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Free Class on Agile Engineering Practices

Steve B.
stevebockman
Group Organizer
Santa Rosa, CA
Greetings all,



Marsee Henon at O'Reilly asked me to pass the following along to our group members. Looks like a good opportunity for people who have Tuesday free.



--Steve



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Hi Steve,


We are shooting a video class next Tuesday (April 26th) and are looking for 4-6 students to attend the class. The cost is free, and the details can be found below. If you or any of your UG Members are interested, please let us know as soon as possible as these spots will surely book fast. This is a Master Class level experience.


Thanks,
Jon & Marsee


Title: Neal Ford on Agile Engineering Practices.


Cost: Free


Overview: Many people who explain agile software development often discuss project and planning practices, but hardly mention the development phase. In this insightful video, renowned software architect Neal Ford drills into the real details of agile engineering practices from a pure development perspective. Discover the development and design practices that make the agile approach work, the pros and cons of feedback mechanisms, and a host of related topics.


Duration: 8:30am-5pm


Intended Audience: Project managers, business analysts, developers, and anyone else interested in the engineering practices common in Agile software development. This material discusses agile development and testing in both the concrete and abstract, covering both how and why things work on agile projects. Anyone interested in the mechanics of how to build software will find interesting food for thought.


Location: http://theproducersloft.com/directions/­


Attendees should plan on arriving no later then 8:15am and plan on leaving between 4 - 5 pm.


If you plan to attend the O'Reilly Master Class next week please shoot me an email to confirm that you will be coming. We will be recording Luke's course to be included in the O'Reilly Master Class video series. If you are able to attend please arrive a little before 9:00am. For video best practices do not wear stripes, herringbone or corporate logo t-shirts, casual attire is preferred. We will need you to sign a video permissions form before we record. Laptops and or note books are encouraged, we will have WiFi available. The course will be made available to you when it is completed.
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