Agile 2008 Conference
A few of us are going to the Agile2008 conference in Toronto next week, and we’d love to meet up with you. Are you planning to go?
We’d love to hear your stories and feedback — and check out the event together. Ping david.booth(at)jetbrains.com and we’ll figure out the best way to meet while we’re all in the same place!
(We’re not exhibiting at the event, but we WILL have some TShirts to give away to a few lucky fans if you catch us quick enough ;)
See you soon!
David Booth & Max Feldman
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