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Day Camp 4 Developers #3 - Theme: "Project Management"

08.16.2011
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Dear Reader,

We are really, REALLY pleased to announce that the third Day Camp 4 Developers has now been announced and tickets are now on sale. This time around, the theme is .

We’ve added a speaker this time around for a total of six and did away with the lunch break. We discovered that since we were a virtual , our lunch break fell at odd times if you weren’t actually in Central Time Zone – and a lot of participants weren’t. So we filled that with an additional talk.

Details:
When: October 1st, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM CT
Where: On-line

Here’s the speaker lineup for Day Camp 4 Developers #3: Project Management.

  • Brian Prince: Hands on Agile PracticesDay Camp 4 Developers
  • Thursday Brahm: How Freelancers Can Use Project Management to Make Clients Happier than They’ve Ever Been Before
  • Rob Allen: Getting a website out of the door
  • Keith Casey: Project Management is more than Todo Lists
  • Elizabeth Naramore: Dealing with Difficult People
  • Paul M. Jones: Estimating and Expectations

We are excited about this day-long event and how you will be too. Join us, get your tickets today!

Until next time.
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