Agile Philly

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  • Toaster Man

    October 18, 2020 all day – Your kitchen The pop-up toaster is patented. Charles Perkins Strite invented the pop-up bread toaster in 1919, and received a patent for it on October 18, 1920 Inventor: Charles Perkins Strite Charles Organized by | Type: historical

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  • Ernie Kovacs in Philly

    November 1, 2020 all day – WPTZ TV Ernie Kovacs had his own show in Philly starting in November of 1950 Arriving at NBC's Philadelphia affiliate, WPTZ, for an audition wearing a barr Organized by "back of the head" humor | Type: historical

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  • Rudy's Sack

    November 8, 2020 all day – Notre Dame Stadium Rudy Ruettiger's November 8, 1975 sack of Georgia Tech quarterback Rudy Allen as time expired and he was carried off the field by a handful of teammates. What part of the movie was true, what was not Organized by | Type: historical


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At AgilePhilly, we have been Promoting Agile Ideas since 1776

AgilePhilly is a not-for-profit user group of volunteers in the Philadelphia area dedicated to use better software development practices.


Meetings are monthly. Get meeting reminders by joining here.  

  • Our events are Free but you must RSVP.  We have Evening Meetings in the Western Suburbs, usually on the Third Tuesday.  They usually begin at 6:30 pm.  A sample agenda would be:
    • 6:30-7:00 pm: Eat & Greet & Network
    • 7:00-8:20 Main Topic/Speaker
    • 8:20-8:30 Q & A , Pack-Up, More Networking

  • Our Sponsors cover the cost of pizza / sandwiches for an evening.

Our attempt with the group is to provide an environment where you can exchange ideas and meet with individuals involved in agile community.

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