We've been hacking on a bunch of interesting things over last couple of months. We're sure you've been doing the same. Let's get together and see what we can do [...]
We've been hacking on a bunch of interesting things over last couple of months. We're sure you've been doing the same. Let's get together and see what we can do together. We're throwing our doors open for an OpenHack.
We'll talk and write code, have food and drinks together and maybe play an Xbox game or two. To get a feel of how an OpenHack goes at Multunus, watch this video of our internal HackNight.
We also have a few photos from an OpenHackNight we conducted earlier.
This time around, we have folks keen to work on machine learning, functional programming in Clojure and Elixir and even Robotics! Additionally, if you have other cool ideas in stock, we’d love to hear them out and work with you on them!
We have the whole day to meet and discuss with other programmers and hack around on awesome stuff! We’re pretty psyched about the whole thing and can’t wait to meet you in person!
Go ahead and register now: OpenHack @ Multunus! - Registration
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
No. 1316/A, 2nd floor, 9th Cross, JP Nagar 2nd Phase, Bangalore - 560078
CodeRetreat @ Multunus - Let's Solve the Game of LifeMultunus software
For those who know what I am talking about, please go ahead and register here. For those who feel a little puzzled, we suggest you read on: Well, we are [...]
For those who know what I am talking about, please go ahead and register here. For those who feel a little puzzled, we suggest you read on:
Well, we are talking about a CodeRetreat on 28th May 2016 at our Bangalore Office. [A few pictures from CodeRetreats that we had conducted]
During the CodeRetreat, we solve an interesting classical puzzle called Game of Life while following great engineering practices including pair programming and test-driven development (TDD). Register here here before we run out of tickets [limited to 50 participants only]
What’s in it for me if I attend?
1. You get to meet other TDD obsessed geeks like you
2. If you aren’t obsessed with TDD, you get to taste the essence of it
3. You get to eat the famous “Multunus Samosas” 😉
If you haven't bought into the idea yet and need an elaborate description about the event, read on!
What's a CodeRetreat?
A CodeRetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. By providing developers the opportunity to take part in focused practice, away from the pressures of ‘getting things done’, the CodeRetreat format has proven itself to be a highly effective means of skill improvement. Practising the basic principles of modular and object-oriented design, developers can improve their ability to write code that minimizes the cost of change over time.
This is a language-agnostic, pair-programming event. Each session, the pair chooses what language they want to work in. So, no matter what your language of choice is, you are welcome. We practise the fundamentals: TDD and the 4 rules of simple design; these are applicable regardless of language.
We thank Corey Haines for fathering this culture.
1. Length of Session: 45 minutes (5 such sessions throughout the day)
2. Pairs are swapped at the end of each session
3. Your beautiful code must be trashed after each session without leaving any trace (how criminal!)
PS: Last date for registration is 23rd May 2016
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
No. 1316/A, 1st floor, 9th Cross, JP Nagar 2nd Phase, Bangalore - 560078
Leena and Karthik on Impact Mapping @ Agile India 2016Chancery PavilionEvent Organized By: Agile India
One common problem any delivery team struggles is to have a common understanding of "why" a product or feature is being built. The so called "vision" or "goal" usually rests within [...]
One common problem any delivery team struggles is to have a common understanding of "why" a product or feature is being built. The so called "vision" or "goal" usually rests within Product Manager/Owner or any other stakeholder.
This is where Impact Mapping comes into the picture. It is a "Strategic planning technique", defined by Gojko Azdic, explained in the book Impact Mapping. It is a very simple technique based on the idea of "asking the right questions" which are:
The hands on workshop will cover the concepts of Impact Mapping in detail along with exercising the same.
(Wednesday) 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
135, Residency Road, Bengaluru