• Remote Coding Kata

    Online event

    To have a nice experience, please have the following tools prepared in advance of the event. Slack: please join the workspace here https://join.slack.com/t/onlinecodingkatas/shared_invite/zt-f78x80qs-cxlXUfMczUMP~~_nMwCECA Github: please have an account and clone this repository http://bit.ly/kata-repo Zoom: please install Zoom and make sure your sound and microphone are working https://zoom.us/ Slack is the first point of contact, you will get zoom info there. The event starts at 7pm sharp. Special thanks to Daniel Bartholomae for taking up the challenge of facilitating this Coding Kata and preparing all the tools. We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other.

  • MobRetreat Express (Lübeck-Berlin-Munich)

    Online event

    "How can we work together as a team without waiting, distraction, interruption, or multitasking?" (Woody Zuill, the discoverer of mob programming) MobRetreat Express is a 3-hour long coding dojo for trying collaborative software development in a mob of 3 people with TDD and refactoring, exploring different mobbing styles in 3 rounds, sharing experiences, and evaluating the differences. It connects Software Craft Communities from Lübeck, Berlin, and Munich. Let us discover mob programming together. We try out multiple styles of mob programming in short remote mob sessions. After seeing how the different communication patterns work we share our learnings in a retrospective. This is about learning to play well with others and use that skill to make the best code the collective knows how to make. Unlike a code retreat, changing constraints relate to communication, not to the code. Your facilitator is Dimitry Polivaev (@dimitrypolivaev on Twitter) from the Munich Software Craft Community. Computers with zoom client and internet access required. See you!

  • Remote Lean Coffee (joint with Munich Software Craft Community)

    Join us for a Lean Coffee (http://agilecoffee.com/leancoffee/) - a roundtable to talk about new technologies, team dynamics, agile methodologies, software design considerations - you name it! Bring your ideas and we’ll take care of the rest! We strive to provide a safe environment for everyone, please see : https://github.com/swkBerlin/values/blob/master/safe_environment.md Craftsmanship values sharing knowledge. It is a great opportunity to network while learning from other companies' experiences. This time we will join up with Munich to share ideas between our cities. You only need to sign up here, but if you want to know who will be joining from Munich, you can find the Munich version of the event here: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/munich-software-craft-community/events/272028240/

  • Global Day of Mob-Retreat 2020 (Berlin)

    Online event

    Mob Programming explanation (3 min) by Amitai Schleier: https://agilein3minut.es/32/ The idea of a Mob-Retreat is to experiment with different styles of Mob-Programming around tdd and a coding kata. No previous knowledge is required to participate. This is the Berlin event of a world-wide series. Find out more at: https://mobretreat.org/ For Berlin we will meet in the following Slack: https://join.slack.com/t/onlinecodingkatas/shared_invite/zt-f78x80qs-cxlXUfMczUMP~~_nMwCECA Please install Zoom and make sure your sound and microphone are working: https://zoom.us/ Slack is the first point of contact, you will get the Zoom link there. We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other.

  • Remote Code Kata

    Online event

    To have a nice experience, please have the following tools prepared in advance of the event. Slack: please join the workspace here https://join.slack.com/t/onlinecodingkatas/shared_invite/zt-f78x80qs-cxlXUfMczUMP~~_nMwCECA Github: please have an account and clone this repository http://bit.ly/kata-repo Zoom: please install Zoom and make sure your sound and microphone are working https://zoom.us/ Slack is the first point of contact, you will get zoom info there. Event starts 7pm sharp. Special thanks to Daniel Bartholomae for taking up the challenge of facilitating this Coding Kata and preparing all the tools. We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other.

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  • remote Lean Coffee

    Online event

    Join us for a Lean Coffee (http://agilecoffee.com/leancoffee/) - a roundtable to talk about new technologies, team dynamics, agile methodologies, software design considerations - you name it! Bring your ideas and we’ll take care of the rest! We strive to provide a safe environment for everyone, please see : https://github.com/swkBerlin/values/blob/master/safe_environment.md Craftsmanship values sharing knowledge. It is a great opportunity to network while learning from other companies' experiences.

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  • remote Lean Coffee

    Online event

    Join us for a Lean Coffee (http://agilecoffee.com/leancoffee/) - a roundtable to talk about new technologies, team dynamics, agile methodologies, software design considerations - you name it! Bring your ideas and we’ll take care of the rest! We strive to provide a safe environment for everyone, please see : https://github.com/swkBerlin/values/blob/master/safe_environment.md Craftsmanship values sharing knowledge. It is a great opportunity to network while learning from other companies' experiences.

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  • Remote Code Kata

    Online event

    Here comes our second remote event. To have a nice experience, please have the following tools prepared in advance of the event. Slack: please join the workspace here https://bit.ly/join-coding-kata Github: please have an account and clone this repository http://bit.ly/kata-repo Zoom: please install Zoom and make sure your sound and microphone are working https://zoom.us/ Slack is the first point of contact, you will get zoom info there. Event starts 7pm sharp. Special thanks to Daniel Bartholomae for taking up the challenge of facilitating this Coding Kata and preparing all the tools. We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other. Software Craftsmanship Berlin aka Softwerkskammer Berlin is part of the Softwerkskammer.org network of other local Software Craftsmanship Communities. Our movement is inspired by the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship: "As aspiring Software Craftsmen we are raising the bar of professional software development by practicing it and helping others learn the craft. Through this work we have come to value: * 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 That is, in pursuit of the items on the left we have found the items on the right to be indispensable"

  • Monthly Event Code Kata (Remote Meeting)

    Remote Meeting Platform (tbd)

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: Like so many other groups, we'll also experiment with moving the Meetup into the Virtual World. To make it happen, please have the following tools prepared for the event. Slack: please join the workspace here https://bit.ly/join-coding-kata Github: please have an account and clone this repository http://bit.ly/kata-repo Sheet: please enter your information here to help us finding coding pairs https://bit.ly/kata-participants Zoom: please install Zoom and make sure your sound and microphone are working https://zoom.us/ Special thanks to Daniel Bartholomae for taking up the challenge of facilitating this Coding Kata and preparing all the tools. ------------------ We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other. Software Craftsmanship Berlin aka Softwerkskammer Berlin is part of the Softwerkskammer.org network of other local Software Craftsmanship Communities. Our movement is inspired by the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship: "As aspiring Software Craftsmen we are raising the bar of professional software development by practicing it and helping others learn the craft. Through this work we have come to value: * 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 That is, in pursuit of the items on the left we have found the items on the right to be indispensable"

  • Monthly Event Lean Coffee @ Flixbus

    Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 33

    We are a meeting place for everyone who deeply cares about software development. We are a group of professionals who want to share their knowledge and learn from each other. Software Craftsmanship Berlin aka Softwerkskammer Berlin is part of the Softwerkskammer.org network of other local Software Craftsmanship Communities. Our movement is inspired by the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship. This time we will have a discussion in the Lean Coffee format. Topics may range from CI/CD, testing certain aspects of code to managing WIP limits in your project. Every table comes up with topics to discuss on their own.

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