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James Beale
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  • Malvern, PA 19355
  • United States
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Closest match to your job title
Project Management, Product Management, Testing/QA
Employer Name
Vanguard
What would you like to get out of being a member of agile philly?
Gain exposure to others' knowledge and experience to enhance my own.
What is your experience level with Agile methods
Novice

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