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Blogposts and news
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.
Course update: .NET Core 3.x and C# 8
.NET Core 3.0 and C# 8 will be released at the end of September, of course we keep our courses up to date.
Edument talk about Angular and the lure about programming
David Waller and Stephen Lau are speaking att Day of the Programmer.
New courses - SQL and Power BI
Are you new to SQL or would you like to deepen your knowledge in Power BI? Regardless, we now offer new courses.
Edument spreads its knowledge at PerlCon
Today the annual conference PerlCon starts. This year it is held in Riga and Edument's presence is great as three of our developers will speak at the conference.
Priority queues in Java and Python
How do you talk about a "priority queue", a queue data structure where elemens get to "cut in line" if they're important? In this article, we'll compare the (quite different) answers from Java and Python standard libraries.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 1)
This is a guide for you who want to work with document databases. I describe how I got RavenDB to work on a regular Windows Server 16 virtual machine which in turn runs in the Azure cloud.