[pgh-pm] Iteration 0 Meeting
angrygreg at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 07:43:12 PST 2007
The Pittsburgh Coding Dojo will be hosting an "Iteration 0" meeting
February 10th from 10:00AM to 4:00PM, in conjunction with the Western
Pennsylvania Linux User Group, at CMU in Newell Simon Hall.
"Iteration 0" is a small group meeting intent on helping developers
understand the necessary steps in bootstrapping a project.
While the Dojo is focused on the academic, theoretical aspect of
programming, the Iteration 0 efforts will focus on the pragmatic task
of establishing application servers, build environments, source
control, etc.. necessary in getting a project started.
During this first meeting we'll be creating an ASP.Net application and
will be configuring Subversion, NAnt, Selenium, NUnit, SQL Server and
C# Visual Studio.
For more details on this meeting go to
The meetings are free and open to anyone. These meetings aren't
structured as training, but are group learning excercises where
everyone can learn and teach. Junior developers and senior developers
alike are welcome, giving those that already know the technologies an
opportunity to practice coaching and mentoring.
For more information on Western Pennsylvania Linux User Group go to
For directions go to http://wplug.org/meetings/one-location?location_id=14
I'll be providing a build/test server, but everyone in the group will
be participating and should bring their own computers so they can
actively participate in the project.
Looking forward to seeing all of you.
Checkout http://pghcodingdojo.org for more information. Please email
me with any questions.
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