We are constantly learning and looking for opportunities to share what we know with other technology-lovers and problem solvers. That’s why we lead, sponsor or participate in some of the DC area’s leading business and technical communities.
Here are some of the groups we support:
ADAPT collaborates across many Federal agencies to address compelling reasons for use of Agile, along with obstacles and challenges.
The ALN DC Chapter started in 2008 and since then has been the most active Agile Leadership Network chapter in the U.S. On a monthly basis our expert speakers present on topics from scaled agile to test driven development to agile transformation.
The mission of ACMP DC is to engage our local change community to exchange and build knowledge, foster innovation, and advance the discipline of change management.
This group is for Washington DC area Agile and business evangelists, thought leaders and enthusiasts that are passionate about what’s next with Agile and Lean.
Cap Area.NET is a user group for developers in the DC area.
This group explores the intersection of the data revolution and the art of creating value. Bring your inner data scientist and learn how people are not only doing cool things with data, but doing so in ways that help startups, businesses, and other organizations thrive.
DCAST was created to develop a community of those interested in agile software testing who are also interested in testing agile products more effectively and more efficiently. Join this group if you’re interested in sharing how you have raised the quality bar of your agile processes.
This group is for anyone interested in contributing to the better use of data. We think this group is a particularly great fit if you are a hands on BI practitioner who lives and breathes things like data architecture, dimensional modeling, ETL, report creation and data visualization.
This meetup is dedicated to sharing tools and techniques for delivering software repeatably and reliably to production.
This group is for Washington DC area Agile evangelists, thought leaders and enthusiasts that are passionate about all things Agile and Scrum.
This group is for software developers in the Washington DC area that care about the quality of their work and want to practice and improve their programming skills, share what they know and learn new things from others.
Django-district is a group for users of the Django web framework in the Washington, D.C. area.
Supporting DevOps in the Nation’s Capital.
This Meetup explores Agile gaming and how it can be applied to the work environment in some way.
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) is an independent non-profit professional association serving the growing field of business analysis.
Are you a woman* who loves programming and has been searching for a similar bunch of ladies to eat cupcakes and discuss code with? Are you happier discussing Ruby** than rubies over coffee? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
NOVAJUG is the greater Washington D.C. area’s oldest and largest java user group, established in the mid 90’s golden era of Java and going strong to this day! This group concentrates on anything of interest to Java developers, from Web Development to Big Data, and hosts the annual DevIgnition conference.
The Open Web & Application Security Project is a global non-profit dedicated to making the Internet a safer place by helping people build more secure applications. The DC Chapter is the local version for people in and around Washington DC who want to discuss application security or other related security topics.
The Agile Community of Practice focuses on delivering knowledge and providing a virtual networking forum for agile practitioners. This includes anyone interested in, working in, or impacted by developments in the collection of good practices, principles and techniques in agile project management.
We love polyglots, people who care about craftsmanship and best practices. Come join us and let’s learn to use tools that are fit for their purpose; let’s scrutinize the worthiness of new technologies; let’s practice what we preach and let’s hangout together.
The D.C. chapter of UXPA supports people who research, design, and evaluate the user experience of products and services.
WIT’s mission is to advance women in technology from the classroom to the boardroom by providing advocacy, leadership development, networking, mentoring and technology education.
Women Who Code is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers by creating a global, connected community of women in technology. The organization tripled in 2013 and has grown to be one of the largest communities of women engineers in the world.