& User Groups

Passionate community building

Agile Software Community of India (ASCI) is a registered society founded by a group of Agile enthusiasts and practitioners. The participants of the group work in different organizations that practice Agile Software Development methods in their respective organizations. The objective of this community is to encourage healthy discussions and to learn/unlearn from each other in the process. It also keeps the group updated about the latest in the Agile/Lean community across the world.

TechCamp is a community fostering, knowledge sharing initiative. Under the TechCamp banner, we organize technology events, code fests, workshops, activity sessions, training sessions and much more. TechCamp events are organized by the community and it is for the community. The participants of such initiatives gain in-depth understanding about technology. They could also benchmark their technical skills with respect to the industry. Further tech communities like this encourages a healthy environment, where the participants can help each other and support each other for mutual growth.

Code Chefย TechTalks is India’s premier invitation-only geek symposium. The purpose of CodeChef TechTalks is to promote technical education and knowledge sharing by making internationally renowned speakers accessible to the best software professionals in India.

CodeChef TechTalks is a 100% not-for-profit initiative.

Code Gym helps people achieve coding mstery with deliberate practice. Daily, hour-long intensive workout sessions, focused on software development fundas, away from the pressures of delivery.

TechJam is a non-profit initiative to build a community of techies, who are interested in learning and exploring new technologies.

Every alternative weeks, we host talks from a vast range of tech topics. We invite real practitioners to come and share their insights with the community.

See the details list of TechJam talk line-up here.

Agile Philly is a volunteer run, non-profit organization which aims to provide a community for individuals involved in agile software development.

This group aims to provide an environment where you can exchange ideas and meet with individuals involved in agile community. The AgilePhilly website has all meeting announcements and local Agile Discussions. The main objective of this community is to help members build better software using Agile way-of-working.

Agile Coach Camp is a series of independent, not-for-profit, practitioner-run events.

In contrast to big talking-head international conferences they are cheaper, more accessible events that create and support local communities of peers – they are interactive, practical events for Agile leaders.

It was created in 2008 with the hope that the Agile community would pick up the idea and spread it far and wide. We lost count at 80 events on 4 continents!