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About AgileDC

 
 

Of the people, by the people, and for the people

But what does that really mean? AgileDC is the largest Agile community organized event in the Washington DC metro area. So, not only does a group of Agile folks come together to organize the event (everything from vetting white papers to planning and logistics to marketing), but speakers share their time, expertise, and invaluable experiences so that others can benefit from their successes (they even pay for their own travel expenses!), and a generous group of sponsors donate the greenbacks to help make it all happen. All proceeds are then donated to charities chosen by the volunteers. How cool is that!

In 2017, we donated more than $65,000 (wow!) to the following charities:

Want to donate to these GREAT causes personally? Your additional contributions will help us donate even more. Want to help? Have a question? Please contact Manoj Vadakkan.

 

OUR VALUES

AgileDC is the largest Agile community organized event in the Washington DC metro area and brings together thought leaders and practitioners from government, not for profits, and private industry alike to grow our local software community.

1. Unique Community

We bring disparate elements of our community together from government, not for profits, and private industry to share innovative ideas and experiences.

2. Not for Profit For Benefit

We raise money to cover the expenses of running the conference and supporting philanthropic work.

3. Enabling the Public Sector

We are catalysts for mainstream agile adoption in the government and not for profits space in the DC area and beyond.

4. Not Bigger, Just Better

We value the experience we provide to our community over increasing the size of the conference.

5. Environmentally Conscious

We provide a conference with as minimal an environmental footprint as possible.

 

Previous years

Check out the schedules from past years to get an idea of what we are all about: 2010, AgileTech 2011, 2011, 2012, 2013201420152016, and 2017.

 
 

AgileDC 2017 Organizing Team