Monday, February 06, 2006

Waterfall 2006

Register today for the Waterfall 2006 conference this spring in Niagara Falls, NY. Speakers include Ron Jeffries on Extreme Programming Uninstalled, Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt on An Introduction to Dogmatic Programming, and Jon Kern on WUP: Waterfall Unified Process.

The conference will be chock full of sessions celebrating the death of Agile Development. I had difficulty registering, but I am sure the registration page will be back soon. According to the web site:
We're sorry but registration is not yet ready. Our software developers have a really wonderful design. They're almost done entering it into it a UML tool. They've told us not to worry and that finishing it will be "trivial" because "all that's left is the coding."
Don't forget to mark your calendar. The conference is on April 1!
 

4 comments:

Pete said...

Awesome. I'm surprised you didn't mention this presentation.

Maximizing Software Process ROI: How to make your excel chart go green by DJ de Villiers

Dave Delay said...

That's a good one too. My goal is to get 75% of management to attend the conference. This will be a huge boost to productivity.

Bob said...

Excellent! I think management would love this aspect of the conference:

"The conference will also feature a number of workshops. Unlike typical conferences where workshops involve participants talking with each other, all Waterfall 2006 workshops will be conducted by document. Come to a workshop, open up your favorite word processor and state your opinion on something. Email it to other workshop participants. (We'll set up mailing list aliases for this--after all, we want to keep this process efficient!) Then just sit back and wait for someone to reply with their own document. Don't miss this opportunity to participate in vigorous written discussion with your peers."

Kudla said...

..sigh...I wanted to laugh, but it was just too damned close to the truth...painfully close...