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Achieving Personal Sustainable Pace
Women in Agile San Antonio is part of a grass-roots initiative to promote and support the work of outstanding women in the agile community through blogging, speaking and building a network among other women and allies. Organically formed local groups are collaborating to exchange learnings and support one another. Join Tamara Nation and other organizers, members, supporters and others who are interested in Women in Agile for lunch, networking and knowledge exchange. During lunch, Tamara will speak and facilitate a conversation to help attendees find their personal sustainable pace, enabling them to maintain a healthy relationship with their job. The topic and the meeting are not just for women. All attendees are welcome, but seating is limited and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Speaker: Tamara Nation
Tamara has over 20 years of experience spanning the software life cycle. She began her career as a software engineer developing writing code for unmanned aircraft. She worked as a software developer and DBA for over 12 years before finding Scrum. Tamara’s focus the last seven years has been helping teams adopt lean incremental, iterative approaches to improve their work performance and work experience for the better. She was the first SPC in Europe and a graduate of the first SPCT class in 2013. She is now Scaled Agile, Inc.’s first Release Train Engineer.
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Note this event is closed to KAA attendees. Conference registration here: http://conference.agileaustin.org/