Retrospectives Facilitation Masterclass Taster with Aino Vonge Corry

20 Apr

4:00 pm Online event



** Due to limited available spots please request participation via the link below. **


Join us in this free 1-hour “Retrospectives Facilitation” Masterclass Taster hosted by Trifork’s Java Developer, Ralina Talipova, and led by a retrospectives expert, Aino Vonge Corry. During this session, you’ll be given a practical introduction to the successful execution of retrospectives.

The taster consists of a presentation, hands-on exercise, and Q&A session, and will cover the following topics:

• Introduction to retrospectives
• Patterns & Antipatterns
• Facilitation skills

** All topics and much more are covered in-depth in the 2-day Retrospectives Facilitation Masterclass – **

Date: April 20, 4pm-5pm CEST
Venue/Host: Zoom
Costs: Free of charge
Expert: Aino Vonge Corry
Event Host: Ralina Talipova – Trifork


Aino Corry is a teacher, a technical conference editor and retrospectives facilitator. She holds a masters degree and a ph.d. in computer science. She has 12 years of experience with patterns in software development, and 10+ years’ experience with facilitation of retrospectives. For the past 5 years she has been focused on facilitating the agile journey for several companies in Denmark. She also teaches computer science to teachers, and thus lives up to the name of her company; Metadeveloper. She is always interested in hearing anecdotes about octopuses.

Ralina is a Software Engineer, specialized in backend development. She has been at Trifork since 2019. She has a mathematical educational background and believes that a person’s analytical skills and passion can help them learn and work with any technology.

** Due to limited available spots please request participation via the link below. **

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