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The Agile Manifesto @ Aspen NYC

From: Marco N.
Sent on: Monday, November 3, 2008 9:41 PM
Hi New York XP,

at tonights Meetup we had a small number of attendees, Heba, me and 3
MIAs from 10 'YES' RSVPs. I think we have to plan another session that
will involve more member participation. It's ok to have a meetup with
just 2 people once in a while but it's not the goal for this meetup.

I just read "Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP" By
Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg and think it would a good and
provocative subject for the next XP session.

What Do You think? What time, date and location would work for you?
Aspen@NYCis to busy for the XP session I think.


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