Agile Oxford 2 and wocowork

Also known as “The tale of the wind up Robo Dino and the Agile Wallaby”

I recently wrote a post on the White October blog called wocowork – Our first year of Coworking . You can find out all about the story of the RoboDino in that post.

It’s about our coworking space which we call “wocowork”. It’s a bit like hot desking or a virtual office but cooler! You can find out more about it on this page on the WO website.

It’s also the place where we hold the Agile Oxford meetings. The next edition of which (catchily titled Agile Oxford 2) is this Wednesday night, 9 March 2011.

You can find the new Agile Oxford GroupSpaces group that I recently setup and the Lanyrd event for Agile Oxford 2.

Macropus Agilis - The Agile Wallaby

I have also started the Agile Oxford Twitter feed should you feel like receiving 140 char updates. I decided to use the image of an Agile Wallaby that is from Wikimedia Commons, reproduced under a GNU Free Documentation License.

Come along on Wednesday!

It’s official. The first Agile Oxford meetup is 16 November.

I’ve replicated the post that I just made on the Agile Oxford Google group.

OK, I’ve sorted out the details.

Our first meetup is on Tuesday 16th November at the offices of White
October at 7pm.

The address is:
3 The Gallery
54 Marston St
Oxford OX4 1LF

Directions here:

There is ample parking at the rear of the building.

I will start another thread regarding what we want to cover that

Please let others know about this. 🙂

First Agile Oxford meetup.

calendar, November 2010
So, it’s time to organise the first Agile Oxford meetup. November is the designated month, the venue is the offices of White October (off the Cowley Rd) and 7pm is the time. All we have to do now is to decide on a date.

To that end, I have created a Google Group for discussions about the Agile Oxford user group/meetup and a poll to see if there is any obvious evening in November to have the inaugural meetup.

The poll is going to close at midnight on Wednesday 27 October, so vote now!

Creative Commons image via Hichako’s Flickr