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  • Jay Conne
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    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 26, 2010
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      >From: "GBC/ACM Registrar" <events@...>
      >To: jay@...
      >Reply-To: "GBC/ACM Registrar" <registrar@...>
      >Subject: GBC/ACM Seminar: Programming Without
      >Fear - Price Increase Coming (Copy)
      >Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2010 19:01:48 -0600
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      >Programming Without Fear
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      >Programming Without Fear
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      >Best Practices for New and Existing Software
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      >Register Now - Savings end October 31!
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      >Please pass this message on to other programmers
      >who may benefit from this seminar and to
      >engineering managers. This series of
      >professional development seminars benefits both
      >individuals and teams, and is a cost effective
      >way to learn advanced techniques for greater
      >productivity. Plus, there is a 5% discount for
      >registering two people, and a 10% discount for
      >three or more! (Contact
      ><mailto:registrar@...>registrar@... for details.)
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      >Writing new code is one of the joys of
      >programming. Modifying existing code is often
      >one of the nightmares of programming.
      >Unfortunately, you will spend more time
      >modifying existing code than writing new code.
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      >Modifying existing code often results in
      >Whac-A-Mole Programming - you make a change in
      >one part of the code, and a problem crops up in
      >another place. You fix that problem and two more
      >pop up. You quickly find yourself trapped in debug hell!
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      >There is a better way - a sane approach to
      >dealing with both new code and legacy code. A
      >framework for bringing order to code chaos, for
      >making changes to existing code that are
      >actually improvements. And this seminar provides
      >a powerful approach to developing and modifying code.
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      >In this seminar you will learn reliable,
      >sustainable and enjoyable software development
      >practices which you can immediately put to use.
      >These techniques, first popularized in Extreme
      >Programming (XP), have been proven, refined and
      >extended for more than a decade. By using them
      >you will produce working code faster, increase
      >its quality, and reduce technical debt — the
      >demon that snarls later development.
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      >Presented by Gil Broza of 3PVantage, this
      >seminar covers key areas including Code Smells,
      >Refactoring, Microtesting, Test-Driven
      >Development, Dependencies, and Test Smells. You
      >will move from hacking at code - perhaps
      >creating more problems than you solve - to code craftsmanship.
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      >When: November 13-14, 2010
      >Where: MIT Building E51
      >Cambridge, MA
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      >Price: $545 through October 31, $595 Nov. 1-10, $695 after Nov. 10
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      >Details: www.gbcacm.org
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      >Seminar presented by the Greater Boston Chapter of the ACM
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      Agile Project Management Leadership
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