NiteoWeb attended a Pyramid sprint in Halle, Germany

Gocept, a company based in Halle (Saale), Germany, organized a Pyramid sprint, which lasted from 15th to 17th August 2013. The sprint took place at their headquarters which, by the way, has a lovely garden perfectly suited for relaxation, eating, drinking and development (not necessarily in that order!).

A bunch of NiteoWeb former and present employees took part, too. Despite the fact that Halle is about 10 hours away from Ljubljana if you go by car (quite a long ride indeed!), but it was well worth coming there. Gocept did an excellent job of feeding and entertaining all the sprint participiants and it was a great pleasure to meet Chris McDonough, author of the Pyramid web framework, in person. An interesting and amusing dude I must say.

Happy sprint participants were quite productive and a whole bunch of bug fixes and enhancements have been made – see the wrap up for more details. The only real downside was that the sprint ended so early, three days really passed in the blink of an eye. But hey, isn’t that always the case when you’re having fun?

So Gocept, thanks again for everything and hope to see you in 2014!

Peter Lamut

Peter was one of the original co-founders of Niteo and the main developer on our early projects.

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