Upcoming events

Unlocking everyone’s technological potential - workshop

Date: 6 Sep

How can software creation be easy, easily accessible and fun? At this workshop we will show you new, beginner friendly programming environments that you can try out with the guidance of our experts.

    Past events

    Hack the City!

    Date: 29 May

    For beginners and experienced coders alike, we'll look at all the information that is available for free to make new web services, from bus schedules to city gardens. We'll start with a small introduction and spend the rest of the evening building a small web project and talk about the future of social cities.

      TypeScript and crossing the river

      Date: 24 May

      This talk is the story of how I wrote that program in modern  JavaScript, and how halfway through it I realized it would be so much  better if I switched to using TypeScript.

        Beer.js - Debugging node.js from docker and multi source API's

        Date: 26 Apr

        We are sponsoring an early summer edition of Beer.js together with "The Community Fund".  The event will take place at the Marina hotel in Reykjavik. Stephen will be speaking on "Debugging in Docker"

          Javascript 2018 - React vs Angular

          Date: 19 Apr

          In the red corner, championing Angular, is long-time JavaScript evangelist David Waller. His opponent in the blue corner, defending React’s honor, is Carl Mäsak. Throughout the evening, our two combatants will enter into a battle of wits, where the merits and weaknesses of the two frameworks are highlighted.

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          Introduction to GraphQL - Client Side

          Date: 18 Apr

          A hands-on introduction to GraphQL, the new(ish) query language from Facebook. GraphQL is built around a simple premise: Ask for what you need, and get exactly that, in a predictable format.

            Why wait? Creating C++17 polyfills

            Date: 22 Mar

            In this talk we’ll discuss a few of the new C++ 17  features, why we like them, and how we can use them today, even on unsupported platforms. Our examples will come from a recent android  augmented reality project, where we took advantage of new C++17  features, even though we where limited to the C++14 version of the  standard library. 

              Webinar Modern Javascript - 16 March

              Date: 16 Mar

              Webinar: Modern JavaScript - March 16th
              Are you interested in JavaScript? Let yourself be inspired.

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              Avoiding problems with CSS at scale: A look at CSS in JS

              Date: 1 Feb

              Anyone who has ever worked on a large product knows the pain of  poorly architected CSS. CSS in JS enforces locally-scoped styles by  default, by pulling in only the styles necessary for the component, instead of a whole CSS stylesheet.

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                Predicting the upcoming JavaScript season

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                Now we launch Comma

                 Now we are launching the beta version of Comma, an IDE for Perl 6 developers that will streamline their work.  

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                Our view of Vue

                Are React and Angular still the only two responsible choices when selecting a JavaScript framework for the new project, or can Vue now be considered an actual contender also from a business perspective?

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                Configuring CMake for success

                One common question I get on our Advanced C++ course is how the project structure should look, e.g. should I split the source code into multiple directories? How can I introduce unit tests? Should I compile into multiple libraries?

                Each project is unique in what it needs, so in this blog post I’ll go over my general preferred setup and then look at how we adopted it for C++ on Android where we also interface with Kotlin/Java.

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                Working Remotely… Very Remotely

                Does your job let you travel? Do you want it to? Our job does! And we're taking advantage of it!  Read all about our plans for remote work... very remote work.  #waaayoutofoffice

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