The Southern California XP Users Group discusses and explores issues relating to agile processes and Extreme Programming. We are based in Los Angeles/Orange County but also cover the area from San Diego, north to Santa Barbara, and out to Riverside and even Bakersfield and Barstow. As the membership grows, we can split and regroup for the convenience of the members.
We're currently discussing how to grow our group. We've been meeting for informal lunch discussions every other Wednesday (see the mailing list for schedule and location). You're invited to participate and offer your suggestions and opinions.
To learn more about the xpsocal group, please visit http://agilesocal.com/ , join our Yahoo Group at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/xpsocal or join our LinkedIn group "Agile SoCal?". Be sure to check the list archives for announcements and ongoing discussions.
PaulHodgetts & PaulMoore? (Agile/XP So. Cal. moderators)
February 20, Scott Dunn - Agile Leader Storyline
Woody Zuill, Mob Programming, Jan 2014
Kate Megaw & John Miller, Values-Driven Metrics for Agile Teams, Nov 2013
Llewellyn Falco, Hands-on Workshop for Better Unit Testing, Oct 2013
Johanna Rothmann, Agile Teams and Collaboration, Oct 2013
Jim Elvidge, The Power of Intuition, August 2013
PaulHodgetts & Paul Moore, Retrospective workshop, July 2013
Brent Chalker, SAFe - the Scaled Agile Framework, June 2013
John Ryan, Agile Documentation Through Specification by Example, May 2013
Steve Dempsen, Winning the Agile-Waterfall Impedance Mismatch, April 2013
Alline Watkins, User-Driven Development & The Lean Enterprise, March 2013
George Schlitz, Agile Beyond the Teams, February 2013
Alan Dayley, The Product Owner Role: Have Fun With It, January 2013
David Brown, First American's Agile Transition, November 2012
Rachele Maurer, Business Analysts & Agile Project Management, October 2012
Paul Moore & John Ryan, Agile Programmer Fishbowl, September 2012
Brant Cooper & Patrick Vlaskovits, The Permanent Tomorrow (Lean Entrepeneur), August 2012