On Mon, 28 Apr 2014 21:00:09 +0530
Aditya Patawari <adimania(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Mon, Apr 28, 2014 at 8:39 PM, Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com>
> Two ideas:
> 1. At our weekly meeting each week, we block off 15min and do a
> quick/short session where we talk about a particular application or
> tool and explain how it works, where docs are and what we want to
> do/need help with on it.
> or, if thats too quick/not enough use:
I am not sure how much would I be able to grasp in 15 minutes. It
seems like a very short span of time to me.
Yeah, it would be fast... but it could be enough to spark interest in
working on something and we could provide pointers to how to get more
> 2. Setup bi-weekly/monthly classroom sessions. Longer sessions,
> the same idea of going over a tool/app/thing we want to get help
> on/bring people up to speed on. Or even a workshop/"office hours"
> where we go over specific easyfix tickets or the like.
What if the puppet session happened yesterday and I happened to get
into FI today.
They would be logged... so you could read back and revist them.
How about videos recorded in the office by people who have awesome
experience on certain tools/apps?. Personally I would love that.
We can still have workshops but they could be more hands-on and
focused to get things done (FAD?
Well, I'm not a big fan of video personally, but it's a thought...