Monthly community meetup 👩💻👨💻
RSVP : https://go.notman.org/scm-01-2020
The typical agenda is:
## 18:30 - Greetings, food & drinks 🍻
Enjoy food & drinks, meet people and chill before the event begins. It's a fantastic moment to get to know each others.
## 18:55 - Introduction 💁
We regroup. Organizers do a quick presentation of the meetup and a short introduction of Software Craftsmanship to newcomers.
## 19:00 - Lightning talks ⚡
Short presentations from the community. You can stand up and propose something, if you want.
Typical intervention could be:
- I just want to say hi (3 seconds)
- I discovered this new tool, here's the website, you should check-it out (1 minute)
- I've prepared a little presentation with a few slides (max. 10min)
## 19:30 - Round-table discussions 💬
Anyone can propose one or many subjects. You'll have 30s to present your subject to people. We'll vote on these subjects and pick the most voted ones. Then we'll split into few groups to deal with selected subjects.
We'll follow the two-feet rules which is: "you belong where your feet brings you". It means that you're free to stand up and change group during the evening if you want to.
Subjects can have many forms:
- Discussion on a concept/practice (e.g. what is TDD?)
- Discussion on a specific problem you have (e.g. do you have advice to add tests on legacy code at work?)
- Coding katas on any subject, in any language
- Mob-programming on anything
## 20:30 - Recap' & closing
We regroup again. One person of each group does a short recap of what was discussed, so anyone get a TL;DR of the different discussions.
Then we say goodbye and go home, full of joy and motivation until next meetup.
About Software Crafters Montréal
Join us on Slack: http://slack.softwarecraftsmanship.org/ (channel #montréal)
This group is for any developer, whoever you are, whatever language or technology you're familiar with.
Join us if you are interested in:
- Test-Driven Development (TDD)
- Challenges of working with legacy code
- Clean Code
- Clean Architecture, Hexagonal Architecture and design problems in general
As Software Crafters, we improve professional software development skills through practice and helping others learn the know-how.
We do appreciate:
Not only working software, but also well-crafted software.
Not only responding to change, but also steadily adding value.
Not only individuals and interactions, but also a community of professionals.
Not only customer collaboration, but also productive partnerships.
Looking for the left parts, we found that we need the right parts.
The Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship: http://manifesto.softwarecraftsmanship.org/
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