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New England Agile Bazaar - Next Meeting June 16, 2005

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  • Donald Roby
    * MEETING NOTICE * New England Agile Bazaar - Next Meeting June 16, 2005 TOPIC: Agile SCM PRESENTER: Steve Berczuk, co-author of Software Configuration
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31, 2005
      * MEETING NOTICE *

      New England Agile Bazaar - Next Meeting June 16, 2005

      TOPIC: Agile SCM

      PRESENTER: Steve Berczuk, co-author of "Software Configuration
      Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration"

      ABSTRACT: One of the most common roadblocks to effective team software
      development is inappropriate or ineffective configuration management
      practices. Developers can't easily create workspaces, code with
      errors is checked in, slowing down other team members, and integration
      takes a long time at the end of the project. This tutorial will show
      how to create an effective development environment that allows for
      rapid change by using appropriate build, version management and
      testing practices.

      DATE: Thursday, June 16, 2005

      TIME: 6:00 - 8:30pm; (6-6:30 networking, announcements;
      6:30-7:30 presentation; 7:30-8:30 food, networking)

      LOCATION: Halligan Hall Room 111, Tufts University, 165 College Ave,
      Medford MA.

      COST: $10 (collected at the door, primarily covering food)

      RSVP: Don Roby <droby@...>

      DIRECTIONS: Use the campus map at
      http://www.tufts.edu/home/maps/medford/ to find Halligan Hall,
      165 College Ave, Medford, MA. This map can also be used to find
      nearby parking, including the main ($5 fee) parking garage at Dowling
      Hall, 419 Boston Avenue, Medford, MA.


      About New England Agile Bazaar

      The New England Agile Bazaar is a group of software engineers,
      software managers, and software test professionals who are now using
      Agile software methodologies or who are considering using them. "Agile
      methodologies" includes Scrum, Extreme Programming, DSDM, Crystal
      Clear, to name a few. What they all have in common is an iterative,
      flexible approach to software development that enables teams to
      deliver on their commitments while using simple rules to balance
      risks.
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