pair programming

Recursos de programación de pair programming
Greach is a yearly technical conference around Android, JVM Frameworks and alternative JVM languages. It brings together JVM developers with framework creators and international speakers. Developers learn about JVM languages such as Groovy, Kotlin, platforms such as Android, JVM frameworks such as Grails, Micronaut, Ratpack, Spock... or cloud environments such as Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services or PWS. The most talented developers around Europe come to Greach to learn how to develop better, faster and smarter. ------------- I was battling with my colleague on who had the best IDE! Like a Pokemon Battle he revealed his Pokeball and said “Eclipse, I choose you”! And I was opening my Pokeball and IntelliJ was coming out of it! Which Pokemon will win? The one which is the most productive (for you)! By comparing Pokemon with IDEs, I am showing you the best features. All based on solid research (675 responses). You ever seen the pair programming modus of Visual Studio Code? Or the Pull Request features of IntelliJ (for Github)? With a lot of fun and some video's I will show you all cool features you definitely need to see! ------------- Todos los vídeos de Greach 2019 en: https://lk.autentia.com/Greach19-YT ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX
¿Y si lo escuchas mientras vas al trabajo o te pones en forma?: https://www.ivoox.com/31922974 ------------- There is a common misconception that junior developers are a burden and won’t be delivering value for the first months or even years. Yet, observing my own contributions, I realised how my insights were useful for my team from day one. Working with agile methodologies, using pair programming and code review, you can contribute to your team, deliver value and learn on the job. In this talk I will try to explain why hiring Juniors makes business sense for your company and/or team and how to properly get the most out of every team member no matter their level of experience. ------------- Todos los vídeos de Codemotion 2018 en: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKxa4AIfm4pUKl4PGFucaziMr16GVOBI0 ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX
This keynote by Felienne Hermans took place at Lambda World Cádiz on October 25th, 2018 at the Palacio de Congresos in Cádiz, Spain. Keynote: How does code sound? We study all sorts of aspects of programming languages, their ease of use, type system, their level of abstractness, but we feel one aspect is overlooked, how a programming language sounds like when read aloud. Is reading aloud hard? Well, yes. We found that developers cannot pronounce code in a consistent fashion. We had 25 experienced developers read code aloud, and it was a mess, even for simple statements. For example, how to pronounce an assignment statement like x = 5? Is it “x is 5”? Or “set x to 5”? Or “x gets 5”? And what about an equality check? Is it “if x is is 5”? Or “if x is 5”? Or “is x is equal to 5”? What can we learn from reading code aloud? We think programming language designers could learn a lot from hearing their language spoken. For example, if programmers consistently read if x == 5 as “if x is 5”, = or even is might be better keyword. What is the ultimate end game of this idea? We envision programming language designers of the future to prescribe a way that their language sounds, much like languages have style guides. When the sound or ‘phonology’ is defined, it can be practiced, taught and analyzed. This will be useful while learning to program, but could be a valuable tool people that interact with code in an oral way, such as visually and physically disabled programmers, and developers that are doing (remote) pair programming. What will the talk cover? In the talk, we will describe our experiment and what we learned from it, so other interested in exploring how languages sound can start well-prepared and informed. Follow: -https://www.twitter.com/lambda_world -https://www.twitter.com/47deg -https://twitter.com/Felienne Visit: -https://www.47deg.com/events for more details -http://www.lambda.world
Programar en pareja es fácil cuando estás codo con codo pero… ¿Cómo podemos hacer pair programming cuando trabajamos en remoto? 🤔 En este vídeo analizamos Visual Studio Live Share mostrando ejemplos desde su instalación, hasta cómo se comporta el modo following cuando otro desarrollador está programando y nosotros sólo queremos ir viendo lo que hace para comentarlo. Links relacionados: ✍️ Visual Studio Code Live Share: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/liveshare/ 🎥 Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/CodelyTV?sub_confirmation=1 📕 Cursos CodelyTV Pro: https://codely.tv/pro/cursos 💸 Descuentos promocionales: https://codely.tv/pro/verano18 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Planes para empresas: https://codely.tv/pro/teams 𝐟 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CodelyTV/ 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/CodelyTV
A good Agile culture for a technology-based company is counterintuitive for most people. We were educated to use cost accounting and resource efficiency instead of flow efficiency. We don't know how to collaborate and work in teams. It is also very common to see Engineering as a team to control. As a service provider, instead of as part of the business.At the organization and team level, at least the following practices are counterintuitive:Increase Focus and reduce the work in progress (WI...
