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Coding Dojo

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  • Mozaic Works

    Blv. Carol I, Nr. 26, Et.1, Sector 3, Bucharest (map)

    44.435925 26.104753

  • Alin Pandichi[masked]
  • A Coding Dojo is a team practice format that accelerates knowledge transfer and sharing skills between team members. With an experienced facilitator, it is also a way of learning by applying various techniques.

    Objectives

    The following skills are typical candidates for improvement during a dojo:

    • Refactoring
    • Simple design
    • Clean code
    • Improving pair programming technique
    • How to safely modify code you don't understand (usually legacy code)
    • Learning a new programming language
    • Unit testing
    • Test driven development

    In addition, coding dojo can be used by a team as a collective and structured way of solving difficult or risky problems related to production, like fixing a bug or redesigning parts of the application.

    How it works?

    The basic format of a coding dojo:

    • All developers and the facilitator gather in a room.
    • The facilitator introduces the purpose and the format of the coding dojo.
    • One laptop with a functional development environment is connected to a projector.
    • Two developers pair program on the laptop. The others are in the room, watching the code changes.
    • Every 7 minutes, one developer leaves the laptop and the next one from the room takes his place.
    • After a specified period of time (usually around two hours), the dojo ends with a retrospective.


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