Join us at our November meeting where Lowell Lindstrom will be our speaker!
This fall, we reach the 10 year anniversary of the publication of Extreme Programming Explained, one of the early milestones marking the birth of the Agile age in software development. In this talk, Lowell Lindstrom will reflect on the emergence of agile software development and forecast some trends into the future. Attendees will participate in the Innovation Game(r) Remember the Future to share their thoughts and hopes for how the IT and software industry evolves and how Agile continues to influence it.
Lowell Lindstrom has been involved in developing and deploying software products for nearly 25 years. He was among the early pioneers in bringing agile software development services to the marketplace. In 1999, as Vice President at Object Mentor, he developed partnerships with the leaders of the Extreme Programming movement, including Kent Beck, Ron Jeffries, and Martin Fowler to develop the ultimate agile learning experience. He was the Organizing Chair of the first North American conference on agile software development (XP/Agile Universe) in 2001 and the Program Chair in 2004, where he was instrumental in unifying the two agile conferences.
- Opening Remarks
- "10 Years Back, 10 Years Forward, What Does that Mean for Today?"
IRAUG & Habitat for Humanity
- Share experience from Habitat for Humanity work day
- 2010 - A Call for Strategy
We look forward to seeing you at our November meeting! 6:00 - 7:30
Refreshments will be provided!
Meeting cost: $10 toward the cost of the meeting - can pay online or at the door