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[ANN] eXtreme Programming San Diego meeting - Thursday, January 4th

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  • banshee858
    Models of Organization – Managed vs. Self-Organizing Cross-functional, self-organizing teams are at the heart of any team using agile software development
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      Models of Organization – Managed vs. Self-Organizing

      Cross-functional, self-organizing teams are at the heart of any team
      using agile software development practices. Yet, many individuals and
      teams struggle to become truly self-organizing and understand how
      their traditional roles fit into the new paradigm. Through a series
      of short simulations intended to imitate constraints common on
      software projects, participants will be able to identify the key
      differences between self-organizing and managed teams, experience what
      it feels like to work on a self-organizing team and learn techniques
      to improve their team dynamics.

      Carlton Nettleton is a Senior Software Developer for SAIC developing
      web applications using C# and ASP.Net and coaches teams in agile
      software development. In 2002, he founded XP San Diego, a professional
      usergroup to discuss agile software development. He has five years of
      experience with Extreme Programming and is a Certified ScrumMaster.

      The meeting will be held at SAIC on Campus Point Dr.
      (http://xpsd.org/SAICDirections ) from 6-7:30 PM on Thursday, January
      4th. Please RSVP to nettletonc@... if you wish to attend. If you
      are not a U.S. citizen, bring your passport with you to the meeting.

      http://xpsd.org
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