, like so:

To: Kyle Larson kylel@acm.org

Please answer these questions in your email, as we have been spammed and need to validate your actual interest.

Your name?

Your location?

Your company or school?

The reason of your interest in the group?

How you came to know about us?

Thank you.

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  • 566
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  • Dec 7, 2001
  • English

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