First Meet-Up, Participant Sign-Ups!
Please only sign-up if you are ABSOLUTELY SURE YOU WILL ATTEND. As all attendees are expected to participate, and having an even ratio (See structure on "Mission" on our meet-ups page!) will help ensure success!
More details to follow!
Practice solving algorithmic coding problems with technical peers using “Oral Recitation”. An “Oral Recitation” is a strategy for practicing solving algorithmic problems. Participants take turns individually solving a problem on a dry-erase board, while a “peer-proctor” provides clarification, answers questions, gives a few hints and provides constructive feedback. There are no wrong answers!
• 7:00 pm - 7:10 (Kick-Off), 10-minute presentation:
- Explain structure
- Explain benefit of following this structure
- Pass-around sign-up sheet (1-1 structure, “Solver” / “Proctor”)
- If someone has to leave earlier, etc. they must act as “Solver” first to get the benefit of attending, but are requested to act as proctor for 2 problems at a future session.
- Roll-call, hand out solution sheet and assign board space to solvers
Solve Problem 1
Problem 1 Review / Break
Problem 2 Review