[LRUG] The codes

Ivan Sanchez s4nchez at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 00:37:07 PDT 2009

  In my experience, it's really hard to agree on a plan or design
before getting started, and it also compromises the practical side of
the dojo, which I believe is the core of the whole thing. People
interpret the problem in different ways and have different approaches
to start tackling it, and learning how to deal with it is also a great

 Normally at the beginning of the dojo I encourage people to keep the
flow. If you don't agree with the design, take your five minutes and
try to change it, but bear in mind you don't want to leave a mess to
the next person. Baby steps in this case is essential. And being able
to influence everyone's thoughts about the solution in your five
minutes is more important than just trying to prove a point, I

Ivan Sanchez

On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 11:10 PM, Brent Snook <brent at fuglylogic.com> wrote:
> 2009/9/10 Jordi Noguera Leon <jordinoguera83 at gmail.com>:
>> So, I think the best way to begin is by defining some guidelines and this
>> implies the first guys won't probably code anything.
> You mean like a plan of attack for the problem? Totally agree, setting
> a direction as a group would be a real help. Still not clear on how to
> manage suggestions for change of direction though, they can be
> distracting for the pair up the front if everyone's going for it at
> once.
> Brent.
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