May 29, 2017
Software Craftsmanship 2017It's early days, but planning is underway for this year's Software Craftsmanship conference.
Since it returned last year, SC20xx has evolved from a conference where talks were banned, to a conference with no fixed sessions at all. We stripped it down to the bare essentials of what folk said made previous SC conferences fun and worthwhile. Basically, we want a chance to meet likeminded code crafters, socialise, exchange ideas, and - most of all - code.
Instead of scheduled sessions, we'll have the space and the resources needed to tackle interesting and challenging programming projects. Work in pairs, work in groups, work by yourself (although, really, why come all that way to work alone?) Build a bot. Write a tool. Start a tech business. Put your Clean Code skills to the test. It's all good.
SC2017 will be on Saturday Sept 16th, and last year we had events being hosted in London, Manchester, Bristol, Munich and Atlanta, GA. This year, we're hoping for even more hosted events all around the world. It doesn't require much organisation, so drop me a line if you're interested in running one where you are.
Unofficially, the London event is already open for registration (there's a small fee to cover costs - SC2017 is a non-profit event), and more details will be posted soon.
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Posted 16 hours, 19 minutes ago on May 29, 2017