Posts regarding Mob programming.
Sticky mob programming
This is an excerpt from and my contribution to the experience reports section of Mob Programming - A Whole Team Approach [https://leanpub.com/mobprogramming] by Woody Zuill and Kevin Meadows. If you want to start mob programming, but don't quite know how, I can highly recommend getting the book!
Much like Agila Sverige [http://agilasverige.se] gave me the opportunity to introduce MittMedia [https://codecoupled.org/2015/11/06/journeyman-mittmedia] to MobProgramming [http://mobprogramming.org], it also opened the door for doing the same at Avanza [https://www.avanza.se], the largest online stock broker in Sweden. Leading up
For an excellent writeup in Swedish from the perspective of the MittMedia development team, see Mathias Nylén's blog post [http://dev.mittmedia.se/team/blogging/lennart/2015/11/05/lennarts-journeyman-tour.html] . Satisifed with the last few adjustments to the presentation, I glanced out of the window at the landscape speeding
A journeyman's photographic guide to mob programming
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
Let me preface this instalment of my journeyman [https://codecoupled.org/2015/05/06/announcing-my-journeymanship] tales by this: if I was living in Gothenburg, I would eagerly spend my working days at Elabs [http://www.elabs.se]. But more importantly, I would want to spend a lot of my free
Kundo can do mob programming
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
A mob of mobs
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
Today at work we tried mob refactoring, which is just like mob programming, but instead of creating new code you refactor existing code. Our goal was mostly to spread knowledge within the group, to even out the knowledge a bit and also practise refactoring. We are lucky enough to have