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You've asked for it and now is your chance to use Scrum! We will combine a Scrum Exercise with helping out a local charity - supporting soldiers through a local Military Affinity Group, Adopt-A-Soldier Program!
Food and drink will be provided!
We will start at 6:00 sharp! The first 5 minutes will be set aside for welcoming remarks, introduction and thank you to our sponsors. The next 10 minutes will be an overview of the Scrum Framework and the exercise, then 15 minutes for prioritizing the work identified in the Product Backlog and planning the work for the sprint, then a 3 day Sprint simulation for the last hour. The idea is to have a potentially shippable product increment at the end of the Sprint. So, by the end of our meeting, we will have a tangible output to contribute to a charity!
We are very excited about the combination of the Scrum Exercise and contributing to a local charity! Please invite anyone that would be interested in using Scrum or interested in supporting our soldiers!
Additional Scrum Reading available prior to the meeting: http://www.scrumalliance.org/pages/scrum_student_resources
Contact Name: Maria Matarelli
Contact Email: email
23 Mar 2010
Holiday Inn Express
1031 Wylie Drive
Bloomington, IL 61704
$10 per person - OR - Bring 10 donations items from the list below:
Items in need:
Food and drink mix items
Peanut butter *******
Beef Jerky or Slim Jims (no pork)*******
Pre-sweetened Koolaid/ lemonade mix*******
Breakfast Bars/Rice Krispy Treats/ Power Bars/ Granola Bars
Tuna or Chicken in a pouch (Dollar Tree works really well for this)
Bumble Bee Tuna or Chicken Snack Packs (Dollar Tree works really well for this)
Instant Hot cocoa
Instant flavored coffee and creamers
Comfort Needs and Toiletries
Batteries AA and AAA*******
Kleenex (travel size)
Baby Wipes/ Antibacterial
Foot Powder/ Odor Eaters
Glade Stick Ups
Shampoo (travel size)
Soap and Body Wash (travel size)
Hairbrushes/ Hair bands
Insect Repellant (Non-aerosol)
T-shirts (white or black – no writing on them)
Socks (white or black)
Small sewing kits
Dryer fabric softener sheets (they repel bugs)