Improving is hosting our third annual AgileDotNet conference in Dallas on Friday February 17th. It will be a day of presentations and discussion focused on agile software development on the Microsoft stack, ALM tools, and the leadership and cultural issues involved in agile IT.
As the website says, AgileDotNet Dallas will be hosted at the Addison Convention Center, which is right near the Addison Circle and the big blue sculpture art thing. There are topics for everyone, weather you’re new to agile concepts or an experienced developer. For you PMI types, there are 7 PDUs (personal development units) up for grabs to help maintain your certification. The price is only $50 per person, which helps cover the cost of the venue and the food. Lunch is served and there’s a panel discussion with experienced leaders in the industry answering your questions. Come check it out!
I had a great time at the conference and met some amazing people. I would recommend this to anyone that has projects and teams. It was more than just Business vs IT.
Keep up the great work at Improving.
The conference was a blast for me. I really enjoyed meeting new people and visiting with old firends. I looked like all the sessions captured audience attention. I felt like the opening keynote went well, too, but I definitely came away with some refinements for the next deliveries. Speaking of which, AgileDotNet Houston is exactly 2 months away. I guess it’s time to get the conference schedule up on the site and start letting people know. And since I won’t have to write a keynote from scratch, hopefully I’ll be more organized on the rest of the conference.