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  • In today’s software enabled world, SMEs have commonly implemented their own home-grown digital solutions, often acting as their proof-of-concepts for new business ideas or to support their business operations. As companies grow, new requirements become more relevant, such as having a software system that can deal with a business’s growing number of clients or having the opportunity to increase business productivity by better use of digital technologies.

    The Applied Software Engineering Research Group (ASERG) has more than 20 years of experience in the ICT industry and offers a range of consultancy services. Through the Digital Innovation for Growth (DIfG) programme, ASERG can provide eligible SMEs within the Sheffield City Region (as well as Chesterfield, N-E Derbyshire, Derbyshire Dales, Bassetlaw and Bolsover) with free, informed academic research and knowledge to help enhance their business.

    ASERG provides support to a broad range of companies in which IT plays a role in the d...

  • What did you do last weekend?

    Startup Weekend is back in Sheffield! The world's most popular entrepreneurial event has a rich history in the Steel City and is back for another edition this December!

    After a 2-year pause we are happy to give the chance to local entprereneurs, developers, designers, business people, students, scientists, artists, moms, dads and anyone else to build a startup in 54 hours!

    Safety - the health and safety of our participants, mentors, judges, facilitator and organisers is our top priority. We will work proactively with Techstars, our venue provider and participants to ensure that we're following the latest regulations and guidelines regarding the Covid-19 pandemic but also making sure that each and every attendee feels comfortable and safe at the event.

    Why Startup Weekend - the value one can derive from a Startup Weekend is limitless. As a founder the weekend would give you an opportunity to go through the initial stages of building a business a...

  • Glasgow 2600 meetings are similar to those held around the world. Hackers, crackers, geeks, hats of any colour, technology enthusiasts, hacktivists, and other like-minded folks are most welcome. We do not judge anyone and everyone has something to contribute, no matter their level of expertise.

    Unless specified, there are no particular topics or activities set for these meetings, and each one of us is responsible for making them interesting, whether in the form of intelligent discussions or exchange of knowledge. Anything goes.

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • TidalCycles (or just Tidal for short) is a domain specific language for making live patterns, usually musical patterns. I started making it over ten years ago, and it's since become an active free/open source project used by musicians around the world. I last gave a Sheffield FP meetup talk about this at def_shef about five years ago, so time for an update!

    I'll talk about the (now much cleaner) innards of Tidal, how patterns are represented and manipulated as pure functions of time, and how state enters the picture. I'll also go into how patterns work as applicative functors and monads, to allow them to be flexibly combined. I'll more generally talk about the social context for this work, and what it feels like to hack haskell in nightclubs at 4AM in the morning while people dance to your code.. With plenty of demos along the way to keep things fun and accessible. All questions (especially stupid ones) will be welcome!

    Tidal: tidalcycles.org
    Blog: slab.org
    Af...

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • December is a time for winding down, so we're planning on getting together and having a few drinks and food for the last month of the year.

    We'll meet at Bamboo Door (www.bamboodoor.co.uk), have a few drinks then head to Wazwān for 7:30.

    Feel free to join us for drinks and/or food.

    6:30pm - Drinks - Bamboo Door, Leopold Square
    7:30pm - Food - Aagrah/Wazwān, Leopold Square
    9:00pm - Most likely the next pub

  • The theme for our December meetup is "On day $N of Christmas, FOSS gave to me..."

    To make this work, your LUG needs you! The more speakers we can find, the more fun this will be. :-D It would be amazing if we could do 12 talks. It will be a *maximum* of 5 minutes per talk, so it's not a big commitment.

    The idea is simple: tell us about some cool open source thing! It could be a game, a useful tool, or an algorithm (with an open source implementation). It could be something so widespread we hardly notice it, like DNS, or a personal story like how you rescued a broken laptop using Linux. It could be open hardware, or even an open source cola. The only requirement is for something open source which you're glad exists!

    Please get in touch with Thomas (takluyver@fastmail.com) or post in the comments if you'd like to give a talk. If you're not sure what topic to talk about, I'm happy to help you figure that out.

  • For our final evening event of 2021, we have another great great talk, this time by the excellent Caroline McDowall

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    "Inclusive Agile - Smashing The Silos"

    How inclusive is your agile? Are you facing challenges with agile adoption?

    This session will encourage you to think about small, simple changes we can all make to help increase understanding within our organisations, helping break down silos, simplify language and build common understanding.

    I will share some real examples of obstacles I have encountered while leading a business unit through an agile adoption this year, with some suggestions for simple changes we can all make to break down barriers.

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    Bio: Caroline is Head of Delivery (Wealth Advice) at M&G. She has previously worked in government and startup organisations before moving into Finance.

    She leads large technical deliveries with remote teams and is passionate about adopting delivery approaches to suit the people she is working with. Passionate about people...

