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Question from fellow Got.rb member (me, Chris) :)

From: Christopher C.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 12:53 PM

Apologies for the group email.  I have a quick question for those of you who use:
  1. Some sort of agile methodology, such as I know CJ/eLabs and some others do (Anders, David, who else?).
  2. User stories.
  3. Bonus if you also use PivotalTracker, such as I know some of you do currently or have in the past.
Might one of you be interested and able to help tutor me in those areas?  Or at least explore the possibility with an initial consultation over beers, fika or burgers, your choice (I'm buying, of course), with no obligation (of course) to do anything beyond that exploration.  Let me know.  We could kick around the subject and I could show and tell you the idea I had in mind, which involves me working through an existing and short programming tutorial and use it as kind of an agile and user story case study.

Anyway, that's my idea/question.

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