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So the Alt.Net Conference is over, and let me tell you it was an amazing experience.

I've been reading some of the early reactions on the blogs and had some conversations over a great lunch after the conference.   Two of them that were not issues for me was the "Echo Chamber" and "Preaching to the Choir".  These are legitmate and if you've been doing this for a couple years and have the expertice like Jeremy, Jeffrey or Scott Hanselman I can understand.

But for these were not issues.  While I've been reading about these concepts for years and have been trying to use them in environments where it was not the norm or even appreciated, it was like physists going to a Nobel Prize luncheon.  I got to pick people's brain about the best practices, why is done this way and not another way, and hopefully avoid some pitfalls.

The other thing that was great for me was the confirmation that I am not alone in the way I want to build software and the way I think it should be done.  For all of you who have been trying agile practices in an non-agile environment, I know you understand. Posted on Sunday, October 7, 2007 3:24 PM agile , altnetconf | Back to top

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