#SoCraTesUK, Buzzfeed Edition
People came to beautiful Wotton House, the new venue for SoCraTes UK, from all over Europe.
I'm on my way to LGW! And I have wifi onboard #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/3rUWB7Vykq— Aki Salmi (@rinkkasatiainen) June 2, 2016
The @socrates_uk venue is beautiful. Lot's of interesting discussion for the first night, time to sleep #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/FW6aAEGoec— Emilien Pecoul (@Ouarzy) June 2, 2016
Thanks a lot @codurance for this awesome day @SoCraTes_UK I had a great time! #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/uTnz7fteKn— Ana (@titacelli) June 3, 2016
There were many software people.
Lightning talks at #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/smP7htiVym— SoCraTes UK (@SoCraTes_UK) June 2, 2016
Market place at #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/ZFzjkm3e1f— Sandro Mancuso (@sandromancuso) June 3, 2016
And much food and coffee.
All set up for the first session at #socratesuk. Coffee at room 310 pic.twitter.com/8NhkzxAGUB— Aki Salmi (@rinkkasatiainen) June 2, 2016
The most popular session at #socratesUK was coffee making. Thanks @rinkkasatiainen! pic.twitter.com/izriXVdCuY— Johan Martinsson 🇺🇦 getting rid of ⛽-addiction (@johan_alps) June 4, 2016
Pancake printer! #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/JLGWjIUI0q— Ivan Sanchez (@s4nchez) June 4, 2016
The open space was pretty full.
This is the magic rule - there's almost zero social cost to walking into or out of a conversation. #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/odHbBixV0q— Suzy Hamilton (@suzyhamilton) June 4, 2016
Open space rules at #socratesuk great work by @pr0bablyfine pic.twitter.com/1AmMNxpUF3— Dmitry Kandalov (@dmitrykandalov) June 3, 2016
#socratesuk sessions filling up nicely pic.twitter.com/o0httzglzL— Rachel (@rachelcdavies) June 3, 2016
#SoCraTesUK day one "marketplace": pic.twitter.com/dBmo54LSv0— @[email protected] (@henrik) June 3, 2016
What a weekend at @SoCraTes_UK #socratesuk! Stunning venue, amazing people and awesome sessions! Now back to reality pic.twitter.com/8g4cS5fKSw— AntonyMarcano (@AntonyMarcano) June 6, 2016
I even ran a session, despite sleeping through the announcement.
"hi, I'm Samir" @SamirTalwar did change a lot over night. #socrates pic.twitter.com/xtDZoaaYlz— A 🐺 of ❄️ and 🔥 (@RidingWolf) June 4, 2016
And even when the conference was over, the conversations kept going.
The last session at #socratesuk— Alex Soler Sanandres (@XelamRelos) June 5, 2016
All in all, amazing conference.
#socratesuk pic.twitter.com/owfoxySB8I— Tom Oram (@tomphp) June 6, 2016
My takeaway: it’s not about the code.
A good intro to cognitive dissonance: "Mistakes were made (but not my me)" #socratesuk https://t.co/ijEDlbISJS— Ivan Sanchez (@s4nchez) June 3, 2016
Mindmap of the "Saying I don't know" session #socratesuk https://t.co/puG9A67sUR /cc @stphrolland— Ivan Sanchez (@s4nchez) June 3, 2016
#socratesuk Software Craftsmanship for ... Managers.— Alex Soler Sanandres (@XelamRelos) June 3, 2016
Thank you for your insights. pic.twitter.com/PcP2HcbKXg
OH "real developers Force Push" #stardeveloper #socratesuk— A 🐺 of ❄️ and 🔥 (@RidingWolf) June 4, 2016
Team smells at #socratesuk pic.twitter.com/AwgP9Wm2dT— Callum Rogers (@callumorphism) June 4, 2016
"People who 'just get the coding done' " is a teamsmell. #socratesuk— A 🐺 of ❄️ and 🔥 (@RidingWolf) June 3, 2016
"It's better to give negative feedback than false positives or no feedback at all" @deniseyu21 #socratesuk— Alex Wilson (@pr0bablyfine) June 3, 2016
Thanks for your thoughts about "Leading and Coaching for techies" at #SocratesUK: results https://t.co/dpoafTC2aZ pic.twitter.com/38c5qSY95m— Johan Martinsson 🇺🇦 getting rid of ⛽-addiction (@johan_alps) June 4, 2016
Mentoring session at #socratesuk @SoCraTes_UK pic.twitter.com/1p61ZIzrLf— Daniel Irvine (@danielirvine) June 3, 2016
"Rather than cultivating empathy... maybe we need to find a way to cultivate compassion." Great lightning talk from @bnathyuw. #socratesuk— @[email protected] (@deniseyu21) June 4, 2016
The more I talk to people at #SoCraTesUK, the more I feel that software development is all about empathy. Code is just the medium.— Mastodon: @[email protected] (@SamirTalwar) June 3, 2016
Until next year, folks.
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