Event is Free and Open to the General Public
St. Louis – October 2016 — WWT Asynchrony Labs today announced that Dave Thomas, one of the most well-known experts on computer programming, will speak at an event hosted by WWT Asynchrony Labs in St. Louis on October 20, 2016.
Thomas will deliver a presentation titled “Agile is Dead.” This event is free and open to the general public. It will begin at 6:00pm, with a reception that includes refreshments provided by Asynchrony Labs, followed by Thomas’ talk at 6:30. It will be held at the Barcelona Auditorium at WWT headquarters located at World Wide Technology, 701 Fee Fee Road, Maryland Heights, Missouri, 63043.
For those from the general public interested in attending, they can pre-register for the event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dave-thomas-agile-is-dead-tickets-28371063615. Also, for anyone interested in attending the 6:30 presentation but cannot attend in person, they can pre-register and view the session via WebEx. The WebEx login information will be provided when pre-registering.
Dave Thomas is one of the foremost computer programming experts on several programming languages. Over the years, he has written extensively and published numerous books, articles, and research papers and has spoken in the U.S. and internationally about Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Java, and agility. He wrote the acclaimed industry book, alongside co-author Andy Hunt, “The Pragmatic Programmer.” Dave also hosts a popular industry blog and Twitter page @pragdave.
To find out more information about the event, visit WWT Asynchrony Labs or contact Rachel Cobstill at firstname.lastname@example.org
About WWT Asynchrony Labs
World Wide Technology Asynchrony Labs, Inc. is an information technology consulting firm located in St. Louis, Missouri. We specialize in application development, mobile computing, systems and sensor integration, enterprise architecture, and tactical collaboration. Our diverse client base includes commercial, non-profit, and government organizations. We’ve delivered solutions ranging from back-end government middleware to front-end applications and full-scale, commercial cloud infrastructures. In short, Asynchrony Labs connects people, sensors, information, and systems.