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Agile coding dojo session #1 (2014 07-19)

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Agile coding dojo session #1 (2014 07-19)

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Agile coding dojo session #1 (2014 07-19)

  1. 1. Agenda ● Introduction (15’) ● Best Practices for Agile Developers (45’) ● TDD in Practice - Cyber Dojo (15’) ● Kata #1: Prime Factors (30’) ● Kata #2: Count Coins (60’) ● Lunch + Q&A 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
  2. 2. About Agile Vietnam ● Agile Vietnam is the first non-profit Agile organization in Vietnam dedicated to promote Agile development principles and practices. ● We now have 3 events monthly: o Monthly Coding Dojo: every 3rd Saturday 9AM-2PM monthly, discusses about agile skills for developers, especially in practical. o Monthly Agile Meetup: every last Monday 7PM-9PM monthly, is more basic of agile methodology, Project Owner and Scrum Master roles, sync with PMP ... o Monthly Informal Event: doesn't focus on any specific role in Scrum / Agile (hence informal), but rather focuses on everything around Scrum, the Organization, the non-Scrum Roles, tips and tricks. 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
  3. 3. Upcoming Events ● 24th July (18.30 - 20.30 @WORKSaigon): Informal Meetup: Story Writing Workshop. ● 28th July (18.30 - 20.30 @WORKSaigon): Agile Monthly: The Scrum Master 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
  4. 4. Thanks to Sponsors 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
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  6. 6. Manifesto for Agile Software Development
  7. 7. Manifesto for Software Crafsmanship
  8. 8. 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
  9. 9. Kata #1: Prime Factors (30’) Factorize a positive integer number into its prime factors. For example: 2 -> [2] 3 -> [3] 4 -> [2,2] 6 -> [2,3] 9 -> [3,3] 12 -> [2,2,3] 15 -> [3,5] 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1
  10. 10. Kata #2: Count Coins (60’) There are four types of common coins in US currency: quarters (25 cents) dimes (10 cents) nickels (5 cents) pennies (1 cent) There are 6 ways to make change for 15 cents: A dime and a nickel; A dime and 5 pennies; 3 nickels; 2 nickels and 5 pennies; A nickel and 10 pennies; 15 pennies. How many ways are there to make change for a dollar using these common coins? (1 dollar = 100 cents). 7/19/14 Agile Coding Dojo Session #1

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