During my journeyman travels, I've been increasingly asked to facilitate and participate in mob programming [http://mobprogramming.org] sessions. This has resulted in a growing collection of pictures and recently it struck me that they could be put to good use. There are certainly plenty of check lists and written
This is a retrospective [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Retrospective#Software_development] format that I tried out when facilitating a sprint retrospective at Auctionet [https://auctionet.com/en] during my recent journeyman tour [https://codecoupled.org/journeyman-tour] visit there [https://codecoupled.org/2015/10/14/journeyman-auctionet]. The overarching goal of
Before becoming an official part of Auctionet [https://auctionet.com], there was a development team known as Barsoom [http://www.barsoom.se]. I've known the team for several years now, even before Kim [https://codecoupled.org/author/kim] joined it in 2012. But since before that they've been working one
Summarising the first leg of the journey [https://codecoupled.org/journeyman-tour] was initially less than straightforward. I set out to overcome my own fears of being a one-trick pony, ill-equipped to handle a different job than I've been doing or a different technology stack than I've been using for the
To follow the current tour schedule, see the journeyman tour [https://codecoupled.org/journeyman-tour] page. For all posts related to the tour, see the journeyman tag [https://codecoupled.org/tag/journeyman/] page. I have always been inspired by how Corey Haines set out on a journeyman tour [http://www.techhumans.
As I mentioned in a previous post [https://codecoupled.org/2015/03/19/a-mob-of-mobs], I was invited to facilitate a mob programming [http://mobprogramming.org] session at another company, namely Kundo [http://en.kundo.se/] which is primarily a Python [https://www.python.org] shop. This Wednesday I took some
It's been over a year since I last wrote [https://codecoupled.org/2014/03/03/walking-the-walk/] anything about mob programming [http://mobprogramming.org], but time hasn't stood still. At Mag+ [https://magplus.com] we've continued to use mob programming in various ways and contexts; experimenting with mob sizes of 3-7