Thanks to John Wilson for letting me know about this conference. If any of you is interested, there’s still time to register.
I intend to attend the following sessions:
- Take Control of Your Team’s Decisions NOW! by Ken Schwaber
- Avoiding the Seven Pitfalls of Lean by Mary Poppendieck
- Pair Managing: Two Managers per Programmer by Jim Highsmith
- Two-Phase Waterfall: Implementation Considered Harmful by Robert C. Martin
- User Interaction: It Was Hard to Build, It Should Be Hard to Use by Jeff Patton
- FIT Testing In When You Can; Otherwise Skip It by Ward Cunningham
- The Joy of Silence: Cube Farm Designs That Cut Out Conversation by Alistair Cockburn
There’s something in it for everyone, and it comes well recommended. Do cascade the information to others who should attend.
2 thoughts on “Musing about Waterfalls”
This is the true story of artist, musician, actor, and
published author Richie Dunne (Summer at Seashell Harbor) who
grew up in the fifties back in Brooklyn, New York. Although
he is all of those things, first and foremost he is a
husband, a father and a grandfather. As a young man in his
early twenties, he was now with his even younger wife raising
five children out on Long Island. As these five kids started
getting older and meeting some new “cool” friends, they began
listening to and really loving the rock band, The Grateful
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And it’s not even April 1 yet …