|From:||Erik Wynne S.|
|Sent on:||Sunday, March 14, 2010 9:56 PM|
Are you just starting out with Agile, XP or Scrum and need to get up to speed? Or do you know a thing or two about Agile but want to learn the basics so you can implement it in your organization? Then this Firestarter is for you. We’ll take you from 0 to 60 in 8 hours. Bring a laptop with Visual Studio 2008 Express Edition (or better) for an all-day hands-on seminar led by some of the NY area’s Agile practitioners.
This event is a repeat presentation of the content from prior NYC and Northern-NJ-Area Agile Firestarter events. If you have attended one of those prior deliveries of this content, please don't RSVP for this one as well. Instead make room for someone else who hasn't been able to attend past deliveries of this content! Stay tuned because we are already planning a follow-up event for alumni of the Agile Firestarters.
When: Saturday, March 27, 2010
Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
1290 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10019
· Registration and Welcome
· Introduction to Agile (Steve Bohlen)
· Agile Estimation (Dan Berlin)
· Test Driven Development (Alex Hung)
· Continuous Integration (Erik Stepp)
· SOLID Object Oriented Design Principles (Todd Snyder)
· Dependency Injection (Ben Dewey)
· Retrospective (Erik Stepp)
· Wrap up
For more details on the agenda sessions and speakers, visit http://www.agilefirestarter.com
Registration opens 9:00am Monday 3/15/2010 and space is limited so plan to RSVP as soon after that as possible!