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Samen met onze dedicated digital development teams sluiten we ondernemingen aan op de digitale wereld!

Wij zien net als jullie het web als onze tweede habitat en vinden het mooi om kennis te delen. Daarom organiseren we regelmatig meetups bij ons op het hoofdkwartier. Iedereen is welkom (van student tot prof) en de meetups worden geheel door ons verzorgd. Dit betekent: ontmoeten van andere vakgenoten, jezelf ontwikkelen, een hapje eten en bier op onze kosten. Ook hebben we onze eigen Ode aan de Code Racing cup waarbij je kans maakt op een driving experience op het circuit van Zandvoort. En verder vooral ook veel gezelligheid!

We zien je graag bij een van onze meetups, dus word alvast lid! :)

Próximos eventos (3)

Ode aan de Code #15 | Bart MCLeod & Jeroen Rinzema

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Ode aan de Code | Jeroen Rinzema over "Golang" & Bart MCleod over "Maintainable database integration tests" Jeroen Rinzema Jeroen Rinzema is an enthusiastic software developer interested in everything distributed and user behaviour, with experience in Kubernetes, Apache Kafka and Golang. He currently works @2Jours leading the development of the next-gen platform. Outside of work, Jeroen is an active open source contributor working on various projects of various sizes. Before coming back to the Netherlands, Jeroen worked in Norway as a consultant helping companies to streamline their development processes. Follow Jeroen on Github @jeroenrinzema. Description Golang - Simplicity is complicated: IT infrastructures have evolved a lot over the last 10 years, microservices and distributed systems are starting to dominate the industry. These changes opened up the possibility for a new programming language to emerge. Go is a statically typed, compiled language like C++ that at the same time boasts the user-friendliness of dynamically typed, interpreted languages like Python. This talk will give you an introduction to GO and a clear understanding of why it exists with code examples and demos. Bart McCleod "While he spends most of his time programming in PHP and JavaScript, Bart McLeod is originally a painter and sculptor. He currently works as a self-employed coach, developer, writer and speaker. He is the author of the "Zend Framework 1 to 2 Migration Guide". He maintains the vrmlparser project, which allows you to parse VRML 97 and render it with Three.js. Bart holds five Zend Certifications: PHP 4, 5, 5.3, ZF, ZF2. He blogs occasionally at spaceweb.nl and he tweets @bartmcleod." Talk description Maintainable database integration tests With the team of one of my clients we were facing the challenge of writing database integration tests that would be reliable, easy to write and maintain and relatively fast to run. The problem is that data structures change a lot and test code based on fixed data dumps can age quickly, causing a maintenance burden. I found a solution in a way of thinking rather than adopting new software. So without introducing radically new software, we were able to build a database integration test suite that meets our demands. During my talk I will show you a simplified setup using this way of thinking and I'd like to hear what _you_ think of it. 18.00 - Doors open with food 19.00 - Welcome by DIJ 19.05 - Talk with Jeroen Rinzema - Golang (in English) 20.05 - Break 20.15 - Talk with Bart MCleod (in English) 21.15 - Drinks, social talk and time to take place in our playseat for the Ode Aan De Code Racing Cup :-) More information about Ode Aan De Code Racing Cup: https://racingcup.odeaandecode.nl

Ode aan de Code #16 | Norbert de Langen & ..

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18.00 - Doors open with food 19.00 - Welcome by DIJ 19.05 - Talk with Norbert de Langen 20.05 - Break 20.15 - Talk with ?? 21.15 - Drinks, social talk and time to take place in our playseat for the Ode Aan De Code Racing Cup :-) More information about Ode Aan De Code Racing Cup: https://racingcup.odeaandecode.nl

Ode aan de Code #17 | Met Michelangelo van Dam & Gerben Geijteman

Gerben Geijteman - "Using Gitlab CI & Runners for effective code quality." "Recently the focus on delivering high quality PHP code has intensified and this drive has been supported by increasinly effective QA tooling such as AST (Abstract Syntax Tree), use of CI/CD and with tons of community driven tooling. In the search to reduce bugs and to lean how to be a better coder I have been building my ultimate setup in Gitlab which gives me near-instant feedback on the code I'm driving. I want to show you what I learned so far. This talk is aimed at the more advanced PHP programmer with an interest in a sidestep to the DevOps field." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Michelangelo is co-founder and CEO of in2it vof. He’s been working with PHP for over a decade and has become an expert on PHP, Zend Framework & quality assurance. He advises small and midsize businesses, enterprises and governmental institutes on how to improve their codebase. Besides consulting, he gives training courses on PHP, Zend Framework, unit testing and improving quality assurance on PHP projects. Michelangelo is also heavily involved with the PHP community and co-founded PHPBenelux, the PHP user group for Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Besides running this user group, he speaks regularly at PHP conferences around the world. Michelangelo van Dam has been awarded as a Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 2/1/2018 - 7/1/2019. Programm Ode aan de Code | Gerben Geijteman & Michelangelo van Dam 18.00 - Doors open with food 19.00 - Welcome by DIJ 19.05 - Talk with Gerben Geijteman (in English) 20.05 - Short break 20.15 - Talk with Michelangelo van Dam (in English, more info soon) 21.15 - Time for some social talk and drinks!

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