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6451 Bayside Lane, Midlothian, VA, US, 23112

  • Phone: (804) 639-3500
  • Fax: (804) 639-1140

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Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.

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96% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Carytown/museum District: Butchers, Bakers & Beyond

February 26, 2015 2:00 PM

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»Native American Art: The Robert And Nancy Nooter Collection

February 26, 2015 10:00 AM

A collection of 50 different artifacts from Native American culture, including a Tlingit ravel rattle, a River Crow war shirt, baskets by Pomo and Apache artists, and Navajo textiles.

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Richmond, VA 23220

»RVA Gives Back featuring Downbeat Switch

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»Underhill Rose

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»Black Water Gold

February 26, 2015 9:00 PM

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»2/26: Avers, Elel & Sleepwalkers

February 26, 2015 9:00 PM

On a summer night in 2013, two Richmond based musicians got together to talk shop and geek out over psychedelic records. It went well. The next time, they brought along some additional friends. Before long, a proper six-piece had formed, with The Head and the Heart's Tyler Williams on drums and some of the city's best frontmen including James Mason (the Mason Brothers), James Lloyd Hodges (Farm Vegas), Alexandra Spalding (Hypercolor), Adrian Olsen (Hypercolor), and Charlie Glenn (the Trillions) swapping their way between bass, guitar and keyboard duties. Everybody sang, adding harmonies and background vocals to the band's noisy sweep. In the time since their first Strange Matter appearance, AVERS have taken Richmond (and the East Coast) by storm, selling out of their debut LP and playing notable shows up and down the coast as well as opening up the infamous Foo Fighters fan-sourced concert here in Richmond. They'll be touring with the effervescent indie-pop of Nashville octet ELEL, whose uplifting jams will no doubt catch on just as fierce as Avers have! We will be rounding it out with SLEEPWALKERS, another killer local who has been making waves is finally returning to our stage after support slots here with The Features and Avers in the past (as well as a sold out NYE show with J Roddy and the Business up in Baltimore that we wish we were at)!  9PM Doors // 10PM Sounds | $8 in Advance // $10 Day of Show | 18+

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»2015 Rjec Engineers Week Banquet - Feb 26th, 2015

February 26, 2015 5:00 PM

Join us at the Richmond Joint Engineers Council 2015 Engineers Week Banquet. Mr Allyn Kilsheimer of KTLH Engineers is the featured speaker  Awards for 2014 Engineer of the Year, Community Service, and Student Essays will also be presented. Late reservations not purchased online by Monday 2/23/15 will incurr a $10 additional fee and must be purchased directly through the RJEC Treasurer - Mr Rudy Krack, PO Box 8988, Richmond VA 23225

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»Scrum Product Owner (Cspo) + Innovation Games®

