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Where Will Jon Be in 2024? 

 March 4, 2024

by Jon Reid

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I’m looking forward to attending, teaching, and speaking at these events in 2024…

Agile Open Northwest

Agile Open Northwest

I’ll be attending Agile Open Northwest for the second time. This amazing gathering is a conference… with no preset agenda! At an open conference, the people who are there create the topics they want to discuss.

As with most agile gatherings, there will be interesting topics on process agility. But I’m especially looking forward to technical topics with fellow technical coaches.

This is March 20–22 in Portland, Oregon, USA.

Swift Craft

Swift Craft logo

I’m excited to be part of the very first Swift Craft conference in the UK. I’ll be doing two things:

Workshop
The Skills You Need for Test-Driven Development: A Hands-On Workshop in Swift

Speaking
Swift Platform State of the Union for Software Crafters

This will be my first in-person event since I returned from teaching in Amsterdam in March 2020, just as the world was shutting down!

This is May 21–24 in Folkestone, UK.

Industrial iOS Development

Industrial iOS Development
Learn the tools, design principles & ecosystem needed to build modern iOS apps.

Industrial iOS Development is a workshop I teach through Industrial Logic.

Modern mobile app development calls for modern development methods–and that’s what sets this course apart. You will learn and practice the techniques to deliver a quality mobile app with speed and safety.

Not a lecture! Get ready to get your hands dirty in code.

This is June 18–August 2, twice a week, meeting virtually.

Will you be at any of these events? Let me know by leaving a note below!

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Jon Reid

Programming was fun when I was a kid. But working in Silicon Valley, I saw poor code led to fear, with real human costs. Looking for ways to make my life better, I learned about Extreme Programming, including unit testing, test-driven development (TDD), and refactoring. Programming became fun again! I've now been doing TDD in Apple environments for 20 years. I'm committed to software crafting as a discipline, hoping we can all reach greater effectiveness and joy. Now a coach with Industrial Logic!

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