Summer Agile Sale!

August 7, 2013 CollabNet VersionOne

Hope everyone is enjoying Agile 2013 in Nashville as much as I am. Asked at the end of the second day during an analyst session discussing trends in the industry surrounding Agile, “do you know any software development being done without Agile?” A stumped audience of 150-200 session attendees pondered on the question. It’s hard to think of a particular instance nowadays, isn’t it?

Between the great speaking sessions and cool, innovative booth games that you get when cramming a conference hall with a few thousand software development enthusiasts, Agile 2013 has been great so far. And there’s still much more to come in the final two days of the conference including a Thursday afternoon speaking session with CollabNet’s very own Adam Weisbart, CST on “Agile Negotiations.”

Adam, along with many other renowned Agile trainers, also host a wide array of public and private coaching offerings. If you enjoyed networking with Adam and CollabNet at the conference, check out how they can help you accelerate your Agile career. CollabNet offers certification courses for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, and Agile Practitioners, classes for building a good Agile foundation, and private coaching to meet the custom demands of your team. To learn more, click here.

Also, to finish your summer strong, CollabNet invites you to enjoy 10% OFF ANY PUBLIC COURSE offering by CollabNet*. Just use this promo code when you register: summer13off10

Feel free to contact a representative if you have any questions:

*This offer is not retroactive and is only good for registrations made between 08/01/2013 and 08/31/2013.



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