Our Events

Join Codurance online or in-person as we share insight and what we’ve learned from our experience as software engineers and craftspeople.

Upcoming Events

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Repair Shop at Software Crafters North

o that we might attempt to offer potential solutions based upon our collective experiences. No need for slide-shows or data sets! We want to converse and chat about the issues we face. This is not a trial or a lecture! It is about having real people with real issues find resolutions. Come one, come all and benefit from those around you and if you just fancy coming along to listen, well at least there will be pizza and drinks as usual!

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Coding Dojo at Software Crafters North

After a short intro, we’ll get into groups/pairs or work solo, whatever people feel most comfortable with, and start building. You choose how you want to work and what language you want to code in. This session is about collaborating with others, becoming a better developer and building your network, in a fun, relaxed environment. Once again, we'll be sharing ideas, discussing best practices and using this as an opportunity to learn from our fellow SCN coders. There's no need to have attended a previous session so, if you're free, come along.

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Clojure Data Structure

We are going to keep moving forward in our journey to improve our skills with Clojure. Agenda: Lists, Vectors, Maps, Sets Applying functions to data You will be able to go deeper in the next sessions that we have prepared. Stay tuned for dates. In English By Mashooq Badar, Software Craftsman and cofounder at Codurance. In collaboration with Software Crafters Madrid. To stay in the loop subscribe to our newsletter

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Solving a Kata in the REPL

We are going to keep moving forward in our journey to improve our skills with Clojure. Agenda: Using the reply to experiment Creating a main function to run Solving a simple Kata You will be able to go deeper in the next sessions that we have prepared. Stay tuned for dates. In English By Mashooq Badar, Software Craftsman and cofounder at Codurance. In collaboration with Software Crafters Madrid. To stay in the loop subscribe to our newsletter

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TDD in Clojure

We are going to keep moving forward in our journey to improve our skills with Clojure. Agenda: Running Tests with Lieningen Writing your first test Test driving the simple kata In English By Mashooq Badar, Software Craftsman and Co-Founder of Codurance. In collaboration with Software Crafters Madrid. To stay in the loop subscribe to our newsletter

Videos

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Too much to learn too little time

One of the biggest questions we ask ourselves when it comes to helping a team through technical coaching is: where do we start our work? In this session, José E. Rodríguez Huerta, Technical Coach at Codurance Spain, talked about the most common technical topics a coach encounters and what are some of the most common problems that they fix. We specifically focused on how to approach teaching the team to make sure we get the return on investment we are after as soon as possible.

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Fireside Chat #48: The cult of the hero programmer

This episode will cover the cult of the hero programmer. Some of the questions they'll look to cover if there's enough time: - What is a hero programmer? - What kind of culture breeds this personality?

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Fireside Chat #47: Are technical and business stories a false dichotomy?

Many development teams struggle with the balance between business and technical stories. They often struggle to describe the business value of technical tasks and user centric features tend to be prioritised. In this episode, Codurance MDs José, Mash and Sandro will discuss how to resolve this pseudo-dichotomy.

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Clojure and the Functional Paradigm

During this second session about Clojure, Mashooq Badar, Software Craftsman and Co-Founder of Codurance, explained the essentials to help you improve your skills with Clojure. In this workshop we examined the following elements: - What is the Functional Paradigm - Immutability and Higher-Order functions - Maintaining State You will be able to go deeper in the next sessions that we have prepared. So stay tuned for dates! If you'd like to practise on your own, feel free to check out the clojure.set we worked on during the talk: https://clojuredocs.org/clojure.set/union We would like to thank Software Crafters Madrid for collaborating with us in this circuit.

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