SAN FRANCISCO – August 30, 2018 – We’re excited to announce the newest member to join the JS Foundation, AgileFAQs,a premium Agile Consulting company, which provides advanced training, coaching and mentoring on Agile and Lean Software Development.

Over the last decade, AgileFAQs has helped to deliver mission critical enterprise applications at many Fortune 500 companies like Google, Yahoo, Amazon, HP, Siemens Medical, GE Energy, Walmart, EMC, McAfee, Schlumberger, and more. With the continued growth of open source JavaScript technologies in enterprise applications, AgileFAQs has always been a supporter of the JavaScript community, previously organizing and hosting the successful jQuery India conference. We look forward to their continued support as they have a key role in growing the open source JavaScript community in India, including support for current and future events related to JavaScript testing, tooling and automation.

“We are excited to be working with Naresh Jain and AgileFAQs once again,” said Kris Borchers, Executive Director of the JSFoundation. “Their commitment to supporting, growing and sustaining open source developer communities around the world is directly aligned with the JS Foundation’s mission and we look forward to what this partnership will bring for the future of open source JavaScript sustainability.”

With the addition of AgileFAQs as our newest member, we continue to build support throughout our project ecosystem and evolve the model for sustainable open source JavaScript from a single project focus to an encompassing, umbrella effort across the many projects driving innovation in this space. Keep an eye out for more great content and announcements from our newest member.

For a full list of members and information on how to join, visit: https://js.foundation/about/members.

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