Agile Open California Oct 23-24
Looking for a great Open Spaces format conference? Agile Open California in San Francisco may be right up your alley! I first heard about this conference from Vandana Shah of Agitar during CITCon this past year. Vendana is leader in implementing better software development practices, and is one of the hosts for Agile Open California. People like her are sure to attract really interesting participants, and make this an exceptional conference. The conference should stay small and intimate since the size is capped at 100 people. I would be there except for the impending arrival of my son on October 23rd!
The website is at http://www.agileopencalifornia.com/ and there is some signup information at Upcoming.org.
Oh, and if the content isnt enough to make you go, it is taking place at Ft Mason in the Golden Gate National Park!
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