My 2005 speaking engagements are listed below. If you would like me to speak to your group, you can email me for information regarding availability. I can speak on any of these topics, or develop something custom for your group.

      I also include the powerpoints to my presentations on this page. Feel free to download them for personal use. I do require written permission for the reuse of my materials in a formal setting.


    Nov 22, 2005 - Grand Rapids - Software Excellence
      West Michigan Extreme Programming User's Group
      Magic Pixie Dust: Improving the Pace of Software Delivery Through People
      Free - Open to the Public - RSVP's Requested.

    Oct 7, 2005 - Indianapolis - Software Excellence
      The Indiana Quality Assurance Conference, Keynote Speech
      Magic Pixie Dust: Improving the Pace of Software Delivery Through People

    Sept 19-22, 2005 - San Francisco - Software Testing
      Presented as a Priority Health Employee
      The Better Software Conference, Moderator, Lightning Talks
      Also presenting: Classic Mistakes in Software Testing

    Sept 15 2005, 11:15 AM - Grand Rapids - Software Testing
      Presented as a Priority Health Employee
      West Michigan Association of Info Tech Professionals , Classic Mistakes in Software Testing

    Aug 26, 2005 - Grand Rapids - Software Excellence
      The Grand Rapids Perl User's Group
      Magic Pixie Dust: Improving the Pace of Software Delivery Through People
      Free - Open to the public
      Priority Health, Grand Rapids, MI Map to location

    May 16-21, 2005 - Orlando, FL - Software Testing
      Presented as a Priority Health Employee
      The STAREast Conference (Software Testing And Review), Moderator, Lightning Talks

    April 29, 11:30 AM-1:00PM - Grand Rapids - Software Development
      Perl Lunchtime Training, Grand Rapid's Perl User's Group
      Free - Open to the public
      Priority Health, Grand Rapids, MI Map to location

    April 6, 2005, 6:00 PM - Grand Rapids - Software Engineering
      Guest Lecture, CS 611: Software Engineering, Grand Valley State University
      Context-Driven Software Engineering
      Extreme Programming: Introduced
      and Five Worlds of Development

    Feb 17 2005, 11:15 AM - Grand Rapids - Outsourcing
      West Michigan Association of Info Tech Professionals , The Outsouring Equation