  • Scale-up your models development with MLflow

    Experimenting with a model or comparing a model's performance with other solutions is often a tricky task. Problems can include absence of an intuitive graphical interface and lack of an SDK that allows this work to be done neatly.

    MLflow is a perfect solution. MLflow is an open-source project that covers all the aspects of an ML workflow, from model exploration to production and retirement. Easily integrated into any ML library, it can be run on the cloud and it allows an easy cross-team collaboration. For these reasons, MLflow has been widely used across industries, from Booking.com to Microsoft and Facebook.

    In this talk, Stefano Bosisio will explore MLflow Tracking. Tracking allows data scientists to have an intuitive graphical interface to understand and immediately visualise their models' experiments performance and metrics. We will go through a Python SDK implementation of MLflow, to show not only how MLflow is easy to be integrate...

  • Problems around technology in the criminal justice system and how we might solve them.

    In prisons, access to technology is severely restricted. This is supposedly for safety and security reasons. But what does that mean for people in and leaving prison? They can be totally cut off, not only from events in the outside world, but also from skills and knowledge that could be essential to them. People leaving prison may be years behind when it comes to understanding the rapidly changing world of tech and digital tools. This can have massive implications to them finding a job and reintegrating smoothly into society.

    Currently, the cost of reoffending is over £18bn per year, and this is a problem for all of us. This goes to show that the current system simply isn't working, and there is a desperate need to a fresh look at how we treat prisoners and prison-leavers.

    Join us for short panel talks from people trying to address these issues, followed by a discussion about the topics raised. IR...

  • The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be hosting the one and only Daniel Mezick, as our final event of 2021.

    2022 is sure to be the year of "patterns over practices."

    Patterns liberate you and your organization from the tyranny of rigid practice frameworks.

    Patterns can be expressed through any number of practices.

    Healthy, proven patterns point your organization in the right direction *from the very beginning* and produce the quick ROI that is so essential to momentum and success.

    In this session, Daniel Mezick will introduce you to the Eight Liberating Patterns of Open Business Agility.

    These 8 patterns are now being used worldwide to generate authentic and lasting business agility.

    You can see the evidence with these nine (9) executive testimonial videos here:

    openleadershipnetwork.com

    So-called "business agility" is actually almost impossible without a focus on patterns, because success with business agility is actually *more difficult...

  • Advances in digital technologies have brought big changes to human movement measurement. How do you navigate the myriad of products to get the functionality and cost you need for patient or athlete rehabilitation? How do you provide value to your clients and customers through best use of the data generated?

    The Sports Engineering Research Group (SERG) is the world's largest academic group in sports engineering and an internationally renowned centre of excellence for research and knowledge transfer. The group's work is based on four research themes: applied computing, biomechanics, design engineering, and active travel. In each area, researchers develop fundamental knowledge and deliver applied solutions to enhance athletic performance, reduce injury, and promote physical activity. SERG provides support to a broad range of organisations in which human movement measurement, data management, and data visualisation plays a role in the delivery of their business.

    In 2019, SERG evolved...

  • Everyone is welcome and no coding experience is necessary!

    You are also welcome to bring your own projects or ideas, just drop us a message about it at coderdojostormid@gmail.com

    To be kept in the loop about upcoming StormID CoderDojos and the latest news, you can subscribe to our newsletter.

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    Sessions registration open for 7-17 years old.

    Bring own laptop or use one of ours, make sure to select the right kind of ticket so we can work out allowance!

    Laptop must have a text editor such as Notepad (Windows) or TextEdit (Mac), access to wifi and a web browser such as Chrome.

    COVID-19 update: COVID guidelines will be followed in line with Scottish government guidance. Hand and work station sanitation products will be provided. Facemasks will be required for entering and leaving the building for those who are not exempt.

    If you are under the age of thirteen (13), you must ask your parents or legal guardians to complete the registration form. We do not knowingly col...

  • Students on the Dfe Skills Bootcamp 12 week Data Science course will be presenting their first projects, please join to ask questions, see what the students have been up to and meet with them.

    This is an ideal opportunity to identify possible new hires from the course.

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • Tech is a rapidly growing sector, and every day more workers realise the benefits of belonging to a union. Come along to hear about the benefits of a trade union for tech workers, how Prospect membership among tech workers is growing, and what action you can take to strengthen the union for tech workers and make a real difference in your workplace.

  • Tech is a rapidly growing sector, and every day more workers realise the benefits of belonging to a union. Come along to hear about the benefits of a trade union for tech workers, how Prospect membership among tech workers is growing, and what action you can take to strengthen the union for tech workers and make a real difference in your workplace.

  • Join the Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster members and steering committee monthly for an open discussion around cybersecurity, data protection, privacy and cybercrime.

