Next BigFuture’s Mob Programming countdown begins today, with a series of articles on Mob Programming, and the topics they cover.
This countdown is part of Next Big Futures’ Mob Programming Week.
This is the first in a series, so check back often for the latest articles.
Today’s article is about the Mob Programming Competition, which has been held at the Microsoft campus since December of 2018.
The program is run by Microsoft’s Mob Programmers group, which is dedicated to teaching students how to program and develop new software.
It is sponsored by Microsoft, and is organized as a community competition.
As you can see from the video above, the competition has been a lot of fun, with over 600 teams competing in the competition.
The competition has also provided an opportunity for us to discuss the issues we are working on, and what we think is the best way to do things.
The main topics covered today are:Mob Programming Countdown – Introduction.
This article discusses the main topics of the competition, and also explains how it was started, the process of developing a project, and how you can participate.
Mob Programming Contest Rules and Regulations.
This document details the rules of the Mob Programmer Competition.
The article also explains some of the challenges faced by the Mob Developers group during the competition; these include finding developers, finding developers who understand Mob programming, and managing their teams.