Details of NYC coderetreat can be found here:
Of the 50 participants that rsvp'ed to the event, about 25 showed up:
We started at 9:30 am and our general plan for the day was the following:
1: get our feet wet and try to understand the problems
2: maybe try something other than 2D array?
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A write up of my thoughts on Dallas' Global Day of Code Retreat can be found here:
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Original post can be found at http://seesparkbox.com/foundry/code_retreat_roundup_github_toolbox
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In Vienna, we had 15 participants (of the 25 that registered).
In the first session, we did not induce any challanges, as expected. But, although I had a very clear plan about which exercises should be done in which session, I needed to change it for the simple reason, that the skill level of the participants varied a lot:
While some still had a problem in understanding GoL after the second
session, others already ping-pong'ed in the first one. Additionally,
Added by Alexander Marek on December 9, 2011 at 7:08am — No Comments
Here are my notes from Global Day of Coderetreat - Beijing:
See you all next year!
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You can find the original blog post here.
I want to share few thoughts about my experience facilitating the Global Day of Coderetreat event in Skopje (Macedonia) (photos available…Continue
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Organizing the event
- I contacted professor at University of Calgary and they willing to sponsor for the event. So my lesson here is you need to know the right people and contact the right people then things will go smoothly for you. We need to sort out the few things like wireless for 20 people, food/beverages, etc ...
- I were worry that we don't get enough interested people. But thanks to COREY and OTHER PREVIOUS ORGANIZERS…Continue
Added by Tony Trung Thanh Vo on December 8, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
My post about the day in Milan.
It was at great experience.
Added by Antonio Lucca on December 8, 2011 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Thank you Corey for that awesome #gdcr11 :)
Here is a post that explains how we had fun at Runroom (Barcelona):
It's in spanish, catalan and english! ;) Watch the video!!!!
Added by Carlos Iglesias on December 7, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
my relation from Cracow 2011 Code Retreat can be found here: http://kaczanowscy.pl/tomek/2011-12/code-retreat-cracow-2011-been-there-done-that
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Here is my blog post on the subject. Enjoy.
Thank you very much to Corey and team.
Added by Carlos Peix on December 6, 2011 at 3:29pm — No Comments
Cross-posted from mikeebert.tumblr.com
On Saturday I joined 30 developers here in Chicago along with 2200 other developers around the world for the Global Day of Code Retreat. It was a day co-founded by Code Academy mentor Corey Haines to help developers grow by pairing up with different people over…Continue
Added by Mike Ebert on December 6, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I have authored a post on my experience in the Global Day of Code Retreat 2011. I cannot repost it here, but it is available on DZone.
Added by Giorgio Sironi on December 6, 2011 at 9:47am — No Comments
Note: This was cross-posted from Coderetreat: A first-time facilitator's view
On Saturday, I helped facilitate the Global Day of Coderetreat 2011 in Pittsburgh. Over 2000 people attended in 90 cities on 6 continents. There were more coderetreat events on this single day than in the combined 3-year history of…Continue
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Here’s what you do. On Saturday morning, at ridiculous o’clock (i.e. around 8), you walk into a room which has a delicious breakfast all laid out. There are some people running about shouting at each other about “sessions” and “calls”, but you ignore them in favour of the sweet pastries, fresh fruit and hot coffee sitting on the counter. When you’re done, you take out your laptop, and someone with a funny haircut floats over to remind you that you should have a test environment set up for…Continue
Added by Samir Talwar on December 5, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Our coderetreat in Indianapolis went very well - exceeded my expectations! Of course, it was my first time doing anything with coderetreat, and it was just me: hosting, facilitating, etc. so I really didn't know what to expect. :)
We had 17 people register for the event, and 13 of them showed up. I highly recommend charging a refundable fee to attend - I think it made a huge difference in helping provide that "psychic weight" for people when it came to attending or not. And on the…Continue
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In Madrid we had an awesome time in this very special day of the Global Day of Coderetreat.
I will blog about the experience sometime soon, but I prepared a video of the event yesterday while relaxing.
I hope you like it!
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