Welcome to Edument
We are the knowledge based company that provides knowledge in the software industry through education, mentoring and concept and product development.
Edument AB was founded in 2010 by Acke Salem and Tore Nestenius. They met for the first time at a conference where they began discussing the lack of services in the development sector that included both education and mentoring. Hence the company name stems from EDUcation and MENTorship.
Today Edument has 32 employees and offices in Helsingborg, Malmö, Gothenburg and Prague. We have educated and mentoring thousands of developers around the world. And been awarded "Årets Gasell" by Dagens Industri three years in a row, as well as being named MästerGasell.
Our goal is to match the lack of skills and mentoring in the software market with high quality. Our courses are designed and delivered by our active developers. In addition to the programs, they work in projects but also mentoring development teams. Our developers also run their own projects. Everything from Open source projects to computer games and VR experiences.
As we are driven to see other grow, we also help companies achieve their development goals by developing concept and product development for their products and ideas. No matter how big or small challenges companies face, if there is an existing product or solely a problem, we have both market knowledge and the best developers to find solutions.
Through a deep market knowledge, a large network of contacts and unique, proprietary training, we can continue to offer our high quality services.
"We see and recognize the knowledge gap within companies and develop tomorrow's trainings and continuously invest in new innovative products and tools."
- Acke Salem, CEO
News & feeds
We launch summer Boot CampRead more
Priority queues in Java and PythonRead more
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How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 1)Read more
This is a guide for you who want to work with document databases. I describe how I got RavenDB to work on a regular Windows Server 16 virtual machine which in turn runs in the Azure cloud.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 2)Read more
A guide in three parts, this is the second part.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 3)Read more
This is a guide in three parts. In this third part, we show how you import a certificate.