Software Craftsmansip 2011, is being held on Thursday May 26th 2011. This annual event hosted by Jason Gorman is set to be a sell out! This annual fundraising conference raises much needed funds for the Bletchley Park Trust.
Software Craftsmanship is a fast-growing movementaround the world.An increasing number of software developers are making a stand for quality and professionalism in their work, and the European Software Craftsmanship conference is a key date in the calendar for professionals who want to share their passion for their craft with their peers. We are delighted to have been sponsored in previous years by companies who areas passionate about software craftsmanship as we are and whose products and services help us to strive for better software.
The full track listings are yet to be announced, however please arrive at Bletchley Park for registration between 9.00am and 9.45am.
Public Transport is available from the Bletchley Train Station which is located opposite to Bletchley Park.
The days events are due to start with an introduction from Jason Gorman at 9.50am, and then track sessions are to begin at 10am.
During the day refreshments and lunch will be provided, and there will be an opportunity to tour the Bletchley Park site.
Lunch is due to be served at 1.00pm, and the day will finish at 4.00pm. The bar will open to all delegates at 4.15pm.( Please note: the bar accepts cash payments only )
The mansion will close at 6.00pm to all delegates without an evening pass.
The Day and evening pass ticket includes a hot dinner served between 6.30-7.00pm and bar access within the Bletchley Park mansion. ( Please note: the bar accepts cash payments only )
The evening is due to finish at 9pm and the Mansion will close at 9.15pm.
For all those looking for evening accommodation the 'Doubletree' Hotel is located near to Bletchley Park. A group booking code will be sent out to all delegates nearer the time, which will provide a discount for bookings made for May 25th and May 26th 2011, when quoting the group booking code. The cost of rooms is on average £119 (incl VAT) per night or £129 (incl VAT) per night plus B&B.
When & Where
Codemanship is a new company founded by Jason Gorman, a software development consultant based in London with 18 years experience working with teams in a wide range of industries.
Jason has worked with teams at the BBC, City Index, BUPA, British Standards Institute, The Post Office, Merrill Lynch, HSBC, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Orange, Lloyds TSB, AOL, Reed Business Information and Symbian, to name but a few
Jason chairs the Software Craftsmanship conference in the UK, and is a contributor to other conferences including QCon, Software Practice Advancement, XPDay and CITCON Europe.