Friday 28th February, 2014
10:45am to 12:15pm
Created by software consultant Jon Jagger cyber-dojo is the world's simplest non-development environment! In a cyber-dojo you practice by going slower and focusing on improving rather than finishing.
What is cyber-dojo? cyber-dojo is an online browser-based coding dojo. Each group:
Why cyber-dojo? Jon built cyber-dojo to promote deliberate practice of:
Jon strongly believes that if you practice coding using your normal development environment then you are likely to be drawn into an unhelpful "completion" mindset.
Practising in a cyber-dojo helps to combat this tendency since a cyber-dojo is so obviously not your normal development environment!
Practising in a cyber-dojo helps you to concentrate on the practice. Practising in a cyber-dojo helps you concentrate on improvement. Find out more here: http://jonjagger.blogspot.no/p/c.... Read about Cyber-dojo here: http://www.masteringagilepractic.... Try it out here: cyber-dojo.com.
Please Note: Participation in CyberDojo requires a laptop per pair. Please bring your own laptops
Husband, Father, Fisherman, Software Coach-Consultant-Trainer-Enthusiast bio from Twitter
Jon Jagger is 2E years old (hex). He's loved software since he was 10 (dec). He runs his own software consultancy specializing in practice, people, process, agility, test driven development, and complex-adaptive systems-thinking. He built cyber-dojo.com to promote deliberate practice for software developers. He's worked with Accenture, Aviva, Cisco, Ericsson, Friends Provident, HP, Microsoft, Opera, Ordnance Survey, RBS, Reuters, Renault F1, Schlumberger, Tandberg and many many more. If you don't like his work he won't invoice you. He's the ex ECMA TG2 C# convenor. He's the current ACCU conference chairman. He's had some C# books published. He's married to the beautiful Natalie, and proud father of Ellie, Penny and Patrick. He loves freshwater river fishing. He live in Somerset, England. On twitter he's @JonJagger
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