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Code Kata (Bozeman)

For our September meetup, we're going to do a Code Kata (or two). A Coda Kata is simply coding practice. You take a small straight-forward problem, and work through it in your programming language of choice. This is a fun exercise to do as a group, especially if you would like to try one in a language you are new at. All that you need for this activity is a laptop that can run your program. If you'd just like to "spectate," that's fine as well. Pair programming is certainly welcome. I will set a rough time limit at an hour.

Beverages will be provided.

For more on Code Kata, check out We'll probably pull one of the problems from there.

Here's an example of Jim Weirich doing a Code Kata. The audio is pretty mediocre, but it is still fun.

If you have trouble finding us, call Rob @[masked]

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