Being Agile is hard. Simple, and hard. Simple because, in theory, all we need to do to achieve a yogic level of Agility is to live by the Agile Principles as set forth in the Agile Manifesto. Hard, because the real world impinges on or impedes this effort every %$(^%&! day.
"Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer
through early and continuous delivery
of valuable software."
The workshop is called Continuous Delivery of Software: Maximizing Customer Satisfaction by Delivering Early and Often. The first session will be Monday, January 25, from 7 to 9 am at the Hobee's Restaurant in Redwood Shores (you can see it from the freeway). For the tuition of $50, we're throwing in a full, hearty American Breakfast is included–yep, we're talking bacon, french toast, and chorizo omelets here, not burnt coffee and a shrink-wrapped croissant. You'll also receive a certificate of completion you can use to claim 2 PDUs from the PMI.
PDUs and bacon. What more could you ask for? Register here.