Table of Contents
- TES Remote Coderetreat - A guide on running a remote coderetreat by the engineers at TES
- Invision Remote Coderetreat - A guide on running a remote coderetreat by Philip Borlin of InVision
- Remote Coderetreat 2019 - A Spanish guide on running a remote coderetreat
- meet.jit.si is a free, open-standards-based video conferencing solution that allows for a large number of people to be in the same call. It lacks good moderation tools.
- zoom is a paid for video conferencing solution that offers break-out rooms and can be moderated.
Collaborative Code Editors
- VisualStudio Code, together with Live Share, offers easy collaborative editing, sharing a terminal and even tunneling ports so results can be previewed in realtime. It is our recommendation out of any more sophisticated collaborative IDEs.
A shared document can be helpful for persistent information, e.g. video conferencing rooms, schedules or even retrospectives. Share it with your participants upfront!
- Google Docs offers real-time editing
- Dropbox Paper offers similar real-time editing
- MURAL.co is an (almost) infinite canvas that can be used for coordination, brainstorming, retrospectives and collaboration
- Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) has similar capabilities as MURAL.
- Etherpads are an opensource alternative for collaborative editing.
If you have any experience, please share it with us by submitting a Pull Request for this page