Nice, Jeff. It looks as if you pulled together all of the details for
a great event.
Let us know if you have any 27" iMacs left over afterward and are
looking for good homes for them.
On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 9:27 PM, Jeff Casimir <[address removed]> wrote:
> Happy Monday All,
> We're finally ready to announce the event I've been putting together
> for the past weeks with your help -- The Hashrocket Way.
> This one-day class will be held at the Maryland Science Center the day
> before RailsConf begins. ?You'll walk you through the full development
> life cycle from gathering requirements with story-carding, following
> progress with Pivotal Tracker, developing with Behavior Driven
> Development (BDD) and agile pairing, all the way through client
> This session is designed for professional Rails programmers or team
> managers who are looking to sharpen their methodology.
> You can read more and signup on the Hashrocket website:
> [Note: Our designer borked the CSS this evening -- it should be fixed
> in an hour or so]
> AND, since it's in your backyard and you wall were so helpful with my
> venue search, I'm offering five tickets at 10% off the early bird
> price with discount code "bmore".
> If you have questions, thoughts, or hate, let me hear it.
> Jeff Casimir
> Jumpstart Lab by Casimir Creative, LLC
> @jumpstartlab on twitter
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