LeanKit Community Edition and LSSC 2010

We’ve had several new signups for our Community Edition since we announced it a few weeks ago. Some of these include:

Atlanta 2010 Speaker

Janice Linden-Reed, a kanban advocate and practitioner, is using LeanKit Kanban to plan the upcoming Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010, to manage tasks among conference organizers located around the world. More information can be found on the LeanSSC2010 conference website.

Liz Keogh, an agile coach and consultant, BDD community leader, and developer on the JBehave project, is using LeanKit Kanban as part of her research and community conference presentation schedule. Her work will explore how the phases of Behavior Driven Development can be pulled from the vision to release using a Kanban board. We’re looking forward to hearing her presentation at the upcoming Lean Software and Systems conference in Atlanta, GA, in April of 2010. More on Liz at her blog.
(not an official endorsement by LSSC. But we’re still quite proud of it ???? )

Chris Hefley

Chris Hefley is a co-founder of LeanKit. After years of coping with “broken” project management systems in software development, Chris helped build LeanKit as a way for teams to become more effective. He believes in building software and systems that make people’s lives better and transform their relationship with work. In 2011, he was nominated for the Lean Systems Society’s Brickell Key Award. Follow Chris on Twitter @indomitablehef.