In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, we wonder about the possible impacts this virus will have on our daily lives, and consequently on our working conditions.
Something that came to mind almost right away: "What will happen with the development practices that have been implemented recently at Bonitasoft?" We used to regularly see five people from the R&D gathered together in front of a screen. They call it "mob programming.” How does that work today, with the new rules of social distancing?
I asked Julien, one of our developers, to tell me a bit about mob programming, to explain how it worked before, and how it works today. Here’s what I learned.
Each month we ask a new developer to share their experience with Bonita. This month, let's hear from Sebastien from Trycore!
About me and my experience with Bonita
My name is Sebastian Farias and I am a developer at Trycore, in Colombia. I've worked mostly with banking operations and authentication services based on a SOA architecture. The project I was involved in was to manage acquisition loans for one of the biggest banks in Europe.