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Agile Training in Denver's Backyard

Posted by Colleen Voelschow on
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Looking for a way to move your organization forward in adopting scrum or help in bringing your Agile practices to the next level? ReadyTalk is proud to be a sponsor of Agile Denver’s first conference, Mile High Agile 2011: Elevating Agility.  The event on April 7 will feature a great one-day lineup of information for every level of agility at super-low registration cost.  There will be four tracks covering Agile adoption, technical practices, product and project practices, and enterprise agility.

And, if the lineup of presentations don’t address your specific needs, there will be an open space track that runs parallel to the scheduled sessions where any attendee can propose a topic of interest and discuss with others in attendance who share an interest. You can propose topics at the beginning of the day via a 3 x 5 card that will be added to the wall and grouped with other areas of interested.  The main hall will offer break out tables where these groups can sit and whiteboard together and share personal experiences. It doesn’t get much more Agile than that!

My personal experience with Agile is that we are always learning something new through the ‘inspect and adapt’ process.  This local conference provides a great opportunity to connect and share with others in the Denver Agile community.  Learn something new and pass it on. Hope to see you there!


Colleen is the ScrumMaster at ReadyTalk, where she brings over ten years of experience in software testing and development process refinement. She works with multiple scrum teams in Engineering to encourage application to scrum principles and facilitates the evolve/adapt process. When she’s not chasing engineers, she’s playing chase with her two kids and when she’s not chasing them….she is asleep.


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