Agile-Spain is an association committed to Agile and Agile software development. We strongly believe in this approach and its benefits and that is why we want to improve the knowledge of agility in Spain and extend its use among businesses and professionals.

Agile-Spain consists of a board of directors of 13 people and has over 600 members registered in their forum.

The aims of the association are:

  1. Promote and disseminate the use of agile methodologies in Spanish companies, research centers and universities.
  2. Promote research and development on these methodologies, especially in software development and consulting, to contribute to both business and members knowledge and experience growth.
  3. Create synergies among members by sharing knowledge and experience.
  4. Serve as a platform for projects in cooperation between partners.

To do these goals, the association, in collaboration with other organizations and companies, organizes events for its members and, in general, industry information technology and technology consulting, with the objective of exchanging experiences on agile methodologies, network with other professionals and discuss the latest trends in hand of the most representative national and international scene.

Some examples of events that we organized are: face meetings of local groups in different Spanish cities, seminars, conferences, open spaces, programming challenges, and so on. The national events are bringing together more than 300 people (the capacity has been increased in accordance with the budget available). These events would highlight the following:

AOS 2012

Agile Open Spain 2012 is one of the two major annual events of the Agile Community. It follows the format of an Open Space (you don’t know what it is? See here).

If we are right in the accounts, this year celebrating the fourth Open Space hoping to convene at least as many people as the previous ones. Will be the next June 23th in Zaragoza, and the topics will depend, as always, of our interests. Have a topic you want to share, from which you want to learn, have questions, experience, game, certainly, kata …? This is your place.

We hope to bring together developers, designers, coaches, managers, scrum masters, customers (Customers? we’ll try) … Anyone interested in entering the world of agile, or learn more from those around them.

For questions, you can find all information on the AOS2012 website, you can write, or tweets in @aos_2012

Web Support Group

New support group for Agile-Spain websites

About a year ago, several members of the Agile community-Spain we come together to renew the website of the community, seeking to make it a useful tool for people who make this community that would allow better communication and provide a space for all local groups.

We are pleased to announce that today we opened the web support group for Agile-Spain. After launching the initiative in the mailing list, on March 20th, we met Juanma Gomez, Mario Nunes, Rafael Viveiros and Jaume Jornet to found the group that has joined Alberto Alonso and start supporting the community.

If you have any question or issue with any of the websites under agile-spain domain, or you want to include or create your domain in the, you can contact us via e-mail

Thanks to all!

First initiative: to collect ideas and suggestions from the community

The first initiative we have decided to pull forward from the web support group, it is precisely to establish a communication channel in which all community members can contribute ideas, suggestions, proposals for improvement, etc, whatever you can think to do that can get us all to the ultimate goal, making the sites of the community in a useful contribution we value.

That’s why, in order to provide the greatest possible value to the community, we have created There you can contribute with your ideas, anything that comes to mind. With these ideas we will prepare together a backlog to work on each and every one of them.

Help us with your idea or voting to those that seem most interesting!

This is not necessary that you register, even if you do it will be much easier obtain feedback about it and give the way you want. Our intention is that this will be a stable channel to help us develop and maintain a living backlog in regard to the websites of agile-spain.

For those who do not know uservoice, it’s a service that allows users to contribute ideas and vote for them, both our own and that of others. Our intention is to collect as much feedback as possible face to start new initiatives, and that these arise from the community and we can create together.

Thanks for your help!