We'll be in one of the quieter 'private hire' rooms
Hi fellow Pythonistas,
This month I'd like us to try something a little different.
As a group, we'll select a simple kata exercise (I'll bring some suggestions), and then we can complete it as a co-operative group. We'll each take turns to create a failing test, then making the minimal change to make that test pass. This is a great exercise for stimulating discussion about why, not just how, we do things.
I want to foster an encouraging atmosphere, to make the activity unintimidating and fun, even for anyone still getting up to speed with Python. I think establishing this atmosphere first is the best foundation to allow us to then explore more advanced ideas together, and try competitive activities, without alienating people.