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Workshop on Definition of Ready

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Workshop on Definition of Ready

Time: March 19, 2019 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: VANGUARD not CERNER
City/Town: Malvern PA
Website or Map: http://www.defingdone.org
Event Type: meeting, bob, english
Latest Activity: 3 hours ago

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MARCH MEETING

From the great response on Jan 22nd, we are probably going to repeat the topic from speaker Bob English and Bill Roberts and their work on  "Definition of Ready" with a workshop exercise.

The location is probably VANGUARD

This is all in preparation to our upcoming Half Day Conference

www.defingdone.org

that is going to be the final word in Definition of Done

AgilePhilly will be meeting Tuesday March 19th which is between ST PATRICKS DAY ( when Saint Patrick drove the snakes out of America and into Twitter) and the SPRING EQUINOX =

The Spring Equinox 2019 in the Northern Hemisphere will be at 16:58 ( 4:58 PM ) on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 *

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*  Finally, a 3rd Tuesday in the Spring of 2019 that is NOT the Day after some Monday Holiday . . .

So anyone who loves St Patricks Day, let me know if you are still recovering from the Party on Saturday.  Now I know we might be conflicting with some Pagans celebrating the First Day of Spring, but I will see if I can let Cerner let us use their Parking Garage as a Stonehenge Astrolabe for sighting the stars. If not, we'll go down to Stargazers Road outside of Downingtown and dance naked there.

Oops.  Sorry St Patrick revelers.  It seems that using St Patricks Day as an excuse to dance naked does not cut it in pagan society or any other open source / open minded group in the 5 county region.

- The Meeting Placeholder -

- Spring Equinox Haiku -

 - - - - -

  Moonlit Pagan Dance.

  Everywhere bare skin. My robe 

  is not fitting in.

 - - - - -

or perhaps the more refined and equally appropriate

( with Passover beginning March 30th )

 . . .  Passover Haiku  . . .

  On Passover we

  Opened the door for Elijah

  Now our cat is gone.

 

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