Tag Archive: Romania

Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Mobile, DevOps, Software craftsmanship and more

March 31, 2017

The 5th edition of I T.A.K.E Unconference, the only technology agnostic event in Central and Eastern Europe, is taking place in Bucharest, Romania, 11-12 May. With a line-up of more than 30 international speakers, 6 keynotes, 6 parallel tracks, a technical Open Space and many opportunities for coding, the event brings together top-notch software crafters who lead the change in... Read more

Markus Gärtner talking about Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)

October 15, 2013

Like the “Test Driven Development (TDD)” which involves automated small unit tests guiding corresponding implementation, the “Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)” means to create tests before code, showing the behaviour that the software should have and the stakeholders want. Markus Gärtner is talking about his workshop “Acceptance Test Driven Development”. Check out his talk: Would you... Read more

The Story of the First European Code Retreat

September 19, 2013

It was 2009 when Maria decided to organize the first ever agile conference in Romania, Open Agile Romania. To facilitate the marketing, it was planned as a track of an open source event, eLiberatica, better known at that time. Finding interesting speakers willing to come to Romania, at that time was much harder than expected.... Read more

ALE2013, the last day

September 1, 2013

ALE2013 finished with the most fantastic day. It started with some minutes of wakeup gymnastics. After the speakers introduced their talks, attendees chose between talks on lean startup, continuous improvement, offers and pricing or software design. The offer was very attractive and again we had to choose one talk out of three going on at a... Read more

First day of the unconference ALE2013

August 29, 2013

The first magic day started with the open intro made by the organizers. Jurgen Appelo had the opening keynote about the new organizational structure of the 21st century: the network, not the hierarchy. I realized from his talk that learning through experiments and remembered is the way to improve. After the speakers introduced their talk, it was challenging... Read more

The very last day before ALE2013

August 27, 2013

We are ready for ALE. Are you? I was at Radisson Blu Hotel this evening for the last day of ALE2013 preparations. The venue is ready to receive all the ALE2013 attendees. The organizers, including the Mozaic Work team and the volunteers prepared the unconference rooms with logistic and materials. Everything is in place for... Read more

Software Architecture Stewardship

April 11, 2013

by Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, republished with permission   On agile teams, architects do more than design and implement the interesting tricky bits. They typically balance a wide range of concerns: short-term goals, overall system design integrity, risks versus efforts, design expediency. The successful agile architects I know aren’t ivory tower experts. They take a leadership role... Read more