Re: [scrumdevelopment] CSM course in Australia?
- On 5/3/05, David H. <dmalloc@...> wrote:
> On 5/3/05, Yannick Arekion <arekiony@...> wrote:Gee. I guess it's only 1000 Yen's in Japan, then ;)
> > Can you let me know how much it will cost and I will try to get some people
> Well in Europe it is 1000 Euro, in the US 1000 US Dollar, so I guess
> it would be 1000 Australian buckaroos :)
- Is it 1000 rand OR rupees?
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>or 1000 Rand in India.
> Gee. I guess it's only 1000 Yen's in Japan, then ;)
That would prmote scrum quickly :) <grins>
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- Joseph Pelrine came over from Switzerland in February and we had 3
It was a tough gig because he thought it would be sun and sand, but
we had a freak weather pattern through and it rained for the 1st week!
He delivered the Scrum training on the back of a consulting
engagement, so I gues the travel costs didn't impact the final fee.
So, if any of you out there want to deliver a training course, I can
highly recommend Adelaide in South Australia. Not only is it easy to
get to, but the wine districts are about 30 minutes away.
Oh, and Kangaroo Island is a ferry-ride away!
Or how about Brisbane for the Great Barrier Reef?
So, if there are plans, book me in for 3 seats!
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