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • Informal get-together to chat and enjoy coffee and breakfast

    Join us in the Board Room at Tamper Sellers Wheel or on zoom from 9am: zoom.us

  • Students on the Sheffield Council Routeways full time Software Development bootcamp will be presenting their first projects, please join to ask questions, see what the students have been up to and meet with them.

    This is an ideal opportunity to identify possible new hires from the course.

  • Glasgow 2600 meetings are similar to those held around the world. Hackers, crackers, geeks, hats of any colour, technology enthusiasts, hacktivists, and other like-minded folks are most welcome. We do not judge anyone and everyone has something to contribute, no matter their level of expertise.

    Unless specified, there are no particular topics or activities set for these meetings, and each one of us is responsible for making them interesting, whether in the form of intelligent discussions or exchange of knowledge. Anything goes.

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • Event details TBC

    We have a Code of Conduct. To attend our events, you must accept the ideas and actions within it: www.meetup.com

  • The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be hosting Stephen Dowling, CEO of ETM based in Australia.

    Today we are facing unprecedented levels of disruption with constant challenges to adapt & evolve. Do we think what has got us here will get us to where we need to go in the future?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken us all to our foundations. It has poured accelerant on the adoption of digital technologies, and our ways of interacting & working together.

    Whether we like it or not our reality has fundamentally changed, and it will continue to change. To survive & thrive we must be open & willing to continually evolve & adapt. To unlearn and relearn whenever it’s needed. Knowledge & skills can become obsolete if our reality changes.

    If we continue to rely on prior experience and achievements, old behaviours and thinking that worked well in the past, but now due to changing circumstances, it no longer applies, then we are in grave danger of becoming outdated, and this could happ...

  • Informal get-together to chat and enjoy coffee and breakfast

    Join us in the Board Room at Tamper Sellers Wheel or on zoom from 9am: zoom.us

  • Sheffield Hackspace is a non-profit, member-run hackspace located in a former Victorian cutlery works near the city centre.

    We’re interested in whatever our members are interested in! Such as electronics (including Arduino and Raspberry Pi), 3D printing, laser cutting, textiles, arts and crafts, woodwork and metalwork, digital and electronic art, the internet of things, robotics, retro consoles...

    We’re always keen for new people to join who can swap ideas, learn from each other, and build new things. All skill levels welcome! If you’d like to come down and have a tour let us know beforehand so we can make sure that someone’s available to show you around.

  • The agenda for each meetup will be posted shortly before the event.

    If you would like to speak at any event or facilitate a workshop/activity, please get in touch with the organisers.

  • Informal get-together to chat and enjoy coffee and breakfast

    Join us in the Board Room at Tamper Sellers Wheel or on zoom from 9am: zoom.us

  • Students on the Dfe Skills Bootcamp 12 week Data Science course will be presenting their first projects, please join to ask questions, see what the students have been up to and meet with them.

    This is an ideal opportunity to identify possible new hires from the course.

  • This is a Zoom Meeting and the link will be available on this page one hour before the meeting start. We will also send the link by email before the start. Make sure you have enabled email notifications on Meetup. help.meetup.com

    Agenda:
    • 18:00 - Networking & Quick Intro (Andrea Angella)
    • 18:05 - Advanced Testing Techniques with ASP.NET Core (Marco De Sanctis)
    • 19:30 - Closing

    Advanced testing scenarios for ASP.NET Core

    Coded and automated tests are the key to software quality, however creating an isolated unit test, with all your mocked dependencies, isn't always the best option.

    What if you need to test a complex Entity Framework query? or your authorisation logic? Sometimes writing tests that involve your dependencies is imperative to achieve the level of reliability that unit tests alone cannot guarantee.

    During this talk we'll run through a journey in which, lead by examples, we'll learn when and how we can s...

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...

  • This event will be a single talk about TBA by John Staveley

    ⚠️ This will be an in-person event in Sheffield (The venue is TBC)

    Agenda:
    👉 TBA

    👉 John Staveley

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • Event details TBC

    We have a Code of Conduct. To attend our events, you must accept the ideas and actions within it: www.meetup.com

  • The agenda for each meetup will be posted shortly before the event.

    If you would like to speak at any event or facilitate a workshop/activity, please get in touch with the organisers.

  • The Future of Work Scotland team are very excited to be bringing you this session with the authors of Comic Agile, Luxshan and Mikkel.

    The exact format and content of this event is yet to be confirmed with the authors. We have also put this to the Future of Work Scotland community, so if you have any thoughts or ideas please share them with us, at hefutureofworkscotland@gmail.com

    Learning Objectives:

    What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?

    ● Explore the motivations and journey to the Comic Agile book
    ● Exploratory conversation around some common Agile adoption fails
    ● Discussions around why Agility is challenging in many enterprises

    Here's some more on our awesome guests for this session:

    Mikkel Noe-Nygaard holds an MA in Architecture with a background in sustainable buildings and a speciality in Communications Design, but has always been working with user experience in software. Mikkel designs both hyper-complex cloud-based expert tools and simple mobile app...