February 26, 2015 8:30 AM

Overview The Certified Scrum Product Owner course is a two-day, interactive class introducing the concepts of Agile business leadership using the Scrum framework. Successful participants will become Certified Scrum Product Owners, a first step in the journey towards a more adaptive form of business leadership. This course is based on over 24 years of industry experience, including nearly 10 years of experience in the role of Product Owner/Agile Customer and teaching/mentoring others in this role. Though each Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) course varies depending on the instructor, all CSPO courses focus on Scrum from a product owner's perspective. Graduates will receive the CSPO designation. All CSPO courses are taught by Certified Scrum Trainers.Audience This course is designed for team members and managers involved in projects who may assume the Product Owner role. This is often a product manager, business analyst or business sponsor. In large organizations, it is recommended that Directors and Vice Presidents who oversee IT projects or functional areas also participate. Prerequisites Participants must have knowledge of Scrum by reading one of the Scrum introduction books or other self-study. A basic understanding of Scrum is assumed. Previous experience on a Scrum project is desirable. Goals Prepare participants to effectively participate on projects using Scrum and to assume the Product Owner role. View the CSPO Content Outline and Learning Objectives.  Format The course is primarily exercises and discussions with some lecture to define terms and concepts. Ample time is available to learn from real experiences on real projects from the instructors experience as a product owner and from teaching and coaching Scrum teams. Course Agenda Product Vision - A clear, shared vision is crucial for successful agile teams. We'll walk through three techniques to help unify your team, stakeholders, and customers around the right vision for your product or service: "We're #1!" - boiling your product vision down to its essenceProduct Differentiation - what makes your product unique, different and betterCollaborating on Product Vision - use the Product Box Innovation Game for a collaborative discussion about your vision  Agile Roadmapping - Roadmaps are an important link between vision and the product backlog. Unfortunately, many roadmaps are a slide with a date and some bullet pointed features, which doesn't provide any context.   Learn how to create a rich, easily updated agile roadmap that gives the right amount of context to help stakeholders and team members understand where we might be headed and why.Learn how to use the Prune the Product Tree Innovation Game to collaborate with customers on your road map.  Product Backlog Basics - Learn the rules for a Scrum Product Backlog as well as a set of key practices for using the Product Backlog to help ensure consensus on what we are building. Product Backlog BasicsWriting User StoriesVertically Slicing User StoriesAcceptance CriteriaBacklog Refinement  Prioritization - The core of the Product Owner's job is to prioritize among the many great things we could do and help the team focus only on what is most important to do first. Traditional techniques like Kano and market research are too slow for most agile teams, so many product owners prioritize solely on gut feel or by responding to the currently squeakiest wheel. Learn a prioritization framework that helps you visualize the relative importance of your customer segments, internal & external stakeholders, corporate strategy, and maintaining a clean code base.Use the Buy a Feature Innovation Game to collaborate with customers on priority.  Agile Release Planning - Believe it or not, I've heard many times the misinformed statement: "We're agile, so we don't really plan." Not only is this not in line with Agile values, which state "We value Responding to Change over Following a Plan", it is usually just bad business. The Agile value does not mean that we do not plan, but that we create a plan but then expect it to change as we start working on it! Learn the nuts and bolts of creating an Agile release planLearn how and when to update the release plan  Working in Sprints - the Product Owner job doesn't end once the Product Backlog is ready for sprint planning. Your team will be most effective if you are available during the sprint to provide feedback at key points.  Learn the Product Owner role during the sprint  What You Get A printed copy of all course materialsA one-year membership in the Scrum AllianceRecognition by the Scrum Alliance as a Certified Scrum Product OwnerA six-month professional subscription to Innovation Games® Online (worth $495) Instructor Jason Tanner  Jason joined Applied Frameworks (formerly Enthiosys) as a Senior Consultant in 2008 and has over 23 years of professional experience with software companies, a telecommunications company and the Marine Corps. His expertise spans Agile software product management, product marketing, business planning, partner management, project management and leadership. As general manager in his most recent position, Jason held responsibility for all aspects of an IT chargeback product including product management, product marketing, pre/post-sales support and training. He worked with multiple clients ranging from Fortune 500 enterprises to government agencies to universities enabling their adoption of new technology and methods to optimize their IT organizations. His prior position with a startup software company included experience migrating from waterfall to Agile development methods. Jason collaborated closely with engineering to integrate product management into the Agile workflow. He has presented a synopsis of this experience for a software marketing conference and via webinar. Jason is an active member of the Agile User Group in Research Triangle Park the Triangle Product Management Association in Raleigh, NC and the North Carolina Council for Entrepreneurial Development. He frequently speaks for the Product Management View webinar series, at user group meetings and for the Atlanta Agile Project Leadership Network. He holds a BS degree in mechanical and aeronautical engineering from Cornell University and a MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship from Duke University.

Richmond, VA 23219

»Vuunaa Dream Car Giveaway

February 26, 2015 8:00 AM

NEW 2015 BMW Dream Car.  Beautiful new car to be given away on Friday APRIL 24, 2015. Winner does not have to be present. Winner is responsible for all taxes and fees. Proceeds support scholarships for derserving students at Virginia Union University. Purchase your ticket via this site or mail your payment to our post office address. VUUNAA P. O. Box 26177, Richmond, VA  23260-6177, Attn: CarGiveAway.    United as OneMaking a Difference

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