Wednesday, June 18, 2008 - 8:30am-4:30pm
Location: The Doubletree Hotel Executive Meeting Center
1000 NE Multnomah - Portland, OR 97232
Cost: $199 for members $199 for non members
Limited Time Offer: Register for The Business of Agile (6/17/08) and Agile Software Development (6/18/08) OR register yourself & a friend for either class and pay only $175 instead of $199! *You must register for both classes separately - discounts will be applied manually, before your card is processed. You will receive an email confirmation - please contact Stephanie El-Hajj ([email protected]) with any questions regarding payment.
You've heard about Agile methods; Scrum, Extreme Programming, and the others. They used to grow subversively, as a grass-roots, under-the-radar effort by a few, out-there programmers and project managers who wanted to deliver higher quality products and gain more control over their work lives. Now it's become a buzzword, an "enterprise initiative" mandated by your executives. Can that be good? What does Agile mean for folks on the front-line: the coders, testers, usability wonks, and others? Come to this day-long session with two experienced Agile practitioners to get answers about what Agile means for your work.
This training opportunity is funded, in part, with Employer Workforce Training Funds administered by the Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development.
Official Website: https://db.sao.org/calendar2/event_description.htm?eventID=6/18/08ta
Added by sao on May 28, 2008