Our topic this month is: 7 Deadly Sins Of Technical Debt
6:00 – 6:30 PM: Networking- Eat/Meet/Greet
6:30 – 8:00 PM: Empower Agile Teams main event
Happy New Year! Some of us set New Year’s resolutions to lose weight or pay off credit cards.
What would a new year’s resolution look like for IT?
Eliminate and prevent tech debt of-course! Join us and learn to identify the 7 Deadly Sins Of Tech Debt and how to prevent them. We will have a fun game to help you improve your skills to avoid tech debt.
Our community mentor and speaker will be Lee Henson.
Lee has 16 years of experience that spans a broad array of roles and responsibilities. He is currently one of just over 230 Certified Scrum Trainers worldwide and the owner of Agile Dad. https://www.agiledad.com/.
He is also a SAFe Scaled Agile Program Consultant, Project Management Professional, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner, and a Certified Lean-Agile Professional. His personal experience includes web development, quality assurance, test engineering, sr. Product manager, sr. Project manager, ScrumMaster, agile coach, consultant, & ADDIE training professional. His client list includes over 44 Fortune 100 companies, government projects, software production facilities, and many successful large-scale agile implementations.
His unique blend of real-world experience in various roles combined with the ability to drive home complex concepts in an easy to understand manner makes him an amazing coach to get any team-best focused on project-related initiatives. Unlike other trainers or coaches, Lee has personally assisted in the organizational transformation of companies sized from the start-up to enterprise intercontinental.
Location space for this meet-up is made possible by our generous sponsor Vaco. https://www.vaco.com/
Food and Drinks for this meet-up is made possible by our generous sponsor Lee Henson Owner of Agile Dad. https://www.agiledad.com/
Tampa Bay Agile Empower Agile Teams group is focused on covering a wide range of topics that will help improve the skills a team needs to be strong, adaptable and cross-functional, and always deep-rooted in Quality.