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Computers are used throughout the workshop.  
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Participants need connection to the Internet.
  
  
However, we only need (and want) 1 computer for each 2 students; e.g., if 16 students, then 8 computers. Often, it is possible for students to bring their own laptop.  
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Computers are used throughout the workshop. Each participant must provide their own (presumably) laptop. However, at most, we only need 1 computer for each 2 participants; e.g., if 16 participants, then 8 computers... so if you are coming with a colleague or partner then you can coordinate bringing less laptops.
  
Also, each computer should have 2 displays or monitors. For example, if laptops are used, then one display will be the laptop itself, and a second will be an attached external monitor.
 
  
 
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There is also a chance that the majority of the course will be done in a "mob programming" style, using only 1 of the many laptops at a time as the "driver computer", but over time sharing the code across all the many laptops in the room as each different laptop becomes the "driver computer" over time.
We also need connection to the internet.
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Revision as of 13:49, 12 June 2017

Participants need connection to the Internet.


Computers are used throughout the workshop. Each participant must provide their own (presumably) laptop. However, at most, we only need 1 computer for each 2 participants; e.g., if 16 participants, then 8 computers... so if you are coming with a colleague or partner then you can coordinate bringing less laptops.


There is also a chance that the majority of the course will be done in a "mob programming" style, using only 1 of the many laptops at a time as the "driver computer", but over time sharing the code across all the many laptops in the room as each different laptop becomes the "driver computer" over time.


Software

If Java:

  • Latest release version of Java Runtime (JRE)
  • Latest release version of Eclipse


If C++ or C:

  • whatever tools the people normally use, plus the testing and mocking frameworks advised by the coach
  • we will also consider using Eclipse CDT, as advised by the coach


If C#:

  • Visual Studio in C#