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Peter Kofler
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Fanatic About Code Quality. Developing Quality Software Developers.
Fanatic About Code Quality. Developing Quality Software Developers.

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Four categories of Architectural Refactoring: Substitute Architectural Decision, Refactor Architectural Structure, Widespread Architectural Change, Other Architectural Changes http://blog.code-cop.org/2018/07/categories-of-architectural-refactoring.html
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Want to try your first steps in Java/JUnit 5 or Python/unittest? See http://blog.code-cop.org/2018/06/xunit-testing-koans-reloaded.html - xUnit Koans are little exercises to help you learn that and unit testing in general. #beginner #firststeps #unittesting
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In the (late) May Coding Dojo, 5th of June, we will focus on Coupling, especially Temporal Coupling and experiment with styles to either avoid it or make it visible and impossible to get it wrong. https://www.softwerkskammer.org/activities/CodingDojoVie20180605 #CodingDojoVie
Coding Dojo Vienna
Coding Dojo Vienna
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CSS Tip for Images Missing "alt" Attribute

I snuck this little CSS gem into a project stylesheet to help the team remember accessibility. 😎
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I wrote about managing the Difficulty of Coding Exercises http://blog.code-cop.org/2017/10/difficulty-of-coding-exercises.html - with ideas from +Martin Klose +Adrian Bolboaca +Houssam Fakih and others. Just in time for the upcoming #GDCR17
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Blogged about "Introducing Code Smells into Code" (by analysing my experience of past ten Brutal Refactoring Games by +Adi Bolboaca) http://blog.code-cop.org/2017/10/introducing-code-smells-into-code.html
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must see. Alex is most experienced facilitator in Europe
This training is for advanced facilitators. Anybody interested in facilitating a Coderetreat is invited to attend, but it is highly recommended if you have facilitated several coderetreats before. This training will be delivered on-line via Google Hangouts. Make sure you will be on-line five minutes before the training starts.

The job of the facilitator is to help participants learn from each other. Facilitators understand the Coderetreat format, choose and explain the constraints, and try to keep a learning atmosphere during the day.

If you're thinking of hosting a Coderetreat, there are separate training sessions for hosts. Learn more about host and facilitator roles at the Coderetreat website:
http://coderetreat.org/pages/hosting/hosts/
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