Everyone knows about Photoshop but how many knows what goes on behind the scenes? Women Who Code Singapore hosted a 2-part workshop last month at Titansoft, to introduce the basic ins and outs of Image Processing (using computer algorithms to process digital images) using the Python programming language. Part 1 was a class on the theory of image processing, while Part 2’s hands-on workshop gave junior developers a try at picking up a few tricks.
We thought about writing a 500 word recap on the workshop, but decided to go with the other option – what better way to recap a workshop on Image Processing, than with a photo blog post? After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. So cliché but so true. 😉
How often do we start something with fervor but neglect to monitor the progress or even feel baffled when the project fails? We have built up a few Communities of Practice (CoP) like TiQuality and other technical communities. But how well are we doing? Getting up close with Bas Vodde, creator of LeSS framework during the Agile Tour 2015 brought us some insights on how we can improve our CoPs.
Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes at a CoP? You might have a burning desire to set up a CoP, wondered about the process behind or the preparation involved. Not sure where to start? Well, learn from TiQuality!
#1: CoP is all about passion
Are you a product developer, designer, editor, engineer or in HR? It does not matter because CoP (Community of Practice) is for everyone! This platform allows individuals from cross-functional teams to voluntarily come together for collaborative learning because of their passion or interest in a particular aspect. Continue reading