This week we completed the second edition of the Malaga Agile Meetup. This time, we held a Lean Coffee meeting. Once again, the attendance was incredible; the 30 available seats were filled in a short time and the waiting list was growing right up until the day of the event. Our agile community continues to grow – currently, we have 141 enthusiasts. Read more
After our agile adventure in Vitoria (CAS2016) we come back empowered and with a lot of energy to create an agile community in Málaga. Using this wave of power we decided to create the first Malaga Agile Meetup.
Our main objective with the meetup is to collect all the agile enthusiasts in Málaga with energy to meet frequently for talking about agile methodologies, team dynamics, and kaizen philosophy. We want to create an open space for everyone with inquietude to continue growing and learning new tools, concepts, and experiences.
The acceptance has been incredible. We currently have 103 members in the group, with only a few existence weeks.
On 30th November we had our latest agile adventure in Vitoria, Spain. We arrived there to attend the Agile Spanish Conference (CAS 2016) taking place on 1st and 2nd December. CAS is one of the biggest and most important meetings in Spain. This particular event gathered together many qualified professionals from the tech sector. We had the opportunity and also pleasure to meet them and to share our knowledge and personal experiences. The ‘sharing part’ is what we valued the most.
From the beginning of the times humanity has been able to do awesome things that made a big difference to the world: the discovery of fire, language, wheel, electricity, penicillin examples of the most important ones. These discoveries were made possible by people with a strong motivation.
One of the most important parts of our agile culture is that of Continuous Improvement or Kaizen. A constant search for better ways to maximise customer value, reduce time to market and, importantly, improve our teams’ skill.