Join Us for an Exciting Session on Pair Programming

Join us for an illuminating session that will broaden your horizons on Pair Programming. Whether you’re an experienced developer or just starting out, this event promises insights, knowledge-sharing, and networking opportunities that you won’t want to miss. Embrace the collaborative spirit, and we look forward to connecting with you on August 14th!

We’re thrilled to bring you an engaging event that delves into the power of Pair Programming. Join us as we explore the numerous benefits, various pairing styles, practical implementation, and the potential challenges associated with this collaborative approach.

About the Speaker

We’re delighted to introduce Travis Smith, a seasoned senior software engineer, tech lead, and agile coach. Travis is passionate about crafting software solutions that deliver value. With a penchant for tackling intricate problems, embracing new technologies and languages, and fostering growth in others, Travis is the perfect guide to navigate the world of Pair Programming.

About the Venue

Our event will be hosted by Anthologic, a dynamic convergence of marketing and technology. Anthologic is a collective of specialized companies, each immersed in its unique area of expertise. When synergy is required for a grander solution, these entities collaborate seamlessly to make it happen.

Anthologic, 600 East Court Avenue #Ste 180, Des Moines, IA 50309 Visit their website:


To ensure we’re well-prepared, we kindly request you to RSVP. Even if you can’t make it in person, please remember to RSVP on Eventbrite. By doing so, you’ll receive an exclusive Zoom invite to join us virtually and be a part of the action. RSVP Now:

Watch the Stream

For those unable to join us physically, worry not! This event, as well as future gatherings, will be expertly streamed on our Twitch channel at Tune in from wherever you are and be a part of the DSM Web Geeks community.


Mon, Aug 14th @ 6:30pm


600 East Court Avenue #Ste 180, Des Moines, IA 50309

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