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Re: [scrumdevelopment] ANN: Deep Agile 2009: Agile for Embedded Systems

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  • Ken Schwaber
    Kind of borders on advertising. Jay, I m really glad that you are having this. Ken
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 23, 2009
      Kind of borders on advertising. Jay, I'm really glad that you are having this.

      On Feb 23, 2009, at 6:43 PM, jay_conne wrote:

      Announcing: Deep Agile 2009: Agile for Embedded Systems
      Sponsored by Agile Bazaar, New England's agile community hub

      Join us for a two-day deep dive into Agile practices for 
      embedded systems. We'll get beyond superficial prescriptions 
      and cookbook advice to understand how a methodology that demands 
      extreme flexibility can work in an environment known for its 
      rigidity. Jack Ganssle has the deep experience to pose the kinds 
      of challenging questions all embedded folk want to ask, and 
      James Grenning and Russel Hill have been practicing embedded agile 
      programming long enough to give us answers grounded in experience, 
      that is, *embedded* experience!

      Host: Nancy Van Schooenderwoert, founder of Lean-Agile Partners, 
      http://www.leanagil epartners. com/

      When: Saturday, April 25th - Sunday, April 26th, 2009 
      Where: Cambridge, MA
      Register at http://deepagile200 9.eventbrite. com/
      Super Early bird, $295, Sale ends March 7th, 2009. 
      Early Bird registration is $395 on March 8th, 2009

      PLAN AHEAD and SAVE $100, register before March 7th!!

      Session titles for Saturday April 25th, 2009 
      1. Overcoming Embedded Challenges with Agile
      2. Agile Test Techniques for Embedded
      3. Continuous Integration as Foundation for Speed
      4. Jack's Practical Tips for Building Real Time Embedded Systems
      5. TDD in a Fishbowl
      6. Test Driving Next to the Hardware

      Session titles for Sunday April 26th, 2009
      1. Designs by Contract
      2. Teamwork: the Prerequisite to Team Autonomy
      3. Incremental Delivery: Impossibility or Opportunity?
      4. Case Study: Keys to Agile Success at Key
      5. The big Hairy Monster: Legacy Code
      6. Things That Count Can't be Counted - or Can They?
      7. Agile Do or Don't

      For details on the sessions, visit http://www.agilebaz aar.org


      Jack Ganssle - One of the best-known authorities in the embedded world; 
      veteran of over 100 embedded projects, author of six books, and hundreds 
      of articles, Jack consults to NASA and to industry leading companies 
      worldwide. Jack's site: http://www.ganssle. com/

      James Grenning - An original author of the Manifesto for Agile Software
      Development, James is a seasoned extreme programming coach and
      trainer, coaching his first XP team in 1999. James was trained by the
      guys that started it all. He has written many articles and speaks
      at the Embedded Systems Conference and Agile conferences. 
      James' site: http://www.renaissa ncesoftware. net/

      Russel Hill - Senior Software Engineer at Key Technology Inc.,
      Russel has been applying XP and Scrum practices for 10 years
      in tough real-world embedded projects.

      Gold Level Sponsors:
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      Silver Level Sponsors:
      Constant Contact, http://www.constant contact.com
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      SmartBear Software, http://smartbear. com/

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