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Mob Programming, with TDD and Continuous Integration With Llewellyn Falco and Ryan Lockard

If you think pair programming (2 people on 1 computer) is crazy, hold onto your hats; it’s time for Mob Programming.

Mob Programming: All the brilliant people working on the same thing, at the same time, in the same place, and on the same computer.

Layer on top of mob programming the concepts of writing tests before the code, and continuously building and shipping the project for faster feedback. If this sounds like your type of crazy, this is the workshop for you!

This workshop is an immersive and deep-dive technical exploration of the mob programming, TDD, CI/CD and Lean Startup. This will be a collaborative session where attendees will acquire both lightweight conceptual understanding and in-depth hands-on experience working in these contexts with the facilitators and the other attendees.

A lot of modern teams practice pair programming and others apply mob programming loosely. This workshop intends to extend those understandings to make for stronger team members and drive forward learning and collective code ownership capabilities for the attendees to bring back to their teams at work.

Learning Objectives

Attendees of this course should exit the workshop with the following learnings:

  • What Mob Programming is and how it looks in practice

  • How to apply TDD in a real context within the code

  • How to apply Lean Startup principles in a technical/dynamic context

  • How CI/CD works in a mobbing context

Technical Inventory/Tooling

For awareness, this collaborative workshop will cover technical activities leveraging the following languages and tools, attendees do not need master level skills to gain value from the workshop:

  • Java

  • GitHub

  • Jenkins

  • Docker

  • Kubernetes

  • Plus others


Ryan Lockard is an executive leader, recognized globally for his impact to organizations, teams, and people. He has nearly 20 years experience working in multiple verticals, including; financial services, healthcare, insurance, publishing, media, advertising, retail and others. Ryan is known for his progressive leadership in technologies such as cloud, infrastructure-as-code, design thinking, application development, security and data center migrations.

Ryan is well respected as an international keynote speaker on topics within the cloud, DevOps, DevSecOps, Agile and Lean communities. Many of his talks and written works have been cited in various ways, including a doctoral thesis, various industry association publications and even as part of post-graduate curriculum at a major SEC university.

Ryan currently works as an executive consultant advising the worlds largest, heavily regulated, enterprises on how to securely adopt modern ways of working. As a trusted advisor at the highest level, he has partnered on

A finalist for the 2016 Philadelphia Tech Leader of the Year, Ryan also serves as a coach and mentor to emerging delivery professionals. He was also a member of the Harrisburg University corporate faculty teaching inaugural post-graduate lean/agile courses, and a founding member and former board member of the Agile Uprising.

Llewellyn Falco is an independent agile coach. He discovered strong-style pair programming. He is creator of the open source testing tool ApprovalTests( www.approvaltests.com ). He spends most of his time programming in Java and C# specializing in improving legacy code.He is the co-founder of TeachingKidsProgramming.org & co-author of Mob Programming Guidebook.

If you would like to get a sample of him, check out his Practical Refactoring talk ( https://youtu.be/aWiwDdx_rdo )


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