Monday, October 27, 2008

XP users Group Meeting Wed 10/29

Good Morning !

Reminder - If you are considering/planning on attending the event below, Agile Technologies is providing pizza and pop for lunch. Additionally, there will be a raffle at the end for gift cards at Cameron Mitchell's restaurants. To ensure that enough pizza is ordered, could you please RSVP for the same.
Thank you to all who have already RSVPd and let us know about their availability status.
See you there,

Next Meeting: October 29th, 2008


11:30-11:45am Networking
11:45- 12:00pm XP discussion topic of the month: What has been your experience using Agile when the stakes were high?
12:00- 1:00pm Creating breakthrough results with Agile

Date and Time:
Next XP User Group meeting will be held 11:30 am to 1 pm, October 29th, 2008 at the OCLC Kilgour Building presentation room. Click here for directions. <>

Creating breakthrough results with Agile
Andrew will discuss creating break-through results while using Agile and Extreme methodologies. He will walk you through a case example where the stakes, emotions, and pressure were high and failure was not option. With obstacles in every direction, Andrew will show the best practices he leveraged to maneuver to the finish line as a winner.

About the Presenter
Andrew Holowaty, MCDBA, MCSD, MCAD, PMP, MBA
Andrew Holowaty is a solution architect and managing consultant for Agile Technologies. He has 15 years of experience creating solutions for large enterprises in the finance, insurance, supply chain, and government industries. Andrew's passion is technology and how to apply it to simplify and solve complex business problems. He is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a BS/BA and MBA. He has his Project Management Professional (PMP) designation and has recently become a core PMP instructor for the central Ohio PMI chapter. He primarily works with Microsoft technologies and is a MCDBA, MCSD, and MCAD. He resides in Dublin with his beautiful wife and four kids.


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