**Participants:** BrunoGola , [DaniloSato](/people/DaniloSato) ,
HugoCorbucci , JacquelineMarchetti , LeandroLameiro , MarianaBravo , MarioHCT , RodrigoFlores and RodrigoPimentel
Kata: Fuzzy Time (www.rubyquiz.com/quiz99.html) in Ruby
- : 20:15 ~ 20:30 Choosing and Discussing the Problem (as Usual)
20:30 ~ 22:15 Coding Session
The problem was solved in Ruby with Rspec in a RandoriKata style, switching pairs every 7 minutes. One of the main themes of this meeting was the use of mocks (and rspec’s mocking framework). Many people didn’t know about this concept and it was very helpful to test the collaboration of our object with Ruby’s time and random methods. The problem was solved, as the three main requirements of the problem were implemented. The code is available at groups.google.com/group/dojo_sp/files.
22:15 ~ 22:30 Retrospective
Some of the lessons learned from the session were: a lot of ruby and rspec, specially mocks. Some of the things that could be improved: we decided that the output of a session’s retrospective was usually being lost between meetings. We decided to post here a list of the action items we need to act upon for next week’s session.
Action Items for Next Meeting
Action Item (Responsible)
- Buy more yellow post-its ( HugoCorbucci )
- Buy more napkins ( HugoCorbucci )
- Avoid using “parallel laptops” during the session
- Investigate on Kernel.should_receive
- Ask for food earlier