A core mission of the software craftsmanship movement is to promote modern practices within the tech industry, like TDD and pair programming. Software, however, is only one part of the craftsmanship puzzle: our manifesto also speaks of professionalism and partnership. When it comes to diversity and inclusion, our industry has an abysmal track record. Some of us in the craftsmanship community are actively working to make a difference. We believe that if craftsmanship is to remain relevant into the 2020s and beyond, we must tackle this issue head-on. In this talk I’ll look at what key players in the software craftsmanship community have been doing to improve diversity, why it’s important we all participate, and what you can do to help. Todos los videos de Barcelona Software Craftsmanship https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKxa4AIfm4pXfHIuhB89H6TdUO8syJMui&playnext=1 Descarga gratis la versión digital del libro de Roberto Canales “Conversaciones con CEOs y CIOs sobre Transformación Digital y Metodologías Ágiles ” https://goo.gl/i2zZtJ Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter; https://goo.gl/5jc6uP Facebook; https://goo.gl/o8HrWX Twitter; https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ LinkedIn https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/
These are great talks that I've seen during November:AgileByExample 2016: Henrik Kniberg - Keynote - Focus (or Stop Starting, Start Finishing)  Henrik Kniberg. As usualy Henrik deliver a great talk that inspired me a lot.DOES16 San Francisco - Time Theft: How Hidden and Unplanned Work Commit the Perfect Crime Great talk about the most important factors that destroy the productivity and the flow. Explain some off the concepts of Lean and is a great complement of to the classic ...
Post previously published in Spanish Equipos de desarrollo / No RockstarsThe "Solo Developer" does not work anymore. "Is a good developer, but... he can't work in a team..." is no longer good enough. Even I think, that the practices that works well for you but are not shared among the team are not good practices anymore.Nowadays there are no development efforts for one person. Programming has become a team effort, so the collaboration, communication and empathy are much important for the fi...
Entrevistas que pudimos hacer a algunos asistentes y organizadores de la Software Craftsmanship Pamplona. Minuto a minuto de las entrevistas: 0:00 Introducción 1:16 Qué destacaríais del evento 1:51 - Sobre la Devscola 2:18 - Cierre de temporada y adelanto de la siguiente en decharlas 2:37 - Opinión organización del evento 3:10 - Cómo surgió la idea 4:30 - Qué es un Open Space 4:49 - Qué os lleváis del evento (guía pair programming Flywire) 6:30 - Formato y organización del evento 7:45 - Dinámica de retrospectiva aplicada 10:30 - Qué sensación os queda 10:44 - Qué os lleváis vosotros (organizadores) 11:46 - Cómo entendéis el movimiento del Software Craftsmanship 12:47 - Cómo os habéis coordinado para organizar el evento 14:00 - Qué es 540deg.com 14:53 - Cómo se han conseguido los ponentes 15:55 - Sobre los asistentes 17:30 - Logística y costes 18:57 - Cómo determinar el precio de la entrada 19:30 - Patrocinadores en una Software Craftsmanship 20:37 - Beneficios del tamaño del evento 24:14 - Listado de comunidades Software Craftsmanship en España 24:39 - Próximamente en CodelyTV… ¡Entrevista a Carlos Buenosvinos! Más info: http://codely.tv/entrevistas/software-craftsmanship-pamplona-2016