Mob Programming Conference – April 12-13 2018

The third Mob Programming Conference is happening April 12 & 13 at the Microsoft Center in Burlington, MA. I will activate these links as soon as we have the conference website and Eventbrite enabled for 2018: Conference Website Eventbrite Registration I’m really excited to be working with Nancy Van Schooenderwoert and Llewellyn Falco to organize this …

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Mob Programming Conference – April 6-7 2017

The second Mob Programming Conference is happening April 6 & 7 at the Microsoft NERD Center at MIT in Cambridge MA. Here are links to the conference website and Eventbrite: Conference Website  Eventbrite Registration I’m really excited to be working with Nancy Van Schooenderwoert and Llewellyn Falco to organize this gathering. Learn by Doing Mob Programming is …

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Mob Programming Book

The Mob Programming Book by Kevin Meadows and myself is available from Leanpub. Here is a link:  https://leanpub.com/mobprogramming “All the brilliant minds working together on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, and at the same computer” – We call it “Mob Programming”. With dual projectors, one computer, two keyboards, and …

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Mob Programming Conference – May 1 and 2, 2016

The first Mob Programming Conference is happening May 1 & 2 at the Microsoft NERD Center at MIT in Cambridge MA. Here are links to the conference website and Eventbrite: Conference Website Eventbrite Registration I’m really excited to be working with Nancy Van Schooenderwoert and Llewellyn Falco to organize this gathering. Learn by Doing Mob Programming is …

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Hyper Teams

By Jason Kerney Humans are notoriously bad at multitasking. Development is a complex undertaking that requires true multi-threading of tasks which all have interdependencies. A developer needs to balance architecting a solution, writing code, managing cross-project dependencies, and maintaining previous projects. Circling around actual development are issues of ensuring that requirements are correct, updating documents, …

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MobProgramming Workshop at Tagged in SF

What: Learn about Agile and Extreme Programming using a Mob Programming approach, With Woody Zuill. When: Thursday, February 6th, 2014 Where: Tagged offices at 848 Battery Street, San Francisco, CA This one day workshop will allow participants to experience a day of Mob Programming. We will share not only the mechanics of how to work together …

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MobProgramming at Oredev

By Woody Zuill I was invited to present our MobProgramming approach at Oredev 2013 in Malmo, Sweden.  It was an exciting and wonderful experience for me (to say the least), and perhaps someday I’ll post about it. Until then, here is a link to a video of the session I presented there about MobProgramming: MobProgramming …

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MobProgramming Agile Workshop

What: Learn about Agile and Extreme Programming using a Mob Programming approach, With Llewellyn Falco and Woody Zuill. When: Saturday, Dec 7, 2013 or Thursday, Dec 12, 2013 Where: San Diego Area (We haven’t chosen the exact location yet…) We are presenting a one day workshop that will allow participants to experience a typical day of …

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Our Mob Programming Team Interviewed on .NET Rocks

We have finally hit the big time!!! Our Mob Programming Team has been interviewed by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell. We had a lot of fun, and want to give a HUGE thank-you to Carl and Richard: THANK YOU!  It was a wonderful experience for us, and we really appreciate the chance to share our …

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Get a good start with mob programming

Author: Per Jansson A Note From Woody: This is a guest article provided by Per Jansson.  It was posted on his blog and he has graciously allowed us to reproduce it here. Here is a link to his blog: http://pichdude.wordpress.com/2013/09/15/get-a-good-start-with-mob-programming/ Thanks Per!!! This is the story about how we in our development team used mob programming …

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Mob Programming Presentation and Dojo Session Video

By Woody Zuill The folks at vNext OC recorded the Mob Programming presentation and session I held at the April 10th 2013 meeting in Newport Beach, California. The video covers the presentation, and the first 20 minutes of the coding dojo part of the session. If you have nothing to do for the next few hours, please …

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Happiness – A Guest Article by Llewellyn Falco

Llewellyn Falco has visited our Mob Programming team many times.  I asked Llewellyn if he could write a guest article for us about his experience with Mob Programming, and here it is.  Thanks Llewellyn! I have had a different experience. I sat with a team that was happy, joyful even. They were hopeful, energetic and …

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Jim McCarthy Visits The Mob

McCarthy Bootcamp This week Jim and Michele McCarthy brought the McCarthy Bootcamp to San Diego (with the help of the amazing Erik Meade, and perhaps a few other local Agilists). This post isn’t about the Bootcamp or the Core Protocol – which are well worth reading about and experiencing.  You can learn more about these and …

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Failure to Communicate

Individuals Individuals are pretty much the smallest chunk of humanity available for doing software development, and  probably for a lot of other things too. Individuals are a key part of software development. Regardless of what we disagree about, we can hopefully agree that at some point an individual has to do something, or we end up with no …

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