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Scrum and Agile Engineering Practices - What every ScrumMaster needs to know

Some Agile teams fail to figure out or implement technical practices that are necessary for long term success. Practices like automated builds, automated tests, automated deployments, continuous integration, and continuous delivery are now considered essential for the success of any software development project. Join us for a tour of software engineering best practices. We'll discuss what these practices are and their impact on scope, schedule, cost, resources and quality. We'll also share some ideas on how to start adopting these practices and how to incrementally introduce them and gradually improve your team's software development process.

About the Speaker
Stephen Ritchie is the author of Pro .NET Best Practices. He has been writing software professionally for over 20 years. He works as a software development consultant at Excella Consulting. His passion for following best practices has taught him to appreciate the value of experience, practical know-how, and continuous learning. Stephen is the .NET best practices steward at Excella Consulting, working with .NET project teams to facilitate and sort out the helpful practices from the unhelpful ones, the practicable from the impracticable, and the "sounds good" from the "it really is good" practices and principles.


When: September 23, 2013 at 6:00 pm (See Agenda Below)

Where: Excella Consulting, Ground floor conference room, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Arlington VA 22201

Cost: Free thanks to our sponsors

Sponsors:

Thank you to our main sponsor Excella Consulting for hosting our meetings and providing pizza and refreshments.

Excella is hiring! Check out the open job opportunities page. Excella is offering DCSUG members a discount for upcoming Agile training classes.

 

 

Agenda:


6:00 – 6:30 Arrive, mingle, pizza, network and setup

6:30 – 8:00 Discussion/Game/Workshop

8:00 – 8:30 Q&A and wrap-up

 

Can't make it this month?

We meet monthly. So if you can't make it this month, hopefully we'll see you at the next meetup. Also, if you have an idea, game, workshop, or story to share with the group, then please contact the organizer to setup a presentation for a future meeting.

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