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Priceless. I wonder how many of my team will realize it's serious.


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I planned to submit a proposal for the tutorial "Keeping the Customer calm - 1001 ways to conceal project progress". But it's still only 80% done...


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If you are willing to take the time to write the proposal up, I'm sure that the "conference organizers" would be willing to post it.

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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
I planned to submit a proposal for the tutorial "Keeping the Customer calm - 1001 ways to conceal project progress". But it's still only 80% done...



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Peter Rooke
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Brilliant, will put a poster up on our company notice board. :-)


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Worth the consideration(along the similar lines as adopting Extreme programming for 100% of development efforts ).


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Scott Ambler
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I was recently interviewed by Floyd Marinescu regarding the upcoming Waterfall 2006 conference. In the video interview I talk up both the conference and my two events at the conference, my Glacial Methodology tutorial and my Dinosaur Strategies for Data Professionals BoF.

Please feel free to share this announcement on other lists/boards.

- Scott

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[ February 25, 2006: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Originally posted by Scott Ambler:
I was recently interviewed by Floyd Marinescu ...

Cute! I laughed at the closing credits when they started with "guy with hat"
 
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