Thursday, September 11, 2008

Deep Agile 2008 - Not as Easy as You Thought!

A 2-Day Intensive Conversation With James Coplien and Bob Martin

The sparks will fly when two passionate professionals - Jim Coplien and Bob Martin - square off to make the world safe for software development.

In the corner of architecture, patterns and agile is Jim Coplien.
Driving the necessity of test based design is "Uncle Bob" Martin.

Each will use their long track records, numerous case studies, and success stories to argue that they have the answers you need to deliver successful projects and products. The difference here is that we are presenting both sides of the story, and working with Jim and Bob to show how both approaches meet in the arena of professional software development.

Come prepared to be surprised and have your assumptions questioned! Our goal is to get well beyond the buzzwords and introductory agile ideas, and to get you thinking.

What: Deep Agile 2008: Not as Easy as you Thought!
When: November 8-9, 2008, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Registration opens at 8:30am)
Where: MIT, Cambridge, MA - Room E51-345 Hosted by Jay Conne

Only $495 at the Super early bird rate. That expires on Sept 23 so don’t put off registering! And for readers of my blog, when you register, enter the discount code of DA20087UPAN for a further $50 off. You’ll pay only $445 – a full $205 savings off the standard price!

Space is limited to 90 in this MIT seminar room and we are expecting to sell out early. So register early! Details are on the Agile Bazaar website.


Anonymous said...

Oh, awesome! I am so there.

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