An XP User's Group in Phoenix, Arizona.
2nd Monday of the month, 7:00-9:00pm
Usually at Intel in Chandler.
Who should go:
Anyone who is doing XP, wants to do XP, or wants to see what all the fuss is about.
Who can I contact?
How do I get notified of meetings?
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I would like to thank WayneConrad
) for establishing this user group.
New Yahoo Group
The Phoenix XP User Group is alive and well. We just created a new Yahoo group to handle meeting announcements, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/xpPhoenix/
We have been meeting once a month, averaging about 10 people per meeting.
presented a free class the first week in September, 2000 (6:30pm to 9pm on the 5th, 6th and 7th). Our intent was to have the students see us do refactoring (and testing), talk a little bit about refactoring and then do refactoring. We wanted them to leave with a gut feeling that refactoring is a faster and easier way to do code. -- LeoScott
Sunday 7/16/2000 at noon at the coffee shop in Borders (Camelback and 24th)
We had a first meeting! Wayne and I met in an informal manner! We talked about what practices worked (or not) for us a our workplace. Thanks Wayne for sharing your experience with me! I hope you will be able to bring some of your colleagues in the next meeting! Pascal, what about joining us the next time? --- JeanMarcHeneman?
We had a great meeting. I was surprised to learn that the only part of XP that Jean Marc's team isn't doing is pair programming. At my work, where I've secretly replaced Folgiers Process with XP Instant, I've found group ownership to be very difficult without pair programming, but Jean Marc hasn't had any trouble with group ownership. Neat! -- WayneConrad
Thanks Don for adding a announce in your web site! See http://www.extremeprogramming.org/more.html