What we're about

This is a community for those who care and are proud of what they do. For those developers, regardless how experienced they are, who want to improve and master their craft.

This is a community for those who believe that being average is just not good enough.

The Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship

As aspiring Software Craftspeople 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.

Please check LSCC's Code of Conduct (http://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/pages/Code_of_Conduct/).

Upcoming events (1)

Virtual Round Table. Joint event with the Munich Software Craft Community

Time for June's Virtual Round Table!!! ***UPDATE*** I am glad to say that we will be running this event joint with the Munich Software Craft Community. A nice opportunity to increase our link with developers from other regions. ***UPDATE*** We will start from 18:00 with a bit of chit-chat, at 18:15 we will have our usual introduction, at 18:20 we will be doing lightning talks (5 mins max, please), then we will proceed to select "big" topics for discussion, and divide ourselves into separate rooms to discuss those topics. Anyone remaining at 20:00 can convene back into the main room to say goodbyes. Some additional rules for this online event: - In general, stay unmuted, unless you have a noisy environment (Alt+A/Cmd+Shift+A for quick muting/un-muting). We have found that it helps creating a good atmosphere - Try to use a headset or headphones with a good directional microphone. As a general rule, laptops microphone/speaker combo tend to be horrible. - We will have one person of the organisation on each room to help moderate. Use the chat to indicate that you want to speak. The moderator will take care of giving you the turn to speak. - Don't be afraid of using the chat for small comments while someone else is talking, but keep it in topic. - Use the Zoom "Raise Hand" functionality We will be raffling 2 Jetbrain Personal License and 2 copies of the (digital) book "Development. A Guide To Modern Software Delivery” by Chris Eyre We will be using Zoom for the event. You can use it on the web browser, after telling it like three times you don't want to use the desktop version, in case you don't want to use the desktop version. Any question regarding the event, please drop us a message so we can provide answers. Code of Conduct: https://communitycodeofconduct.com/

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