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Get Agile with Nintendo Wii (Craig Larman's London Course)

I recently got this email from Skill Matter, and quoting it here entirely, with emphasis of my on on the interesting bits for you readers, who are close enough to London to attend:

"We were wondering if any of your blog readers would be interested in taking Craig Larman's Agile Project Management course: Applying Agile and Iterative Practices to project management. It takes place on September 11th in London at Skills Matter.
Craig recently successfully completed managing the world’s largest Agile Project, which was a multi-shore project and entirely managed using Agile principles. Craig will be bringing this experience, combined with over 20 years of experience in Agile & Iterative Project Management, Development, OO Analysis and Design to the class room this September.
Craig is also a popular speaker at many conferences and industry events and the forthcoming courses on Agile Project Management, Test Driven Development and Design Patterns really offer a unique opportunity to learn from Craig in a very intimate setting with plenty of room for discussion and questions and a strong emphasis on practical exercises.
Craig only comes to the UK once per year, to teach this course uniquely with Skills Matter, so if you think this would be of interest to you and your members, please just let us know and we will send you some additional information. We would also like to offer your readers a free Nintendo Wii if they register before August 27th when quoting SKIL-PTC671.  Also, for every 5th booking that comes from your blog we will offer you a free space on the course to giveaway or use for yourself.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
I look forward to hearing from you!
Best Regards,
Joanna Go | Marketing Executive
Skills Matter


If I get one free space I'll give that one away on my blog. If I get two free spaces - the second one will be for me.

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