Tech workshops at OpenApp

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Every week we see our developers voluntarily get out of bed that little bit earlier to come in before their normal working day to learn and share their knowledge. It's always nice to see the open collaboration and will to learn.

Over the past few months technologies and frameworks covered include:

  • April 18th  d3.js (Data Driven Documents) and Nvd3.js (Reusable charts for D3.js)
  • April 29th Django (Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines) and Test Driven Development 
  • May 1st Bitnami (Allowing easy deployment of applications in the cloud / VM's) and Docker (An open platform to ship and run distributed applications)
  • May 8th Phonegap (Open source framework to create mobile app using standard API's across mutiple platforms)
  • May 14th Django templates (provides a powerful mini-language for defining the user-facing layer of applications)  and Selenium testing (browser testing)
  • May 22nd Sass (Mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language)
  • May 29th AngularJS ( Superheroic Javascipt MVW framework) and Django REST (Flexible tool to build web API's)

Article published by Fiona Aherne, June 26th, 2014. For more information, please contact info@openapp.ie

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