VANCOUVER BC, CANADA - The upcoming Scrum Day 2017 in Stuttgart Germany has added another sponsor, this time Comalatech, a Canadian software developer. Fresh off of co-hosting a "Scrum@Scale" training course by Dr. Jeff Sutherland in Madrid, Comalatech is looking forward to taking part in another event that brings together some of the brightest minds in Scrum from around the world.
Scrum Day represents one of the largest Agile community conferences in the world. As its name suggests, the focus is on Scrum and everything to do with the popular agile framework. Sessions address relevant topics like agile organizational development, agile strategies, agile management, Scrum and agility on a large scale (scaling) and much more.
Gorka Puente, Product Manager at Comalatech, is excited to be supporting the event. "We use Scrum practices in our development team, and my previous exposure to Scrum experts has taught me that there is always room for improving our use of the methodology, and always new things to learn. I think the organizers of Scrum Day 2017 have pulled together an excellent line up of speakers, and I am happy that we could play a part in supporting it."
Taking place May 30-31st, the event promises to be a "can't miss" opportunity for Agile practitioners to learn from the best in their field. To learn more about Scrum Day 2017, including ticketing information, visit http://www.scrum-day.de/home.html.
Comalatech is a Canadian software company dedicated to providing solutions within the Atlassian ecosystem. Employing staff around the globe, the company is committed to delivering user-friendly products that enhance collaboration in today's fast moving workplace. As a supporter of Pledge 1% Comalatech is also proud to give back to the communities it calls home. Learn more about the company and its causes of choice at www.comalatech.com
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