Only this time: WordPress Vienna MeetUp on thursday – not on wednesday! Planned content: The presentation  “F*** Agile” by Attila János and News from #wcvie 2017 presented by Denise Van de Cruze. Starting at 19:00 at Sektor5.

News from #wcvie 2017

The conference WordCamp Vienna 2017 will take place at UNI Campus/Altes AKH, 1090 Vienna, on saturday April 22nd, 2017. We invite also to the Contributors Workshop Day on sunday April 23rd, 2017 at Stockwerk, 1150 Vienna.
Please get Your 20 € ticket at https://2017.vienna.wordcamp.org/tickets/

The organizer team, led by Denise Van de Cruze, will give latest news about the different “Calls”: for Speakers, for Sponsors, for Volunteers, and for Media Partners.

 “F*** Agile” by  Attila János    (20–30 min)

“We are experienced in doing big and complex projects for our clients. I always search for ways to get better results, go faster to market with our clientes projects and have a good environment to work. I would like to tell my personal experience from the last 7 years with some aspects of doing / being agile.”

Attila János : he is  PM and/or Scrum Master from a Vienna based TYPO3-Agency. Among business issues, he is a family guy with 3 children and a lot of fun doing yoga, running, and skiing.

Speakers wanted!

We are looking for interesting speakers and topics. Please send an e-mail to Martin Mucha, mm@martinmucha.at, if You want to make an presentation.

Join WordPress at Slack

If you are interested to contribute to this amazing MeetUp group and maybe be a part of the WordCamp Vienna 2017 then you are more than welcome to join our Slack channel where all our chats take place:

Information about joining our Slack channel

Merken

Published by MMucha

Born 1962 in Vienna, Austria. Intranet (SharePoint) and Internet (WordPress) Expert. Certfied Projectmanager (IPMA, Level C), Certified Trainer, Certified Scrum Product-Owner. Topics: Teamwork, Collaboration, Enterprise Social Networks, Webdesign, Content-, Knowledge-, Quality-, and Projectmanagement. Studying Psychology at Karl-Franzens-University Graz.

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