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It feels that Kotlin has taken the world by storm. Our very own Tech Radar (https://www.thoughtworks.com/radar/languages-and-frameworks) features Kotlin itself, plus a bunch of other frameworks and libraries based on Kotlin. However, it seems that most talks and conferences still focus on the Android side. We want to bring a different perspective to the table. We have noticed that more and more of our projects find themselves picking Kotlin to build new services within a typical microservices setup. The experience has been positive for us, and we want to talk about it! For this meetup, we'll do three small talks to show you our experience in some of our projects. We hope you'll become as excited as we are about all the possibilities if you aren't yet. Mario Fernandez - Kotlin for microservices, why? Andrei Bechet - Error handling for a rest API backend? Vineeth Venudasan - Kotlin code in Production: Observations and learnings ABOUT MARIO: Mario develops software for a living. Then he goes home and continues reading about software because he just cannot get enough. At some point, somebody thought it was a good idea to make him the technical lead of an agile team. He quickly discovered that building things himself is not the same as helping somebody else figure it out. He learned, somewhat to his surprise, that he really enjoys sharing ideas. According to their feedback, other developers have managed to learn something from Mario. At least they don't tend to run away screaming, which is, as he thinks, a good thing. ABOUT ANDREI: Andrei is a software developer and technology enthusiast. He loves to challenge the status quo, share ideas and participate in interesting discussions. He is as much interested in people and how to get stuff done together, as he is in tech. he/him SNACKS: As always we are offering various snacks and, beer and soft drinks. No full meal, but at least something to eat.
*** Please sign up via our landing page: https://www.thoughtworks.com/now_it_de_muc *** Description: N.O.W. (Network of Women) is originally an initiative developed by ThoughtWorks India, with the purpose of connecting and growing communities. The idea behind this event is to create a forum for curious women in tech, looking to be part of an open and inclusive network, to come together, learn from each other and be inspired. For us it is super exciting to host the 2nd German N.O.W. IT event in Munich on 19th October! We are looking forward to welcome you in a positive and motivating environment, providing fresh content, wonderful speakers and trainers, and innovative formats. Also we offer a kids space at the event which is meant to provide a space for kids and parents with their needs. Please note that this event is not only open for women but for everyone who is interested in supporting this initiative! Agenda: 10:00am - Registration 10:30am - Welcome 10:45am - "tbd" by Kelsey Mok 11:15am - "One advice for a newbie tech lead" by Christin Westermann 11:45am - Coffee Break 12:00am - "How to build diverse teams" by Katiane di Schiavi 12:45pm - Lunch Break 2:00pm - Fish Bowl Discussion 3:00pm - Coffee Break 3:15pm - Workshop
Welcome to the Global Day of Coderetreat in Munich on Saturday November 16th at ThoughtWorks Munich! On Saturday, November 16th, Coderetreats will be held in cities around the world for the 2019 Global Day of Coderetreat, uniting software developers in their quest for improvement. It also happens to be the 10 year anniversary of this format. Write code, learn from others, teach someone else, and expand your network of friends who are passionate about their craft. Software developers of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome! What to Bring: Please bring your laptop with your favorite development tools (IDE, version control) and a unit test framework, everything else is provided. Background: Coderetreat is a worldwide pattern designed to hone software skills and design practices through repeated attempts to build an implementation of a well-known software problem (for example Conway's Game of Life). Unit testing and Test-Driven Development will be emphasized as key practices. Developers use pair programming and discussion to exchange knowledge, and additional constraints are given throughout the day to emphasize good design concepts and practices. More details about the format and intention at https://www.coderetreat.org/ Code of Conduct: We are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, programming language, ability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof). And so we invite all those who participate in our event to help us create safe and positive experiences for everyone. Therefore please: Be welcoming, friendly, and patient. Be respectful. Not all of us will agree with each other all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for poor behavior and poor manners. We might all experience some frustration now and then, but we cannot allow that frustration to turn into a personal attack. Be aware of the effect your words may have on others. We are a community of professionals, and we conduct ourselves professionally. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other participants. Harassment and other exclusionary behavior aren't acceptable. Agenda: We will open the doors at 8:30am and offer a little breakfast until we will start the program at 9:30am. Lunch, coffee and beverages will be provided, so you will be able to concentrate on coding the whole day. There will be three sessions in the morning and three sessions after lunch. The official program will end around 5:00pm.