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Great agile event coming up on Feb 3rd at VGT i...

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Arin Sime

Great agile event coming up on Feb 3rd at VGT in Ruckersville

I’m excited to be part of a great upcoming agile event in the Charlottesville area!

VGT (Video Gaming Technologies) in Ruckersville is hosting an evening of agile in a few weeks in coordination with AgileCville and Impact Makers.  There going to be multiple speakers, free food, and this event is being promoted in Richmond as well as Charlottesville so we are hoping for a great turn out.

Here’s the announcement from Impact Makers:

What’s all this talk about Lean, Agile and Kanban?

I hear it empowers teams to take control of their work. Wow! What else does it do? Come and find out!

VGT and Impact Makers are sponsoring the February 3rd Agile Cville meeting. Join us for a discussion on Lean-Agile, Kanban, TDD (Test-Driven Development). You’ll also hear how one company successfully transitioned to Scrum in a matter of months!

Date:  Friday, February 3, 2012
Time:   4:30 – 8:30 pm (food & beverage will be provided)
Location:  VGT, 623 Welsh Run Road # A. Ruckersville, VA 22968-2768

Cost:  free!

Agenda

  •    Networking and Welcome
  •    VGT Agile Transformation with Rao Kasibhotla
  •    Kanban with Daniel Vacanti, Kanban trainer
  •    TDD (Test-Driven Development) and Agile Cville update with Arin Sime of AgilityFeat.com
  •    Retrospective with Mike Vizdos of implementingscrum.com
  •    Networking and Closing

RSVP now to reserve your spot.
To register please e-mail Eve Akers at eakers@impactmakers.org

You may also want to check out Impact Makers’ upcoming Kanban
training, Feb 8-9 in Richmond.
http://impactmakers.org/2011/
(Note from Arin: This should be a great course and I will likely attend too)



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