2012 DC Agile Engineering Conference and Global Day of Coderetreat

7-8 Dec 2012 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Arlington, US

Learn how to succeed with Agile engineering!

Excella Consulting is excited to present the 2012 DC Agile Engineering Conference followed by the Global Day of Coderetreat on December 7th and 8th in Arlington, VA.

Day 1: DC Agile Engineering Conference presented by Excella Consulting

Join us on Friday December 7th for a day full of insightful presentations and demonstrations on Agile engineering practices. This one day conference will be split into 3 tracks: >6 presentations covering the latest on Test Driven Development (TDD), continuous integration (CI), DevOps, and acceptance testing >Open space to drill in on deep technical practices and address your toughest challenges >Dojo session for hands-on TDD to warm up for the Global Day of Coderetreat

This conference will not have vendors nor sales pitches; it's all about practitioners learning and sharing the latest in Agile technical practices with fellow practitioners.

Day 2: Global Day of Coderetreat

Come back the next day, Saturday December 8th, for hands-on coding during the Global Day of Coderetreat. This is a one day event being held simultaneously in over 200 cities around the world. The Coderetreat day builds on the topics covered in the Agile Engineering Conference and focuses on hands-on coding while applying clean code, refactoring, unit testing, pair programming, and TDD practices.

Come with your laptop equipped with your favorite programming and unit testing environment. Be prepared to pair up, code, practice, learn, share, and have fun!

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