We pass on what we know

We are developers, but we don’t just live in our own little world. We hold talks and lectures, organize workshops and offer custom-tailored training.

Our workshops

JavaScript workshop

Today the web is much more than just a collection of .html pages: With YouTube, Facebook or Google Maps, it has long turned into a universal multimedia platform. However, even though ever bigger apps are developed using JavaScript, there are only a few out there who really master it. As a programming language similar to C, JavaScript has some surprises in store for novices, such as prototypical inheritance or first-class functions.

Our training is for software developers who already have some programming experience with other languages and would now like to learn JavaScript properly from scratch. With short, practical exercises we'll teach you the best practice regarding callbacks, promises, flow control and asynchronous programming. At the end of day two you will be ready to get started and develop complex, state-of-the-art JavaScript applications.

Lectures and talks

Lectures

For two years, we have been holding regular lectures at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences. These are the subjects we have covered so far:

Talks

We care about sharing our knowledge and one way to do this is by giving talks. Conferences and meetups are an important part of our company culture. They allow us to connect two of our passions: the web and its great community. Below you find our most recent talks.

The bumpy road to Universal JavaScript

Since the mid 90s, developers have struggled to build web applications that can be executed both on the client and the server. And still today, even with Node.js and virtual DOM libraries like React, this can be quite challenging.

In this talk, we'll look at common obstacles and problems that developers face when building this type of web application, including typical performance and security issues. You'll leave the presentation knowing how to build a fast and secure web application that can be rendered on the client and the server.

This talk was given by Johannes Ewald at You Gotta Love Frontend Conference, Kyiv / JSCamp, Barcelona, on May 25, 2018.

HTTP/2

HTTP/2 is not the new kid on the block anymore, but it's still not as widely adopted as one might think. This talk is about the history of HTTP, reasons why HTTP 1.x does not work as well anymore and of course about the architecture and features of HTTP/2.

This talk was given by Michael Jaser at Hochschule Augsburg, Gastvorlesung Web-Technologien, on Apr 12, 2018.

App Strategie - Der Weg zur Nummer Eins (DE)

Wie erreiche ich alle Smartphone-Nutzer? Was zeichnet eine gute App aus? Wie erreiche ich ein hohes Engagement der Nutzer? Wie schaffe ich das nötige Wachstum?

This talk was given by Stephan Batteiger at Forum Digitales Marketing, Nördlingen, on Mar 06, 2018.

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