Here in Kraków the local community of Python developers meets on Pykonik Meetings. On the last meeting on 11 May 2017, I introduced Test Driven Development and showed how to use it to solve a programming Kata. The talk was recorded and here I share the recording.
In this videocast, I solve Recently Used List Kata (a programming exercise) using Test Driven Development.
How does a good training or course look like? In this post, I’m showing how I conduct workshops.
Feedback after programming workshops is essential to improve them. That’s why serious IT training companies do debriefing and ask delegates to fill in evaluation form.
However, as a trainer, you can do much better. Why do you wait until the end of workshop? Why can’t you ask for feedback during workshops and improve them in real time? In this post, I describe how I create a fast feedback loop at my workshops.
Google Summer of Code is ending. In this post, I sum up what have been done this summer. The main objective was to implement instructor training workflow in AMY.