If your software was a jumbo jet, would you fly in it? software is a alive. A living mirror of the team, the customer, the economy, and the technology. The group is about how the community embrace good, bad and ugly ways of working with development, testing, delivery support, and the whole requirements life cycle. We will touch on small and huge projects and share working examples of how not to do things and personal favourites from within the group.

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Recent Meetups

  • June 6 · 10:00 AM

    TDD The Good The Bad The Ugly

    4 Catalysts

    The is much debate with regards to Test Driven Development https://youtu.be/KtHQGs3zFAM Is it dead Part 1 https://youtu.be/z9quxZsLcfo Is TDD Dead Part 2 https://... Learn more
  • May 16 · 10:00 AM

    Test Camp 2

    6 Catalysts | 5.00

    Good Software People Practice,Practice,Practice. AND THAT INCLUDED TESTING A whole day of defining "WHAT" to test. Not the "HOW" The day will be split into two part... Learn more
  • April 4 · 10:00 AM

    Anti Design & Best Practice Code Camp

    4 Catalysts | 5.00

    How do you practice your craft You may think your a good coder, but have you ever been really challenged Challenged & Stumped to write Bad code, Anti-designs &... Learn more
  • March 14 · 10:00 AM

    Soft Skills Camp

    7 Catalysts | 5.00

    Good Software people Practice,Practice,Practice. But what is the point of practising if you don't understand the need. This is where the technical meets the real world.... Learn more
  • September 9, 2014 · 7:00 PM

    Agile Architecture - The Art of Anti-Fragile

    14 Catalysts | 4.00

    How do we align software to give true business agility. How do we take an existing system and port it to the cloud or mobile devices without a complete rebuild or huge... Learn more
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