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Apr 3, 2009
Fifth Faux Film Festival
through Hollywood Theater (Portland)

A festival of faux films, including mockumentaries, commercials for products that don't actually exist, satire, spoofs, and parodies. Different program Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights with shorts starting at 7pm, and full feature film at 9pm. $7 per night (includes both shorts and feature).

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Dec 15, 2010
Agile PDX presents "Bloody Stupid Johnson Teaches Agile"
Intel Ronler Acres Multi-Purpose Room 1

For our December Agile PDX evening meeting, James Shore and Arlo Belshee will be reprising their immensely popular Agile 2010 presentation, "Bloody Stupid Johnson Teaches Agile."

What is it? Almost impossible to explain! It's a farce and a parody of all things Agile. You have to see it for yourself!

The abstract:

This fun and energetic session features "Bloody Stupid" Johnson and his nemesis The Jester facing off to architect the Perfect Agile Process (PAP). On their journey, they will get just about everything wrong. Come learn what not to do and have a good time doing it.

This session received the highest ratings of the conference--actually, the highest two ratings of the conference, because they were invited to present a special encore session. (It was the only session that was invited to repeat.)

This event is free. It begins at 6:30 pm with pizza, sponsored by PNSQC (many thanks!). You will need to check in with security, so please arrive early.

The program starts at 7:00 pm.

Rich Claussen provided this custom map 'pin'

After the program you're invited to join us for a no-host gathering at a nearby brewpub for further discussion.

For those who are curious, after the conference Dave Nicolette wrote a review of Jim and Arlo's session.