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...

  • This is a Zoom Meeting and the link will be available on this page one hour before the meeting start. We will also send the link by email before the start. Make sure you have enabled email notifications on Meetup. help.meetup.com

    Agenda:
    • 18:00 - Networking & Quick Intro (Andrea Angella)
    • 18:05 - TBD
    • 19:30 - Closing

  • This event will be a single talk about Containerising and deploying .NET applications to AWS with CDK presented by Matt Laver

    ⚠️ This will be an in-person event in Sheffield (The venue is TBC)

    Agenda:
    👉 Containerising and deploying .NET applications to AWS with CDK

    This talk will cover the ease at which applications can be built and deployed to AWS. The session will cover infrastructure as code, Docker and even optimising for ARM/Graviton 2 for good measure and will be complemented with a technical walkthrough & demo.

    👉 Matt Laver
    Solutions Architect at AWS
    www.linkedin.com

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • Event details TBC

    We have a Code of Conduct. To attend our events, you must accept the ideas and actions within it: www.meetup.com

  • The agenda for each meetup will be posted shortly before the event.

    If you would like to speak at any event or facilitate a workshop/activity, please get in touch with the organisers.

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...

  • The Future of Work Scotland team are delighted to be hosting award winning author, writer, teacher and ex-US Marine Don E. Vandergriff.

    In this session, Don will explore bringing adaptability and mission command to the work place.

    Learning Objectives:

    What can our attendees expect to take away from the session?

    ● How adopting mission command can be used to make a more empowered and adaptive workforce.
    ● The pandemic has encouraged decentralization, but the missing part is how to develop it? It does not require expensive technology or high end speakers (that actually works in the opposite way)
    ● How to develop people to enable it. In the book this can be translated into civilian centric methods to teach people how to be more adaptive and empowered

    Here some more on our awesome speaker for this session:

    Donald E. Vandergriff is considered an expert on Mission Command, Maneuver Warfare and Leader Development using the latest in Learning Methodologies. He is a noted speaker, award wi...

  • This is a Zoom Meeting and the link will be available on this page one hour before the meeting start. We will also send the link by email before the start. Make sure you have enabled email notifications on Meetup. help.meetup.com

    Agenda:
    • 18:00 - Networking & Quick Intro (Andrea Angella)
    • 18:05 - TBD
    • 19:30 - Closing

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • Event details TBC

    We have a Code of Conduct. To attend our events, you must accept the ideas and actions within it: www.meetup.com

  • The agenda for each meetup will be posted shortly before the event.

    If you would like to speak at any event or facilitate a workshop/activity, please get in touch with the organisers.

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...

  • Lean Agile Exchange brings together practitioners from Europe, North America and beyond for 2 days of practical sessions exploring cutting-edge themes.

    Returning for a 3rd Edition - with a mixture of inspiring speakers, tutorials, engaging live sessions, interactive group sessions, speaker Q&A - plus the all-important hallway track. Participants were encouraged to tackle new, challenging ideas, and share their knowledge with others.

  • Join our new Slack group and become part of the online Edinburgh UX community!
    join.slack.com

    This meetup will take place online via Zoom (starting 6.30pm).
    Click the link in the invite to enter the meeting.

    6.30pm - Intro & community announcements

    Details of talks to follow...

  • Event details TBC

    We have a Code of Conduct. To attend our events, you must accept the ideas and actions within it: www.meetup.com

  • The agenda for each meetup will be posted shortly before the event.

    If you would like to speak at any event or facilitate a workshop/activity, please get in touch with the organisers.

  • This is a Zoom Meeting and the link will be available on this page one hour before the meeting start. We will also send the link by email before the start. Make sure you have enabled email notifications on Meetup. help.meetup.com

    Agenda:
    • 18:00 - Networking & Quick Intro (Andrea Angella)
    • 18:05 - TBD
    • 19:30 - Closing

  • Morning Lean Coffee (leancoffee.org) is an open opportunity to discuss Lean and Agile ideas, challenges and solutions with people across organisations but with similar issues and goals.

    Everyone is welcome and we usually have a good mix of people from different backgrounds so if you have something you'd like to talk about, or you just want to listen and learn, then please join us.

    We will be running this as a Zoom event for the foreseeable future: zoom.us

    Expanded zoom details below and in event link if needed.

    We also use Lean Coffee Table (www.leancoffeetable.com) as our remote Sharpie and Post-it replacement!

    Please sign up for a free account and join the board below before the call:

    www.leancoffeetable.com

    The Lean Coffee session will run from 7.45am till 8.45 am but the zoom room will be open from 7.30am for waking up chat so grab a coffee and we will see you there!...