Our technology story starts off in Osnaburg Street in central London at the turn of the century. This was a great team of bold and different creatives. No challenge was too big to take on. Back then there was no multi-stacked team writing microservices delivered via continuous pipelines, a product manager was a factory worker's title.
So what is the process? Well, Google defines it as a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end. Nerds think that “a process is an instance of a computer program that is being executed".
You would be forgiven to think that an internal code camp is an event where the back end team gets to teach rest of the office about code they have been writing, and you are.
This is completely different, so different that I would term it as an evaluation. You see, the whole office is already well versed in this area, but the back end team… well not that much.