On the 14th of December 2013 – the Global Day of Coderetreat was held at Zilverline. I have experience with coderetreats and also organised one at the 7th of january in 2012, and the GDCR12. This time I both hosted and facilitated this event. This means that besides practical stuff I also did the talking which I will explain further in […]
Today I have facilitated the Global Day Coderetreat 2013 in Amsterdam. (this event) and it was awesome. I would like to thank everyone for this experience! Greetings from Amsterdam at Zilverline!
Some time has passed, and I’ve learned new stuff again: Updating a single gem is not done with ‘bundle update <gemname>’ but in fact with ‘bundle update –source <gemname>’. See this post for more info on that. Mailbox (iOS) is a really neat mail program. I really love this ‘remind me later’ stuff which keeps […]
I’ve attended a coderetreat not so long ago in Rotterdam. I have talked about coderetreats before; how they help improve your skills. The most important reason to join coderetreats however is to just have fun. I had a good time! Why don’t you join a coderetreat event nearby and have a good time as well? […]
Recently I posted my opinion about regression. Regression bugs are likely to occur on projects with a lot of legacy code. I consider legacy code as untested code. At the legacy coderetreat we used a small codebase (you can find it here). With that codebase we exercised in sessions to improve the code. The nice […]