Speaking at IASA Atlanta: May 9th

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This should be fun a night, I will kick off with a light hearted look at Cruise Control – it is amazing how many projects still do not use Continuous Integration. My plan is take demos and a few slides – knowing the Architect Group the audience will soon be talking more than me 😉

Next I will give a more formal presentation on Software Estimation – it will be a little dry, but I expect people in the room will liven it up with amusing tales from the field. We all have tales to tell of estimates which went awry.

The Architects group is really meant for Architects and CTOs with 10+ years experience. Even are you not an Architect (yet!) come along this month and enjoy these basic topics. Be aware that most regulars will call out any BS from presenters, I fully expect to be challenged and hope to learn a lot from other attendees.

The Atlanta IASA website is http://www.iasahome.org/web/atlanta.
We meet at Matrix in Dunwoody:

May 9 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Matrix (on the top floor)
115 Perimeter Center Place NE
Suite 250
Atlanta, GA 30346

Click here for a Google Map

The office is secure so if you are late knock on the window to the left of the door and someone will let you in.

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3 Responses to Speaking at IASA Atlanta: May 9th

  1. Great Paul, very much looking forward to the presentations. I’m also interested to hear stories of software estimation and how we can all improve the necessary task.

  2. rams says:

    Looking forward to hearing you speak. See you @ the meeting. We are embarking on a conversion project and these topics couldnt have been more timely.

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