November 8, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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The Software Craftsmanship movement has sprung up over the last few years to attempt to bring higher standards of how we write and maintain our code. The techniques, principles, and science have evolved in our community of practice, yet these principles are not yet widely practiced commercially. Let's get together and learn more about clean code, the SOLID principles, test driven development, evolutionary design and architecture.
- Ron Righter: A Pennsylvania native who moved to Montana years ago, has worked professionally in radio and information technology, and has a Computer Science degree from the University of Montana. Ron also loves to read history, hike, bike, and is trying hard to love Nordic Skiing. http://umt.edu/it/directory/people/righter_ron.php
- Harold Shinsato - Founder of Missoula BarCamp, Senior Software Developer at SAP, agile coach, Certified Scrum Master, board member of the Open Space Institute U.S. and the Stevensville Playhouse, and Open Space Technology facilitator. He received a B.S. in Computer Science from MIT and worked 15 years in Silicon Valley before moving to Montana but has continued to work in California based teams. http://shinsato.com. @hajush
We'll leave some time at the beginning for food, drink, and networking. Thank you to Washingon Corporation for providing the food & refreshments.
Come in the first door at ENVIROCON, if you arrive late you may need to call Paul Morton at[masked]-5364.