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FYI: Dec 7 SeasPIN Mtg in Bellevue - Zero to Agile in 2.3 Months

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December Monthly Meeting
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Free and Open to the Software Engineering & IT Community

Construx Software, 10900 NE 8th St Suite 1350, Bellevue, WA

Food & networking from 5:45 to 6:15 (pizza, salad, soda )
Announcements from 6:15 to 6:30
Presentation from 6:30 to 7:45
Q & A from 7:45 to 8:15
Doors close at 8:30


Zero to Agile in 2.3 Months
Presented by William Rowden,
Co-founder/CTO Gray Hill Solutions,
Agile Consultant - SolutionsIQ

In the last two years of Agile development coaching, William has taught the technical and engineering practices vital to Agile software development to a variety of clients: a social network service in Seattle, Washington; a large single source of OEM information in Chihuahua, Chihuahua (Mexico); a major Asian telecommunication equipment provider in Xi'an, Shaanxi and Shenzhen (China); and a large provider of fixed telephony in Seattle. In this experience report William will compare and contrast these actual enterprise Agile adoptions to each other and to his mental model of an ideal adoption..

Bio:
William Rowden is a ScrumMaster, Agile coach, and trainer at SolutionsIQ, with expertise in enterprise Agile adoption. A skilled communicator and collaborator, he has worked with up to 100 managers, testers, and developers in transition at one time. In addition to teaching technical practices, William co- trains Certified ScrumMaster and Certified Scrum Product Owner courses.

William also brings 7 years of experience to his executive coaching — as co-founder/CTO of an Agile software company, Gray Hill Solutions, he developed traffic.511.org, an Advance Traffic Management System, and a transit route analyzer. His love of languages enhances his development coaching — he can write in over 20 computer languages (most recently Perl, C# 3.5, and Java) and two natural languages (English and Spanish), and is currently studying Mandarin.



On Parking: Construx does not validate garage parking and parking on 108th or 110th is also problemmatic. It is possibleto park free in certain places along the street or at the nearby library



Going North on I-405 toward Bellevue...
1.Take exit 13B for NE 8th Street
2.Take the NE 8th Street West ramp
3.Merge onto NE 8th Street
4.Turn right onto 110th Avenue. Construx is the building on the left, on the corner of 110th Avenue and NE 8th Street
5.Turn left into the parking lot immediately past the building

Going South on I-405 toward Bellevue...
1.Take exit 13B for NE 8th Street
2.Take the NE 8th Street West ramp
3.Merge onto NE 8th Street
4.Turn right onto 110th Avenue. Construx is the building on the left, on the corner of 110th Avenue and NE 8th Street
5.Turn left into the parking lot immediately past the building
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