Coderetreat

What is a Coderetreat?

Four developers attending the Coderetreat.
Pairing for the first session
  • Respect each other (This practice can be followed later as well, with everyone)
  • Mutually agree on a language.
  • Use TDD and have passing tests.
  • Write clean and readable code.
  • Avoid duplication.
  • Have small methods and classes.
  • What did you learn from your session?
  • What went well in your session, what didn’t?
  • What will do differently in your next session?
  • No conditionals
  • Immutables only
  • No loops
  • Code swap
Switched pairs for the second session.
  • Delete the code
  • Retrospect
  • Take a break
  • Switch pairs
  • Add another constraint
  • What have you learnt today?
  • What will you do differently in your job from Monday on?

Why we do what we do during the Coderetreat?

But why Coderetreats?

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