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Jared Richardson works at Logos Technologies As a recognized expert in the software industry, Jared has worked with both start-ups and software giants. He's been involved with various open source projects, with roles from contributor to founder. Jared co-authored the best selling book Ship It! and Career 2.0, and founded the Agile RTP user group as a local outlet for the agile community in North Carolina. His personal blog is Agile Artisans

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A New Local Agile Conference: TriAgile!

04.08.2014
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 There's a great annual conference coming to RTP for the first time on May 2nd. The stellar speaker lineup includes:

And that's only about half the list! See the entire list here.

The conference has four concurrent tracks with six sessions, not counting Andy's morning keynote. We opted for shorter session times (45 minutes) with the hope we'd have more content and you'd get to attend more great sessions and hear more speakers.

We also worked hard to keep the prices low. A single ticket is only $99 and can be lower if you can bring 4 more of your friends.

Topics range from Tim Wingfield's Executable Requirements: Testing in the Language of the Business to Catherine Louis' Failure patterns: Lessons learned over 10 years transforming global companies. I'll be giving my introduction to agile talk. The material is wide ranging and I'm sure you'll have more than a few talks you'll want to attend.

Also, a huge shout out to Tom Wessel and all of Southern Fried Agile team. Without their help and backing, this event wouldn't have happened.

It should be a great first outing for this new conference. We're trying to spread the word, so please pass on the information to your friends and co-workers in North Carolina. I hope to see you at TriAgile!
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