AgileWorks Romania
28Aug/140

Timisoara Agile Summer Movies – Episode 2 Names++

Hello everyone!

Let's meet and watch Uncle Bob's Clean Code training videos. For those who aren't on holiday yet, or have been, why not take advantage of this summer time and step up a stair on the technical proficiency ladder?

"Uncle Bob" is Robert C. Martin, initiator of the group that created agile software development, and the leading member of the software craftsmanship movement.

His videos teach (and preach) about many great principles that every programmer / tester / engineer / architect should know about. It's easy to learn the syntax of a language, but to actually build something simple and elegant, scalable and efficient, you'll need some extra skills that we're not born with. 

Imobiliare.ro will host this event, one episode every Thursday from 6 PM, as a part of their Imobiliare.ro LABS concept, a framework where innovation and technical evolution are meant to grow freely.


Participation is free of charge. 

See you Thursday! 

Lucian Daniliuc.

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27Aug/140

Code & Beer Cluj

What

The code and beer idea is simple enough: we gather in the evening after work, in a pub, have a beer and write some code. It is a social coding event where you can share ideas with other developers. You can come and leave whenever you want.

The duration of the meeting is two hours, but that does not mean that you cannot stay as much as you want.

Why would you come and join us

Meet-up with other programers 
Work on your own project 
Help others on their projects 
Find someone that might help you on a specific topic 
Pair with someone and learn new things 
Just hang around to talk with people

How

Bring your laptop and some code that you can work on. If you don't have code that think about what you would like to practice during the evening.

There is no predefined agenda. We just meet-up and work on whatever we feel like it. It will be over... when it will be over.

Important

Please specify what you would like to do during the evening by answering the question "what would you like to practice" when registering.

When you know you cannot attend the meeting any more please change your RSVP to NO as soon as possible. Consider this gesture as a sign of respect to other members of this group that might want to attend in your place.

The number of attendees is limited because of the difficulties of finding a big pub and making reservations for a big group.

 

Promoted by IT-Events.RO

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26Aug/140

Code and beer

What

The code and beer idea is simple enough: we gather in the evening after work, in a pub, have a beer and write some code. It is a social coding event where you can share ideas with other developers. You can come and leave whenever you want.

The duration of the meeting is two hours, but that does not mean that you cannot stay as much as you want.

 

Why would you come and join us

Meet-up with other programers
Work on your own project
Help others on their projects
Find someone that might help you on a specific topic
Pair with someone and learn new things
Just hang around to talk with people

 

How

Bring your laptop and some code that you can work on. If you don't have code that think about what you would like to practice during the evening.

There is no predefined agenda. We just meet-up and work on whatever we feel like it. It will be over... when it will be over.

 

Important

Please specify what you would like to do during the evening by answering the question "what would you like to practice" when registering.

When you know you cannot attend the meeting any more please change your RSVP to NO as soon as possible. Consider this gesture as a sign of respect to other members of this group that might want to attend in your place.

The number of attendees is limited because of the difficulties of finding a big pub and making reservations for a big group.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
21Aug/140

Timisoara Agile Summer Movies – Episode 2 Names++

Hello everyone!

Let's meet and watch Uncle Bob's Clean Code training videos. For those who aren't on holiday yet, or have been, why not take advantage of this summer time and step up a stair on the technical proficiency ladder?

"Uncle Bob" is Robert C. Martin, initiator of the group that created agile software development, and the leading member of the software craftsmanship movement.

His videos teach (and preach) about many great principles that every programmer / tester / engineer / architect should know about. It's easy to learn the syntax of a language, but to actually build something simple and elegant, scalable and efficient, you'll need some extra skills that we're not born with. 

Imobiliare.ro will host this event, one episode every Thursday from 6 PM, as a part of their Imobiliare.ro LABS concept, a framework where innovation and technical evolution are meant to grow freely.


Participation is free of charge. 

See you Thursday! 

Lucian Daniliuc.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

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19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments
19Aug/140

AgileWorks Remote Open Space

History

Last year, after the Agile Lean Europe (ALE) conference, Franck Depierre had the idea to start a Remote Open Space to connect the different communities of practice of Europe, in the spirit of the ALE Network. Franck called this concept xALEc, or The Extreme ALE Club.

Inspired by his initiative we initiate the same concept to unite the AgileWorks Romanian groups: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, IașiSibiu, Targu-Mures.

 

Why
You have some questions and you would like to find answers.
You want to share your ideas to others.
You want to be exposed to new ideas
You want to learn new things.
You can e-meet experienced professionals.

 

How
Every two weeks, on Tuesday, we meet at 19:30 (Romanian time) on Google Plus. To attend you need to either open the Google Document and click on the Google Plus Hangout link or you can follow the Twitter tag #awros to see the link to the Google Plus Hangout.

Each attendee makes a short introduction.

We add to this Google Document the topics that we would like to talk about.
We vote the topics we want talk by dot voting on the Google Document.
We chat about the voted topics and we want to keep our ideas on the subject.

After 30 minutes we stop and we draw some conclusions.
We write the conclusions in the Google Document.

We use Twitter to radiate the ideas we have come up with by using the twitter tag #awros

 

In order to attend
You need an internet connection, and a microphone attached to your computer.
You need a Google Plus account.
30 minutes of your time.
Good ideas.

 

More information
About Open Space here.

 

To register

We do not use Meetup, since this is a pan-city event. Please write your details in the Google Document when you want to attend. We need that information in order to create the Google Hangout.

Supported By: Nuanced Media
Filed under: No Comments