October 24, 2016
Agile DC

Agile DC

Agile DC is the largest Agile community-organized event in the Washington DC metro area. Speakers from a variety of industries and organizations share their expertise, and invaluable experiences to help improve and give strength to the Agile movement.

Date: October 24, 2016
Location: Gallaudet University; Washington, DC

Tom Cagley will present "Storytelling: Developing the Big Picture for Agile Efforts." DCG is a sponsor of the event. Tony Timbol will present "Agile Governance for Agile Adults – Grow Up and Give the Enterprise Real, Not Relative Data."

DCG is also the keynote sponsor for the event. 

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April 03, 2017

QUEST 2017

The QUEST conference is the best source for new technologies and proven methods for Quality Engineered Software and Testing.

Date: April 3-7, 2017
Location: The Renaissance Chicago Downtown; Chicago, IL

Tom Cagley will lead a workshop and also present on Agile Storytelling. 

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January 12, 2017
CAI Lecture Series

CAI Lecture Series

Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI) is a global IT services firm that provides balanced outsourcing solutions, legacy support, application development, knowledge capture, desktop services, and managed staffing services for over 30 years. This event is free to all attendees, and dinner is complimentary. Additionally, all attendees will receive 1.0 PDU credits. Seating is limited to facilitate interactive discussion. 

Date: January 12, 2016
Location: Allentown, PA

Mike Harris, CEO of DCG Software Value, will present "Portfolio Software Value Management." While there may be infinite possibilities for new software, there is always a finite budget that can be invested. In this presentation, Mike will share insights from his NEW book “The Business Value of Software” and will encourage an active conversation with the audience on best practices that  drive the value of software development initiatives.

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"It's frustrating that there are so many failed software projects when I know from personal experience that it's possible to do so much better - and we can help." 
- Mike Harris, DCG President

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