The long way through Software Craftsmanship

Meetup cross-pollination

Mar 25, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments - meetupcross-pollinationbumble-beeale14agile-lean-europe-2014

Adrian Bolboaca has written a very interesting post on being a community bumble-bee. (Source can be found here) He goes on to explain how he has visited many meetups all over Europe and the big chunk of information and experience he has learned from them. He tells us about a selfish approach to organizing meetups: When one teaches two learn (apparently attributed to) Robert Heinlein, source I share this feeling of learning while teaching, as long as you reflect and analyze (e.

Open Space: Code reviews

Mar 16, 2015 - 3 minute read - Comments - agilecode-reviewtroll-reviewcraftsmanshipnotesexperience-reportteambarcelona-software-craftsmanship

Today we’ve discussed about code reviews on this open space Notes These are my notes, in no particular order: reduce information silos all around the company, as everyone [technical] can participate in these events raise the “just arrived” people’s knowledge [Difficult to hit the ground up and running, but these code review sessions can help] invest one person as ‘sheriff’ for the sprint: they will take care of static analysis tools (such as sonar) and continuous integration (CI; such as jenkins).

TDD Meetup Retrospective

Mar 16, 2015 - 4 minute read - Comments - retrospectiveexperience-reportmeetuptddtraining

Yesterday we organized a TDD meetup at the FIB - Barcelona School of Informatics UPC, within Barcelona Software Craftsmanship sponsored by the Junior Empresa d’Informàtica. The meetup started at 9:00 until 18:00, with a one-hour pause in the middle. Where Please make sure the meetup space (e.g., classroom, meeting room) is available and ready to be used at least 15 minutes before the meetup starts The organizer and the event host should be there in advance to prepare the physical environment (chairs, wifi, beamer, etc) as well as mentally: getting comfortable with the space, loading the presentation, prepare the speaker notes, etc.

Maven module Base for cucumber in java

Mar 10, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments - cucumberbddjavamavenrepositorymeetupagilebcn

I’ve built a small maven module, to be used directly with cucumber. You can fork the repository here This is the setup I’ve proposed for the meetup “BDD Cucumber kata (gherkin + code)”. Will see if this code is successfully used by the ~40 participants in a couple of weeks (Quote from the README.md): This maven project has been possible due to Thomas Sundberg and this post Should you want to, there’s a tweet to thank him the effort: tweet intent here

Brown-bag session: maven

Mar 6, 2015 - 1 minute read - Comments - maventooljavatrainingbrown-bag-sessionclient

Yesterday we did a training about the maven tool. One of the team members explained to us some topics including: lifecycles profiles and how to create one slowTests for integration tests (this client only) downloadJavadoc downloadSources convention over configuration scopes of the dependencies (test, runtime, compile, provided) tricks about the tool: order of the dependencies (especially junit, hamcrest) plugins and how to build one destination folders target, classes, test-classes, etc Note: this post was created a posteriori, with the original date