Coderetreat 深圳站 2015
11月14日9点半到6点 Nomember 14th 9:30am to 6pm
3/F, Fulizhen Building, 1 Kefa Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen (close to Exit B of High Tech Park Subway Station)
- registration page 报名网页 or below 或者下面
- 第二深圳站报名链接：http://epa.ms/gdcr-shenzhen-cn-2015 was to http://www.51qiangda.com/forms/561b6ad8353171469701a770
- http://coderetreat.org/events/global-day-of-coderetreat-2015-shenzhen-china this is unfortunately note enough.
- EPAM link https://events.epam.com/events/coderetreat-shenzhen does not work in China.
- 李小波 Lee Seaborn
- Paul Verest 伟保罗
3 time attendee (first in 2011), event host and 1st time facilitator
Java架构师，开发者。 五年在中国，6个月在深圳在 亿磐系统公司。深圳JUG组织者。 对Nodeclipse和下面的社区有关系。
- Gino Marckx
Corey Haines 朋友
Gino Marckx (Toronto, Canada) Gino is passionate about enjoying work and is responsible for the Agile Competency Center at EPAM.
Immediately after getting his Masters degree in Computer Science at the Ghent University in Belgium, Gino started his career as a programmer with a keen interest in every aspect of software engineering. To date, Gino has gained experience as a programmer, tester, business analyst, process manager, teacher, change agent and assumed various management roles in a variety of companies and industries.
In 2002, Gino started working with some of Belgium's most prominent Agile promoters, joined the Belgian XP/Agile User Group and became actively involved in promoting Agile techniques and practices. After moving to Canada, he co-founded the Toronto Agile Software Development Community. Gino is on the Council of Advisors for the Agile Alliance Board of Directors. He likes to spend his spare time with family and friends enjoying cycling, travel, art, music, poetry and bragging about the supreme quality of Belgian beer.
- Kael Zhang
Time line 安排
09:30 Start 10:00 Session #1 11:00 Session #2 12:00 Session #3 01:00 Lunch long break 03:00 Session #4 03:00 Session #5 05:00 Session #6
Video connection 视频链接
This is in testing, possibly connecting via skype <callto://pverest> or https://appear.in/coderetreat-shenzhen
Expecting connecting to
- 伍斌_Ben, ChengDu, China
- Anuar Nurmakanov, Coderetreat at Karaganda, Kazakhstan (UTC+6)
- Alexandru Bolboaca, Coderetreat at Bucharest, Romania (UTC+2)
- Mike Long, Sweeden (UTC+2)
Onlinde IDE templates
Cloud9 IDE for Node.js https://ide.c9.io/paulvi/codereteat-nodejs
Preparation meeting 准备会
It was good. Not perfect.
Advice by Alex Bolboaca
From my experience, coderetreats work well for a self-selecting group. The chain reaction you were hoping for can still appear, but it will take a bit of time. It could help if you discuss with the people who attended and identify a few enthusiasts you can work with. For example setup an internal community of practice where you do coderetreat-like sessions for 2hrs a week to grow the volunteers' skills.
Also, it's typical for agile to start from organizational practices; usually because that's what managers understand better or can get budget for. If done right, it doesn't take long until you realize you need some technical practices. For example, if you cannot fully test stories developed during a sprint. Or if you have big bang integration. Etc.
I would therefore wait a bit, until these problems appear and then propose the solution. Automation is typically easier to "sell" than pairing, especially when you have one of the problems above.
There are two interesting things you can do at team level:
- set a team agreement for usable software design: see what Johan Martinsson did here http://martinsson-johan.blogspot.ro/2015/03/usable-software-design-federating.html
- show the managers this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CostXs2p6r0
Other than that, if you want to introduce change in the organization I recommend reading "Fearless change" by Linda Rising.
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除了EPAM HackFest 11月14日到15日,