I'd really like to see some agile talks, particularly ones focused on
modeling or database techniques, submitted to the conference.
CALL FOR PAPERS FOR SD BEST PRACTICES 2004 will close March 31st.
Submit your proposal(s):
For over 17 years, it's been the mission of the Software Development
Conference and Expo to deliver reliable, trustworthy and practical
developer training to thousands of developers and managers. Now in its
second year, SD Best Practices offers practical skills on how to
incorporate best practices, quality, design, and proven management
techniques into your software applications. Tracks offered include:
Requirements and Analysis
Testing and Quality
Build and Deploy
Design and Architecture
Process and Methods
People, Projects and Teams
This year, in addition to traditional SD formats, SD Best Practices will
offer experiential classes. These classes will be an exchange of ideas,
information and opinions that will focus on collaboration and cooperation
and promote the value of working with others. Classes will be full-day (6
hours) or half-day (3 hours)in length.
September 20-23, 2004
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
Sessions must focus on independent education. Sessions containing any
product, tool, or service sales pitch will not be accepted.
If you have questions regarding the Call for Papers, please contact me at
Nicole Garbolino, Conference Director
Scott W. Ambler
Senior Consultant, Ronin International, Inc.