Thursday, May 16, 2013

Nerds of Rock Event, Thursday June 13th at 7 PM

My company Holland Square is putting on a great event called Nerds of Rock. It will be held on Thursday June 13th starting at 7 PM. We'll have free food and free beer plus a house band laying down some tunes. If you sing or play an instrument you can jump on stage and jam with the band.

We are giving away some great prizes including an iPad Mini, Apple TV, Best Buy Gift Card, and more. Follow us on Twitter at @HollandSquare for updates and information on prizes.

Tweet about the event using the hast tag #NerdsOfRock2013 starting now for a chance to win one of the prizes at the event.

Register now at www.NerdsOfRock.com. See you there!


1 comment:

Ann Kulish said...

Hello Tommy,

I'm a Marketing Assistant at IT company named Ainstainer.

We appeal to you as an experienced Agile Coach and as an expert in IT sphere having deep project management and software development expertise.

Recently we have started our social activities in our blog. We strive to help customers and other IT specialists who want to avoid the most common complexities in work with dedicated development teams. We have decided to start with such a challenge as “poor quality of software”.

You can find it in the post below:
http://blog.ainstainer.com/how-to-avoid-poor-quality-of-software/

It would be great if you could reply via email (ann.kulish@ainstainer.com) on the following questions:

Why customers get poor-quality software while working with remote software development teams?
According to your experience, if you could distinguish three key reasons of poor software quality, what would they be?
Could you give customers a practical piece of advice, what they should pay their attention to in order to avoid low software quality?

After receiving your answers we will post a separate blog-post that we will share within our social networks / groups. The post will contain:

Brief description about you as an expert
The link to your linkedin\website\blog
Your reply

Here you can see an example with Michael Boyle and Felix RĂ¼ssel:

http://blog.ainstainer.com/michael-boyle-about-poor-quality-of-software/
http://blog.ainstainer.com/felix-russel-about-poor-quality-of-software/