Running a coderetreat is a challenging, but rewarding endeavour.
We're here to help you to make sure your coderetreat is an inspiring, inclusive and exciting event.
@alastairs presenting how he runs coderetreats
As always in the upcoming weeks for a Global Day Of Coderetreat, we'll host
several live Q&A sessions for facilitators. Make sure you don't miss them by
watching this space and joining
#coderetreat on the
Software Crafters Slack!
If you'd like to host a training session, please get in touch with us.
Recorded training sessions
Hosting Training with Amir
Facilitation Training with Jim
Want your training session listed here? Send us a Pull Request!
Latest episodes of Peter Kofler's podcast for coderetreat facilitators
18: Corey Haines' Cleveland Coderetreat Introduction Part 2 (Jul 27, 2020)
In this episode Corey Haines will introduce you to Coderetreat Day Structure. Using different programming languages. Conway's Game of Life.
17: Preserving energy as facilitator and activities to help switch pairs (Jul 19, 2020)
In this episode I talk about: Preserving my energy as facilitator. Activities to help switch pairs.
16: Corey Haines' Cleveland Coderetreat Introduction Part 1 (Jun 22, 2020)
In this episode Corey Haines will introduce you to: The goal of the Coderetreat The 4 Rules of Simple Design
15: The intro, facilitate forming pairs and difference to a Coding Dojo (Jun 18, 2020)
This episode contains: What to put into the intro for the day? How to facilitate forming pairs? Which are the differences between organizing a Coderetreat and a Coding Dojo night?
14: Alex Bolboaca's Message for Coderetreat Attendees (May 18, 2020)
In this episode Alex Bolboaca will answer the following questions: What makes Coderetreats magical? How to get the most out of a Coderetreat?