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The Scrum.org community is large and active! Here is a list of some of the events that members of our community are participating in.

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NDC Mini Copenhagen

Copenhagen
NDC Mini is a new 3-day event with two days of high quality workshops followed by one day of conference sessions (3 tracks). NDC Mini has the same high quality you would expect from an NDC Conference.
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Scrum Day Bandung 2017

Bandung
Join Professional Scrum Trainer Joshua Partogi as he speaks about Scrum in this inaugural event.  Scrum.org will be a sponsor of this event.  
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Scrum 2017

Leeuwenhorst
On March 23, 2017 will ultimate Scrum event of the year. This day will acquire the character of knowledge and knowledge sharing, culminating in a very special session: Ken Schwaber , one of the creators of Scrum, will appear as a hologram and share his vision about Scrum.
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Agile India 2017

Bangalore
Join Scrum.org as we once again sponsor Agile India where you can meet some of our Professional Scrum Trainers and other team members including Kurt Bittner and Steve Porter. 
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ScrumDay UA

Kyiv
The first conference in the Ukraine dedicated to the professional growth of Scrum practitioners. ScrumDay UA is a unique platform for exchanging experience and knowledge.
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Visual Studio Live!

Las Vegas
As the development world's trusted educational provider of developer-focused content since 1993, Visual Studio Live! (VSLive!) provides attendees with cutting-edge techniques needed to solve development challenges with shipping technologies compatible with the .NET Framework and Visual Studio.
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Agile Conference 2017

Olomouc
Join Scrum.org as we sponsor Agilia 2017 where you can meet and hear some of our Professional Scrum Trainers and other team members speak, including Kurt Bittner, Dominik Maximini, Cesario Ramos and Gunther Verheyen.
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DevOps Pro Vilnius

Vilnius
Join Professional Scrum Trainer, Martin Hinshelwood as he presents at this DevOps event.
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ScrumPulse #23 - Scrum in Government

12:00 EST (17:00 UTC)
There is generally no bigger organization that government and with government comes politics and hierarchy, yet most government agencies around the world are attempting to become “more agile”. To achieve the goal of agility, many agencies are adopting Scrum, but with self-organization and servant leadership being somewhat new to the world of government, how does that work?