21 Mar 2011
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
2065 W. Obispo Ave.
Gilbert, AZ 85233
United States of America
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This is going to be fun…..Do you have at least one burning Agile question? Something that you’ve not been able to get a really good answer on? If so, bring that Agile and/or Scrum question for Mike Vizdos and Bob Hartman. This is your opportunity to get some answers. There is no specific topic other than something Agile or Scrum related. If you stump the trainers, you’ll win some cool prizes!
BONUS: How would you like become a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) …for FREE? At this meeting, we will be giving away a FREE Scrum Master Certification. Yes, this is the “official” Certified Scrum Master (CSM) class. Here’s what’s happening – Mike and Bob are in town co-teaching a Certified Scrum Master class on March 21-22nd. Fortunately for us, that class completely sold out. So, they are opening up a second class on March 24-25. This class is local, which means no hotel and no airfare! Drum roll…..anyone who comes to this month’s Stump the Trainer meeting can take 10% off the $1250 price; at least one person will get 25% off of $1250, and one lucky person will get a completely free entry into the course.
Bob Hartman is one of approximately 15 people the Scrum Alliance has certified as both a Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC). His extensive experience with agile and Scrum teams has included working with large and small organizations including HP, Western Union, Pearson Education, Weyerhaeuser, Siemens, Arapahoe County Colorado, Vibrant Media, Starz Network and the University of Iowa. Bob founded both Agile For All and the Agile Cooperative and has dedicated himself to his vision of Making Agile a Reality® for organizations around the world.
Mike is an experienced agile coach, Certified ScrumTrainer, speaker, and author. In addition to working with clients converting to more iterative and incremental methodologies (including one of the largest enterprise agile rollouts to date), he is the creator of the website www.implementingscrum.com. He conducts international agile coaching and training sessions along with speaking at many users groups and conferences about real-world agile experiences. His preference is to work with clients on a short-term basis, no matter where they are in the adoption change-curve.