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Agile Software Development Q & A Panel

We’re breaking away a bit from traditional presentation format and hosting a discussion on Agile Software Development where we invite the attendees to participate in Q&A with our panel of experts in the region on the matter.



The agile software development Q&A panel is a follow up
to popular Q&A session held during our first talk on agile
development.  For this meetup, we will have 4 members of the community with experience living and breathing agile software development here to take your questions!

You will certainly have the opportunity to ask questions of
the panel live.  However, we are also TAKING
.  As this event will be mediated by Tim Hess of Berkshire Hathaway Specialty, we ask you RESPOND WITH YOUR QUESTIONS BY 3/26.  Submitted questions can be anonymous, or we would be happy to credit the person with the inquiry at the time Tim asks it of the panel. 

*Please do RSVP for planning purposes, and absolutely TELL A FRIEND!.  SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS FOR THE PANEL TO [masked], OR leave them in the comments section. 


There will be a networking hour starting at 5:00 PM.  During this time pizza and beverages will be provided.  The Q&A session will begin at 6:00 PM. At that time, the mediator will begin with a few questions gathered from you to help get the ball rolling.  After which, there will be open Q&A and open discussion.  It should be a great time.


Following, we are happy to invite you to the After Hour Social, hosted by New Resources, for more one-on-one networking and conversation.  The After Hour Social location will be close UWSP, and stay tuned for location confirmation.  


Collins Classroom Center: Room 303:  UW-Stevens Point Collins Classroom Center, 1801 Fourth Avenue, Stevens Point, WI

The Collins Classroom Center is located right next to the
College of Professional Studies.  The map of the campus can be seen at the UW Stevens Point website.  We are going to be at building #7 as seen on the attached map.  The College of Professional Studies is building #11.




Gary Wunrow: Program Manager at Sentry Insurance

Gary Wunrow is a 1992 graduate of the Joint Military Defense Institute at the Presidio of Monterey in California.  Mr. Wunrow is currently a Program Manager at Sentry Insurance in Stevens Point, WI.  Prior to joining Sentry Insurance in 2004 he served in the US Army as an Intelligence Technical Analyst and consulted for numerous manufacturing companies in the Milwaukee and Fox Valley area.  He has been actively involved in the Agile community since 1998. Over the Past 15 years he has managed projects of all sizes using many of the methods considered to be part of the Agile movement.

Robert Weidner:  IS Project Manager and Agile Coach at
Marshfield Clinic

Robert Weidner is currently a Project Manager, and author; specializing in Change Management and Agile Software Development practices. He has spent 17 years in the Information Technology industry; working in large,
multifarious environments; from the United States Navy to Marshfield Clinic. He also teaches graduate courses on Project Management and Organizational Effectiveness. Weidner has earned five undergraduate and graduate degrees across varying, but often inter-related disciplines, including: Business Administration, Computer Science, Marketing, Counseling, and Organizational Change Leadership. Currently, he possesses the following certifications: PMI-ACP, CSP, CSM, CSPO, and NEC-2735. Robert invites those who may have follow-up questions to contact him at [masked], or to connect with him on LinkedIn:

David Clark:  Scrum Master Competency Manager at Renaissance Learning

David Clark is a Scrum Master Competency Manager with
Renaissance Learning where Lean and Agile Scrum principles are employed to support the continuous delivery of software development.  He has over 15 years of Project Management experience and over 6 years of Agile Scrum experience.  Through his years of leading software
development projects, David has worked in various industries that include manufacturing, financial services, public sector, healthcare, and education.  David actively participated in helping establish Lean and Agile Scrum practices at Renaissance Learning where he actively supports 12 scrum teams and directly leads 2 scrum teams.

Aaron Kremin: Product Owner at Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Concierge (Formerly Noel Group)

Aaron is an IT professional, experienced in Agile (CSM, CSP) and LEAN software development , business development, product management and enterprise project management (PMP). He has experience in web and mobile applications with a wide range of industries from startups & entertainment/gaming to healthcare & insurance industries. 



We’re looking forward to seeing you there!


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  • David M.

    Very nice job. All the presenters were knowledgeable, at ease, and respectful of each other and the audience.

    March 31, 2014

  • Don V N.

    I wish I could attend more of these. But I have went back to school, and have tons of homework between Monday and Wednesday's classes. I just can't give up my study/homework time Tuesday evenings.

    March 22, 2014

  • Jeremy B.

    I wish I could attend however, I will be out of town.

    March 10, 2014

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