This is a discussion transmitted over the phone about a book chapter, about craftsmanship culture, attitude, but also code crafting hard-skills.
During this session we will discuss the chapters:
24. Don’t Be Afraid to Break Things
25. Don’t Be Cute with Your Test Data
26. Don’t Ignore That Error!
27. Don’t Just Learn the Language, Understand Its Culture
28. Don’t Nail Your Program into the Upright Position
29. Don’t Rely on “Magic Happens Here”
30. Don’t Repeat Yourself
In "97 Things Every Programmer Should Know" by Kevlin Henney and many others
About the speaker:
Victor Rentea is an Independent Technical Trainer (http://victorrentea.ro) and Lead Architect at IBM Romania. He is passionate about Clean Code, TDD, Simple Design and Extreme Programming, about which he regularly speaks at international conferences. He is the founder of this community through which he wants to seed the thirst for professionalism in Romanian Developers. In this attempt, he also posts daily thoughts on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
How does it work? You..
- Enroll the event.
- Try to read the chapter before the call.
- Post several quotes/ideas you like as comments bellow.
- Connect to http://victorrentea.ro/meet
- You listen.
- The speaker will try to cover all posted comments.
- If you wish to bring a new idea during the call, you can either
(a) post a new comment to the meetup page (the speaker will refresh at the end) or
(b) unmute yourself and speak up.
Hint: if you only read the chapter, this initiative has already largely attained its goal :)
The long-term aim of this initiative is to bring a small contribution to strengthening the technical culture inside IT companies in Romania.
IMPORTANT: The connection details are above.
If you liked it, please make some "noise" on social channels, tagging @BucharestSCC or Victor for a share 🙏.
Concept page: http://victorrentea.ro/techy-readers.html
We will speak in Romanian (🇷🇴).
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