Introducing the Boise APLN

Introducing the Boise APLN

June 25, 2008 | Community, Scrum

Some of us here in the Treasure Valley have decided to start a Boise chapter of the Agile Project Leadership Network. This is a group of people passionate about Agile and sharing experiences and best practices with each other.

From the APLN website:

APLN was founded in 2004 by a group of people who are active in writing about, practicing, and evangelizing the movement towards fast, flexible, customer value driven approaches to leading projects of many types. Although this organization is separate from the Agile Alliance, our intention is to work closely with that group within the software community, but also work with people and companies outside of software and IT to help them become better Project Leaders.

I have been party to the APLN discussion at the annual Agile conferences and have found great value in the stories presented there. If you are interested in becoming part of the discussion, jump in to the Google Group.

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