Mob Programming brings the whole team together to one terminal, programmer and non-programmer alike, to improve quality and speed of building and deploying software. This group-process may feel counterintuitive, but provides many benefits such as increased empathy for other roles, fewer blocked programmers, and fewer bugs.
We’ll be partnering with the excellent CTO School meetup to bring programmers, product managers, and agile coaches to try our hands at solving a problem in small groups by thinking and coding together.
Wondering what this interactive, participatory session will be like? Amitai ran it this summer in Edinburgh on coding tour, and there’s video.
Coding Tour - https://schmonz.com/2018/04/23/coding-tour/
Video - https://schmonz.com/2018/08/14/lean-agile-edinburgh-august-2018-programming-for-nonprogrammers/
Amitai Schleier describes himself as an enlightened doofus, independent software development coach and speaker, legacy code wrestler, non-award-winning musician, award-winning bad poet, and Agile in 3 Minutes podcaster. He blogs at https://schmonz.com
You can learn more about the CTO School meetup here: https://www.meetup.com/ctoschool/. Note that if you're signed up over there, you don't need to sign up here.