Week six of Code Chrysalis is over. The highlight of this week was going to Pivotal Labs in Tokyo and getting to learn their style of agile design called Lean XP.
In addition each student also created an MVP* of an application in two days. We started by brainstorming ideas and then each turned an idea into reality. If you are looking for a good book to read check out my MVP app, What The Heck Should I Read. Continue reading
I have now been immersed in full stack software engineering for four weeks at Code Chrysalis. The amount of new information I’ve consumed in the last week is indescribable. I can now say that I am a full stack developer (with limited experience).
Three weeks of Code Chrysalis has also meant three weeks of doing ラジオ体操 (rajio taisō, literally, “radio exercises”). We start each morning going through these simple stretching exercises before we dive into coding. Continue reading
Last week when I entered theCode Chrysalis classroom for the first time I was greeted by a unicorn hanging out in rafters. I have noticed there is more than one unicorn at CC, but this is the first one I saw. And the weird thing is I have worked with this Unicorn before.