This year the Spring School focuses on Agile development. We have been lucky to secure some very high profile speakers.
Booking now open
Even if you cant come please help us by putting this poster up at your workplace.
This series of four lectures will be held on March 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd, and is hosted by the Bristol Institute of Technology at the University of the West of England. Topics to be covered are:
- The Agile Manifesto
- Test Driven Development
- Extreme Programming, Pair Programming
- Estimating, planning, monitoring and control
- The Theory of Constraints
- Lean Production
- How to transition to Agile
- The future of Agile
- Training for Agile
The series is Introduced
by David Hicks. David is a Founder Member of the Agile Alliance
and Managing Director of Agile services company RADTAC.
The second lecture is by David Deans on Development/Engineering Practices.
Dave Deans provides Process Improvement consultancy, including the application of Agile practices to systems and software development.
The Development/Engineering Practices
will be further developed by Giovanni Asproni. Of all Agile development processes for producing quality software Test Driven Development (TDD) is key.
To round off Allan Kelly will give us The Future of Agile.
Allan is the author of "Changing Software Development: Learning to become Agile".
Charges for the series have been kept extremely low. For all four lectures the charge will be:
To book your place
- For non BCS members
- £49.99 (Including VAT)
- For BCS Members and non BCS students
- £29.99 (Including VAT)
- For BCS Students
- £19.99 (Including VAT)
, you will need to log on to the BCS Secure area
. If you are a BCS member but not registered for online access you will need to do this first.
Non-Members please first register as a guest
on the secure site. Then members should go to the event booking page
or you can go direct to the Spring School event
Note: these prices are designed to give a real incentive for non members to join the BCS
If space is available individual lectures will be available, we will make these available nearer to the lecture date.
Directions to the Frenchay Campus are available on the UWE website
and here is a map
. Please note that parking permits are required and may be obtained from the campus gatehouse.
See the campus map.
Lecture theatre 2B020 is in B block (marked B - the "coffee filter" shape in the north west quarter of the map) and parking is advised in CP2 or CP3.
BCS VAT registration number: GB 618 1687 24
BCS Registered Charity number: 292786
Official Website: http://www.bristol.bcs.org.uk/?q=node/68