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We celebrate 10 years!
Edument was founded on February 26, 2010, this year we turn 10 years old! Of course we want to celebrate this with you, old as new customers and partners! Throughout February, we will therefore offer our courses at bargain prices and go out on a “Rail show” with our React experts to meet you, our customers!
Course update - React!
The past year offered several innovations within React and its ecosystem, which in a short time has had a major impact. This news will noticeably affect how we work with React in the future.
Best of 2019
With only a few days until Christmas it is time to sum up 2019 and we choose to do so by sharing the best of 2019!
Perl 6 becomes Raku - but what does this mean?
Recently, the Perl 6 team approved a rename of the language to Raku. We sat down with Edument team member Jonathan Worthington to talk about what it means, and what lies ahead.
Now Comotion AB becomes part of the Edument family!
Happy news, Edument continues to grow and becomes partner to Comotion AB. A business that means that we can make the best use of our competences and realize new product ideas together. Both Edument and Comotion carry cutting-edge knowledge in their respective areas, and this collaboration allows us to create entirely new business opportunities.
Now we are expanding our presence in Stockholm
As part of Edument's educational investment and establishment, we are now increasing our presence in Stockholm. When it comes to our business area education, Stockholm has always been one of our largest markets. Previously, our Stockholm market was run through our retailers and external presence, but as of October 15, we present our new regional manager, Patrik Sandqvist.
Two Edumentors release PC game on GOG and Steam in their spare time
Almost 5 years ago, Edumentor Eric Lavesson became curious to see if he could build a game engine. A side project that came to involve e.g. friend and colleague, Mattias Andersen. On October 31, their video game Cathedral will be released on GOG and Steam.
Can I trust the results of an AI?
We are using more and more devices and services that collects data and when we combine this data with Machine Learning we are able to make predictions, sometimes extraordinary predictions. But can I trust the results of an AI?
Exploring the non-nullable type warnings in C# 8
C# 8 will bring us many new exciting features, and personally my favorite feature is the non-nullable type one.
Be involved and influence!
We now have even more courses in our range and want to be able to offer them on schedule. But we need your help! Which of these 6 courses do you want to attend? Submit your interest!
A story about React
The story about how we wrote a story(book) for our React courses.