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  • Wyatt Sutherland
    CTI Alumni Event: Agile Development---- A Panel Discussion for DePaul s Technology Community is Co-Sponsored by the CTI Alumni Association & the Chicago
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      CTI Alumni Event: Agile Development----

      A Panel Discussion for DePaul's Technology Community is Co-Sponsored by
      the CTI Alumni Association & the Chicago Chapter ACM.

      (RSVP required, instructions can be found below.)

      The event is planned for Friday, May 3, 2002, at the DePaul Student
      Center, Lincoln Park Campus, 2250 N. Sheffield Ave. from 5:30 p.m. - 8
      p.m.

      Registration and networking 5:30 - 6 p.m., panel discussion 6-7 p.m.,
      and networking 7-8 p.m.

      Agile Development is quickly changing the landscape of software
      development, leading the industry toward lean, adaptable development
      methodologies. Join DePaul's CTI Alumni Association for a panel
      discussion on the Agile Development movement. An agile project is
      developed as a series of small releases, and places value on:
      Individuals and interactions over processes & tools; Working software
      over comprehensive documentation; Customer collaboration over contract
      negotiation; and responding to change over following a plan.

      Our panelists will discuss why both business and technology
      professionals alike are endorsing these simple, yet proven practices,
      which are shaping the success of software development.

      MODERATOR:

      Wyatt Sutherland, Founder, of YellowCello Inc.

      PANELISTS:

      � Mike Beedle, Founder & CEO of e-Architects Inc.
      � Ron Crocker, Fellow of the Technology Group, Motorola's Network
      Advanced Technology Group
      � James Grenning, Director of Consulting, Object Mentor, Inc.
      � John Manzo, Chief Technology Officer, Geneer
      � Robert C. Martin, President of Object Mentor Inc.

      To RSVP for this panel discussion, contact Alumni Relations & Networks
      (dpalumni@..., 1-800-4DP-1898 or 1-800-437-1898).




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