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Blogposts and news
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 2)
A guide in three parts, this is the second part.
How to install RavenDB on a VM in Azure (step-by-step, part 3)
Part 3 in the guide!
New courses - Azure, Spring Boot och Scala
Now that spring has really started, it is time to release 4 new courses!
Our office in Gothenburg is growing
Meet our latest addition to our Gothenburg office Nils Petzäll - a curious problem solver who is fascinated by the philosophy of programming and sees it as more than just writing code.
Edument appointed MasterGasell
Edument has been named Gasell company for three consecutive years and has also been named MasterGasell, which we are very proud of.
Edument continues to invest in the Startup scene - partner with Connect Sweden
During Eduments nine years, we have accumulated a great deal of experience and deepened and broadened our knowledge. Last autumn we opened our Techhub for entrepreneurs and in 2019 we are also partner with Connect Sweden, an organization that helps entrepreneurs grow.
ASP.NET Core updated to 2.2
In December, version 2.2 of ASP.NET was released and this upgrade contains many exciting news that will make life easier for us developers.
Edument release Comma Community - a free Perl 6 IDE
Today we release Comma - Community and Complete. This means that Perl 6 developers can now take part of Comma as a free version or as paying subscribers depending on one's needs.
New courses this spring
Now we are launching 5 new courses! Machine learning, React, Docker, Scrum or .NET no matter what you want to broaden yourself in, we have it.
Now we have Early Bird prices! Book a course no later than two months before the start of the course and get a 20% discount. It applies to all our scheduled courses.
Edument for Musikhjälpen!
We at Edument will of course contribute to Musikhjälpen and engage us through an auction and welcome everyone at "Swish-julfika" at the office in Helsingborg December 12!
TypeScript generics in a dark castle
In this post we explore TypeScript generics, using an example from the Angular course where the participants get to build their own Dark Castle...