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.

Lectures and talks


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:


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.

Big-IoT-Learning - Die Zukunft beginnt heute! (DE)

Warum sollte ich auf Big-Data, Internet of Things oder Deap Learning setzen? Woher kommen die Daten? Datenschutz und -sicherheit? Was gibt es für Möglichkeiten? Was sind die ersten Schritte?

This talk was given by Stephan Batteiger at Embedded4You e.V., Würzburg, on Oct 08, 2018.

Webpack deep dive

You are scared of your webpack config and you have no clue what's going on under the hood? Perfect! This talk is for you. You will learn what webpack is, how it works and how to get the most out of it.

This talk was given by Johannes Ewald at Hackerkiste, Augsburg, on Sep 28, 2018.

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.

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