After the Atlassian Roadshow, the next event I attended was just around the corner.
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The Software Engineering Camp 2017 aka #SWEC17 was hosted again in the rooms of method park in Erlangen-Tennenlohe which is the town where I work at e.solutions GmbH, so no big deal traveling. SWEC16 being my first bar camp ever, I had a feeling of coming home. This year all session rooms were named after famous computer scientists – men and women!
Awesome, very creative and some kind of agile food was produced and delivered by Lisa-Marie Boser and her team.
I was really looking forward for a Weisswurst breakfast on Sunday morning and was amazed how good a Weisswurst Burger can taste!
Here You can see a dish of Falafel with Obazda and Onions
Home Made Drinks were offered as well:
- The perfect team / collective fiction
- Personal Knowledge Mastery
- Rest vs. GraphQL
- Paperless office
- Are Scrum Userstories killing Software Engineering?
- How to measure everything
- Who do we think we are? Engineers are people, too!
- Management 3.0 Experience Exchange
- Code Reviews
Some sessions in detail:
The perfect team / collective fiction
My colleague Andreas Tennert talked about Google’s Project Aristotle and the outcome of the research.
Great teams need and offer:
- Psychological Safety
- Structure & Clarity
Personal Knowledge Mastery
Hashtags: Pocket Queue, IFTTT
Management 3.0 Experience Exchange
Dealing with Management 3.0 since a couple of month I wanted to use the opportunity to share some of my experience. Actually quite a few people were interested so I gave a short walk through through the methodology and the mindset. Some nice discussions developed themselves.
As expected this bar camp was again a feast for the stomach and the brain. Big thanks to all organizers who put in a lot of heart and soul again. It was nice to see that more colleagues from e.solutions attended this event this year. Personally I was happy that I could check another item from my bucket list by giving (initiating) a session for the first time ever. It was fun doing so and I’m looking forward to speak about other topics in the future.