The team at NewRedo are delighted to share the incredible response we’ve had from the tech community, for bringing Agile Yorkshire online this month.
Our long-running community event, to be held online this Thursday 30th April at 5.30pm, has been featured in Topic UK and has attracted over 200 sign ups so far!
The free event will focus on agile distributed teams (a fitting subject matter in the current climate!) and will feature talks from Jutta Eckstein, who published the very first book on ‘Agile Software Development With Distributed Teams’, and Matthew Skelton, co-author of the popular ‘Team Topologies’. Not only that, we’re also hosting the first Agile Yorkshire quiz, with a £25 independent voucher up for grabs (plus huge bragging rights in the agile community!).
Co-founder, Royd Brayshay, explained of the event:
“We’re delighted to work with our fantastic sponsors William Hill & Corecom Consulting to bring our much-loved community event into the homes of the tech community. Our speaker lineup features some highly respected agile specialists and we look forward to raising a glass together whilst crowning the first Agile Yorkshire quiz winner!”
The event kicks off at 5.30pm on Thursday 30th April until 6.45pm. Grab the last free tickets from our Eventbrite page here.
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