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It's Here: Video of My Agile is Better Than Your Agile at AgileIndy 2015

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It's Here: Video of My Agile is Better Than Your Agile at AgileIndy 2015

As I mentioned in a previous post, I was so excited to share my thoughts on where we are as a community in my talk for AgileIndy 2015 on April 17th. My talk included thoughts on extremism, my personal "agile" journey, and a few bad jokes. 

You can now get access to the full video plus the slides I used! Just sign up below, and I'll send you the link.

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Agile Indy 2015: Things Are Getting Personal

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Agile Indy 2015: Things Are Getting Personal

This Friday, April 17th, I will be speaking at Agile Indy, which is an agile conference organized and held by the great agile community in Indianapolis. 

There are going to be some amazing speakers and agilists there who I have the honor of sharing the stage with.

My talk was inspired by a blog post I wrote a while back titled "My Agile Is Better Than Your Agile", and expands on my thoughts on the topic.

But why did I choose to speak About this topic?

Honestly, I believe we are at a point in the lifecycle of agility where a solid retrospective is in order. 

As part of my talk, I plan on talking about some of the ways extremism has impacted my personal life, and its impact on my personal journey and evolution of thought over time.

Although not as extreme, I hope this background helps shed some light on why the divisions that occur within and without the agile community are such a big deal to me. 

If you're going to be there, I hope you come say hi and share your thoughts with me on the talk. 

If not, I hope to have some video of the talk that I promise to post up afterwards. 

See you in Indy!

Follow the conference hashtag at #AgileIndy15, or the official conference Twitter account @AgileIndyConf. Thanks for your support!

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