First Code Driven Development meet-up in Antwerp

Antonio De Marco
28 May 2010
3 Comments
Antonio De Marco
28 May 2010
3 Comments
Antonio De Marco, 28 May 2010 - 3 Comments

First Code Driven Development meet-up in Antwerp

Sharing tips and best practices.

Yesterday night the first "Code Driven Development" meet-up took place at the Krimson office in Antwerp (Belgium). Around 30 people were attending the meeting, most of them to learn more about this new "hype". Nuvole shared its experience in the field presenting "First Steps in Code Driven Development", both an introduction and a collection of tips and examples for a quick start.

For more read our introductory blog post on Code Driven Development.

Straight after the presentation people were participating in an Open Space about the topic.

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(Picture by netsensei)

Nuvole chose the following two sessions:

  • S.O.S. Features: beginner session about features and code driven development where we had the chance to answer people's more specific questions about the flow showcasing real-life examples from Nuvole's projects.
  • Base Features: session focused on features re-usability and followed by a brainstorming about how features should be designed in order to be more extendible and re-usable.

Then time was up and I had a train to catch. Thanks everybody for the great inspiring evening and, especially, to all the Krimson folks for putting this together.

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PieterDC
29 May 2010

Thank you! for sharing this

Thank you! for sharing this

PieterDC, 29 May 2010

Thank you! for sharing this

PieterDC, 29 May 2010
Vincenzo
22 Jun 2010

I've been using the same approach in all my recent projects with Drupal (usually big ones with distributed teams, so...) in order to make the collaborative development actually possible as well as the deployment painless. I was also supposed to present this stuff at the latest DrupalJam in Amsterdam, but then my previous employer kind of prevented that. Well, anyway, it's great to see that also other people have figured out "the way".

Good job guys. Keep it up.

I've been using the same approach in all my recent projects with Drupal (usually big ones with distributed teams, so...) in order to make the collaborative development actually possible as well as the deployment painless. I was also supposed to present this stuff at the latest DrupalJam in Amsterdam, but then my previous employer kind of prevented that. Well, anyway, it's great to see that also other people have figured out "the way".

Good job guys. Keep it up.

Vincenzo, 22 Jun 2010

I've been using the same approach in all my recent projects with Drupal (usually big ones with distributed teams, so...) in order to make the collaborative development actually possible as well as the deployment painless. I was also supposed to present this stuff at the latest DrupalJam in Amsterdam, but then my previous employer kind of prevented that. Well, anyway, it's great to see that also other people have figured out "the way".

Good job guys. Keep it up.

Vincenzo, 22 Jun 2010
Bret
26 Mar 2011

I have seen a few things come up involving krimson. One cool thing is that they offer community days. I love how you guys give back to the community as well. Great group of guys, and I always love seeing and reading about new projects.

I have seen a few things come up involving krimson. One cool thing is that they offer community days. I love how you guys give back to the community as well. Great group of guys, and I always love seeing and reading about new projects.

Bret, 26 Mar 2011

I have seen a few things come up involving krimson. One cool thing is that they offer community days. I love how you guys give back to the community as well. Great group of guys, and I always love seeing and reading about new projects.

Bret, 26 Mar 2011

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