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Speaking at #InnovateVA2011 Sept 16th

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Arin Sime

Speaking at #InnovateVA2011 Sept 16th

The Innovate Virginia conference will be held in Richmond, Virginia, on Friday September 16th, and I am proud to be one of the speakers there.  It will be an excellent one-day conference bringing together many excellent speakers in a cost effective and local setting perfect for the many teams around Virginia who are learning about agile methods.

You can view the full program here.

I will be speaking at 1:30pm on “Agile Techniques for Innovative Project Planning”.  This will be an introduction to agile planning methods, with a particular emphasis on how they support innovate projects.  Here is the session description:

Agile Techniques for Innovative Project Planning

Arin Sime, Novice track, 60 minutes

It’s hard to plan in depth too far into the future, especially when you are doing innovative software development. But it’s still critical to keep your team focused on delivering customer value and coordinating well with each other. This is an example of where agile planning techniques really shine. In this interactive session you will learn the basics of agile planning, and then work with others at your table to plan a sample iteration. We will discuss iteration and release planning, estimation, story points, and user stories.

About the presenter

Arin Sime is an Agile Coach and founder of AgilityFeat in Charlottesville, Virginia. Arin is an experienced IT leader with over 14 years of experience as a developer, project lead, architect, and entrepreneur. Arin is a strong proponent of Agile software development practices and has spoken at the Agile2009, Agile2010, and XP2011 conferences, among others. Arin holds a Masters in Management of IT (MSMIT) from the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce.

I look forward to seeing you at Innovate Virginia on September 16th!



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