|Sent on:||Saturday, July 7, 2012 8:45 AM|
We’re certainly in the early stages of a hot summer in the Triangle. Hope all of you are staying cool.
We’re looking for your help in volunteering as or making recommendations for speakers. Our meetings are composed of two distinct sessions:
- a 30-minute “Tools Talk” and a
- 1-hour primary agile topic session
We’ve been struggling to get tools talks of late and need your help. We’re looking for folks to volunteer to demonstrate some aspect of agile techniques, tooling, programming, testing, automation, facilitation, etc. Virtually anything that is practical and can be succinctly demonstrated in 30 minutes -- so that attendees can get a feel for the specifics of the tool or technique.
We’re also looking for volunteers to present at our main sessions. These topics tend to be a bit longer than the tools talks and slightly broader in nature. You don’t have to be an “expert” to give a presentation to the group—just have something relevant to share that you’re passionate about. Practical experience-based sessions are usually of great interest to the group.
Please send any questions, suggestions, or offers to present to:
Bob Galen – [address removed]
Jeff Barschaw – [address removed]
Remembers folks, the value and quality of our AgileRTP group meetings is directly related to the engagement of the entire group. Every one of you is a vital part of our agile community and we encourage you all to help us continue the value, vibrancy, and improvement of the group as we approach 2013.
Stay agile my friends!
This message was sent by Bob Galen ([address removed]) from Agile RTP (ARTp).
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