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

    Time for July's Virtual Round Table we are running it again jointly with the Munich Software Craft Community. A nice opportunity to increase our link with developers from other regions. 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. 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/

  • LSCC Talk: Microfrontends with David Leitner

    Online event

    David Leitner and Codurance have decided to open up the talk on Microfrontends that David is going to do as part of the Codurance Bi-Weekly Invitationals. Therefore, if you want to learn a bit about this interesting technique for frontend development, you can join for an hour of learning. You can find some information about him and a previous version of the talk here: https://ndc-london.com/speaker/david-leitner/ Be aware that the event will start quite punctual. 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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  • 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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  • LSCC Talks

    Online event

    A new edition of LSCC Talks. We will have two talks by Chris Eyre and Richard Wild. The program is: 18:00 starting call 18:15 Chris Eyre - Viewing Contenful Data with Neo4j 18:45 Questions for Chris 18:50 Richard Wild - Software Modernisation 19:20 Questions for Rich 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. - Don't be afraid of using the chat for small comments while the talks are going on, but keep it in topic. - Use the Zoom "Raise Hand" functionality when you want to ask a question. We will be raffling a Jetbrain Personal License and also two copies of the book (digital) "Development. A Guide To Modern Software Delivery” by Chris Eyre If you want to do a talk for the LSCC just talk with us (half hour talks)

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  • Virtual Round Table

    Online event

    And another Virtual Round Table online!!! 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 Sadly, there is no food or drinks provided, but we will be raffling a Jetbrain Personal License. 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.

  • Virtual Round Table

    Online event

    Due to reasons that start with c, we couldn't organize anything for our regular date of Round Tables. But here we are back, to do something ... online So this will be more or less our regular Round Table. We will start from 18:45 with a bit of chit-chat, at 18:55 we will have our usual introduction, at 19:00 we will be doing lightning talks, then we will proceed to select "big" topics for discussion, and divide ourselves into separate rooms to discuss those topics. Anyone remaining at 21:00 can convene back into the main room to say goodbyes. Some additional rules for this online event: - In general, stay on mute unless you want to talk (Alt+A/Cmd+Shift+A for quick muting/un-muting) - 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. Sadly, there is no food or drinks provided, but we will be raffling a couple of Jetbrains Personal Licenses. We may even have a small app where to register and to do the random selection (depends on how much free time we have to get it sorted) 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.

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  • Coding Dojo (@Iwoca)

    iwoca

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  • Craftsmanship Round Table @ Aspect Capital

    Aspect Capital

    This is our monthly software craftsmanship round table to discuss technology, practices or whatever else takes our fancy. After a long hiatus, we are back with the good folk at Aspect Capital. They're based at Portman Square, a short walk from Marble Arch and Baker Street underground stations. If you're using some new technology you think others would be interested in, if you've got a design or some code you'd like to discuss, if you'd like to discuss a specific practice, a problem you are having at work or you'd simply like to see what others have got to say - come along and join in the debate. How does it work? The first 15-30 minutes will be devoted to lightning talks. So if you've got a cool demo, some new technology or just something you think the group might find interesting, controversial or just plain funny, bring it along and share with the group! Don't worry if you've never given a lightning talk before - this is a great opportunity to give a talk in a friendly environment. We'll have a projector and a whiteboard and all talks are restricted to no more than five minutes. The rest of the evening will be run as an open space. There will be food and drinks. There's only room for limited numbers at this event, so if you change your mind please update your RSVP so others can come. Community Code of Conduct Please review our Community Code of Conduct (https://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/pages/14935142/Code_of_Conduct/) before attending and help us in ensuring a safe environment for everybody.

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  • Coding Dojo (@Moonpig)

    Moonpig

    We are back at the magnificent offices of MoonPig for another Coding Dojo and some fun. And we will be raffling another Jetbrains personal license Remember to bring a laptop if you can (if you can't you should still come, as we will be pair programming ;-) ) Make sure that you have the invite with you (either the app or email), to be allowed entrance by security. Remember to bring a laptop if you can (if you can't, you should still come, as we will be pair programming ;-) ) For a quick setup of a project you can use the templates at: https://github.com/swkBerlin/kata-bootstraps Community Code of Conduct Please review our Community Code of Conduct (https://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/pages/14935142/Code_of_Conduct/) before attending and help us to ensure a safe environment for everybody.

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  • Craftsmanship Round Table @ Codurance

    Codurance

    New Year, another of our monthly Software Craftsmanship round table to discuss technology, practices or whatever else takes our fancy. If you're using some new technology you think others would be interested in, if you've got a design or some code you'd like to discuss, if you'd like to discuss a specific practice, a problem you are having at work or you'd simply like to see what others have got to say - come along and join in the conversation. How does it work? The first 15-30 minutes will be devoted to lightning talks. So if you've got a cool demo, some new technology or just something you think the group might find interesting, controversial or just plain funny, bring it along and share with the group! Don't worry if you've never given a lightning talk before - this is a great opportunity to give a talk in a friendly environment. We'll have a projector and a whiteboard and all talks are restricted to no more than five minutes. The rest of the evening will be run as an Open Space. There will be pizza and drinks. There's only room for limited numbers at this event, so if you change your mind please update your RSVP so others can come. Community Code of Conduct Please review our Community Code of Conduct (https://www.meetup.com/london-software-craftsmanship/pages/14935142/Code_of_Conduct/) before attending and help us to ensure a safe environment for everybody.

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