Most Coding Dojos follow 2 main formats: Kata and Randori. Both formats try to give as much information as possible to the audience by evolving solutions from scratch. This is great when dealing from Novice to Competent level but tends to get slightly less interesting to people at a higher level. The Kake format goes beyond competent by adding an extra challenge. It increases dynamics by putting people into a more “real” world exercise. Participants deal with unknown code bases and have to evolve from them. This clinic will present the format and initiate a real session with the attendees.