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New York SPIN Presentation: Extreme Programming (XP) & Productivity Measurement

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February 8, 2007

New York SPIN Presentation: Extreme Programming (XP) & Productivity Measurement

Tony Hutchings from Bank of America and chair of the New York City SPIN has graciously sent out the following invitation for a speech that I’m going to be giving there on Tuesday, February 13th. I’ll be speaking about benchmark results on Agile/XP projects from a productivity, time-to-market, and defect/quality perspective. Hope you can join us!

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We are delighted to welcome back one of City SPIN’s long-time friends, the much published, always insightful, Michael Mah.

Michael, like Tim Lister last month, has spoken twice before at City SPIN, and on both occasions provided us with great practical advice, as well as the expert’s perspective on metrics, productivity and modern trends. We asked Michael this time to bring his measurement expertise to the world of Agile methods (specifically, XP), continuing our exploration of this important trend in software engineering methods. I can think of no-one more qualified than Michael to talk on this topic, so I hope you’ll join me for what will be a most valuable look at a very important part of our software engineering canon.

We had a great turn-out for last month’s event with Tim Lister, so let’s see if we can’t do the same for Michael – I promise you won’t be disappointed.

Please join me on February 13th. at JPMorgan Chase’s 1/CMP offices for this event!

Tony Hutchings
Bank of America Quality & Productivity
& New York City SPIN Chair

Website Access Note:
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