20 בנובמבר 2010
Our 5th meet-up is rolling out (on 15.12.2010) and I am very excited as this time there are plenty of surprises :)First, we have a lot of cool giveaways to give during the meet-up (A hint is here). Second, the meet-up's title is: “All you need is… Code” and its format is slightly different:
We are going to discuss different SW principles: DRY, TDD, Code Reviews and etc... The demonstrations will be done in 3-4 different groups. Each group will discuss a different SW principle. Each 30 min, after sounding some music the participants will exchange their groups.
8 בנובמבר 2010
On our 4th Software Craftsmanship meet-up I have introduced the Mentorship / Apprenticeship program.
Since then, I have received 2 great apprentices to mentor.
In the following series of posts I would like to summarize our mutual experiences (questions, debates and learning processes) for the benefit of the community.
During the first meeting we discussed the following topics:
We talked about each others experience: what we learned from that experience and what we didn't :)
What does Software Craftsmanship stand for?
I reviewed the basic Software Craftsmanship ideals and values and we...
5 בנובמבר 2010
I was announced that I was selected to be a guest of Micorosft at Tech-Ed 2010 (Eilat) as 1 of the 10 bloggers of the community.Cool!!!Thanks a lot guys :)!!!
Boy, I had so much fun during our 4th meeting...
There were more than 80 people, deeply concerned about our profession and eager to learn best patterns & practices.
In the first part we had 3 lectures: Code Reviews (Tools & Processes) - Ran Tavory , Structure 101 - Eran Harel and Legacy
Code & Unit Tests - Uri Lavi.
In the second part Aviv
Ben-Yosef & Yoni Tsafir demonstrated pair programming (Randori Style) while solving the Bowling Kata exercise.