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DevoxxUK: Learning programming through osmosis

  1. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Learning Programming Through Osmosis by Maaret Pyhäjärvi
  2. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Finding Mob Programming From a non-programmer to a programmer through osmosis
  3. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Only tester by profession & only woman in my team
  4. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Testers don’t break the code, they break your illusions about the code. - Adapted from James Bach
  5. @maaretp http://maaretp.com “Women only write comments in code”
  6. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Dislike of programming (Scheme,Assembler, Fortran, C++, C, Java, Pascal, Python, C#, Ruby, Objective C, Swift …)
  7. @maaretp http://maaretp.com There was a need of a change of ideas…
  8. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Teaching Kids in Pairs
  9. @maaretp http://maaretp.com A talk on a strange idea: Mob Programming
  10. @maaretp http://maaretp.com "All the brilliant people working on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, on the same computer." -- Woody Zuill
  11. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Trying it out at office and in meetups
  12. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Mobbing Setup and Roles Driver Navigators Designated Navigator Facilitator
  13. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Strong-Style Navigation “For an idea to go from your head to the computer it must go through someone else’s hands” *http://llewellynfalco.blogspot.fi/2014/06/llewellyns-strong-style-pairing.html
  14. @maaretp http://maaretp.com
  15. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Building psychological safety
  16. @maaretp http://maaretp.com An All-Female Hackathon
  17. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Programming is like writing. Getting started is easy and it takes a lifetime to get good at.
  18. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Lessons Learned Mob Programming Being A Tester in a Mob
  19. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Cognitive Dissonance
  20. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Non-programmer is often still technical
  21. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Polyglot programming teaches culture and courage
  22. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Correcting Mistakes without Egos in Play
  23. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Knowing what is relevant
  24. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Slow allows for thoughtful thinking
  25. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Stealth Exploration
  26. @maaretp http://maaretp.com My Developers Get Exploratory Testing!
  27. @maaretp http://maaretp.com From technical debt to technical assets
  28. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Best ideas win when you care about work over credit
  29. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Do both!
  30. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Best face forward in a group
  31. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Everyone welcome with opt-out
  32. @maaretp http://maaretp.com I had great ideas even if I did not know how to turn them to code – removing the distance is worth the struggle.
  33. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Teaching Exploratory Testing in a Mob
  34. @maaretp http://maaretp.com
  35. @maaretp http://maaretp.com Maaret Pyhäjärvi Email: maaret@iki.fi Twitter: @maaretp Web: maaretp.com Blog: visible-quality.blogspot.fi (please connect with me through Twitter or LinkedIn)
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