Covid-19 pandemic made us hungry for contact with our team. It was the main reason we organized the integration trip. During that time we were sharing knowledge from the IT world, chilling among nature and eating some grilled sausages.
Let’s start at the very beginning…
One part of our team works remotely, the other part works from our office. We connect with each other by such tools as Slack or Zoom. They help us at work but are not as good as direct communication. We had an integration trip a year ago and our Coditive team has grown since then. What is more we really wanted just to hang out together.
We started the event with the internal training called Dev Day, where we discussed such topics as:
- A pragmatic programmer
- Optimal development based on Gutenberg’s blocks
- WP-CLI custom commands
- Practical use cases of Jira software
- Why components-based development matter
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After internal training, the chillout time among nature has begun. We went to beautiful Istebna village. It’s a place in the mountains, where we could enjoy the silence, surrounding greenery, and picturesque hills.
During our trip we were hiking in the area, watching Euro 2020 Poland – Spain (1: 1), and had a great barbecue time.
The entire trip lasted two days but left us with unforgettable memories and… custom swag – a Coditive branded t-shirt.
Do we plan some more integration trips? Absolutely!