November | 8 | Chicago - Microsoft Office Downtown
Due to Microsoft Office space constraints only 24 attendees will be allowed to register for the Chicago event
Register here for Chicago event here: https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=157428
Please remember to cancel your registration if you can no longer attend. Space is extremely limited so we’d like to make sure we take best advantage of our limited space and be fair to everyone who CAN attend!
About Chad Albrecht
Over the last 20 years of his career, Chad has been an executive, consultant, developer, coach and trainer. Having worked with dynamic organizations around the world in diverse industries, Chad is a strong believer in Agile ALM techniques and the Kaizen corporate culture. Chad is also an avid speaker at user groups, a published author and active member of the software development community. As a Vice President for Centare’s Agile Practice and a Professional Scrum Trainer, Chad and his practice help organizations make the transition to Agile.
About Steve Amstadt
Steve Amstadt is a certified Professional Scrum Developer in Centare’s Agile Practice. Steve has over twelve years of Quality Assurance experience as a consultant working at clients across multiple industries. For the past year, Steve has been working on a high-performing Scrum team focusing on Quality Assurance and testing.
About Gary Pedretti
Gary Pedretti is an application architect, software developer, and Scrum coach. With over twelve years of experience in technology, Gary helps companies achieve their goals of delivering business value through software. Industries he works in include building automation, print and finishing, logistics, health care, pharmaceutical, beverage, health insurance, building remodeling, and office equipment – ranging in size from small volunteer organizations to Fortune 100 corporations.
Gary has been evangelizing Scrum and Agile methodologies since 2006, after taking a class with Ken Schwaber. Gary sees these methodologies as a natural outgrowth of the lessons learned in the software industry, including lessons he has personally learned. He is a strong believer in the “see one, do one, teach one” road to craft and mastery, which led Gary to the role of Professional Scrum Trainer for Scrum.org.
Everyone is welcome! Please forward this to a co-worker or colleague you think would benefit from attending.
Don’t forget to register today! – we look forward to seeing you!
If the date or location of the Chicago event is inconvenient, there are 2 other options.
ALM for Agile Development Brookfield, WI November 10, 2011
Register for WI Event
ALM for Agile Development Indianapolis, IN November 29, 2011
Register for Indy Event
Professional Scrum Developer – Scrum.org
Succeeding with Agile
The Enterprise and Scrum
Agile 101 – Thinking About Change
Introduction to Emergent Architecture
Using Visual Studio for Emergent Architecture
Agile Testing & Microsoft Test Manager
Discussion / Q&A