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Custom game engines and why they (don’t) suck
October 21, 2020, 16:00 - 17:00
This webinar will cover the broad strokes of the game engine’s architecture; what goes into creating a game engine? How do you port it to different hardware? How do you make sure it can be ported when you don’t even know which hardware you’re going to target?
Webinar: A tour of C++20
September 23, 2020, 14:30 -15:30
C++20 came out this year, and with it a lot of exciting new features to help you write more modular, more powerful, and more correct code. In this Webinar, you'll get an overview of the recent additions
Webinar: Market Basket Analysis in Azure Databricks
June 4 2020, kl 13.15
Processing large amounts of data previously required expensive investments in the form of hardware and experts. Databricks has taken the cloud and open source help to lower the threshold. Unlimited data analysis is now available to the masses.
Webinar: Refactoring for testability in C++
May 5 2020, kl 16.00
In this webinar, we are going to talk about hard-to-test patterns in C++ and show how to refactor them. The difficulty, in this context, does **not** lie in the code's inherent complexity.
For example, software that has many branches or tries to solve a problem that needs to follow a set of convoluted business rules will not be examined. In fact, all of the examples are rather simple.
Webinar: Web security - time to take it seriously!
7th April 2020 | kl 13.15
Developing systems without knowledge of web security is just as bad as driving a car without a driver's license. It is important to be familiar with security, both as a developer and for other employees, to know how to best protect your business.
In the webinar we will address some of the security challenges that exist in 2020 and what we can do to prevent intrusion.
Webinar: Data Fetching with Suspense
25th March 2020 | kl 13.15
Did you miss React on tour? We give you a new oppertunity to learn about Suspense och Concurrent Mode.
React on tour
24 - 29 February 2020 | Malmö, Göteborg, Stockholm
As part of our celebration of our 10 years day, we want to take the opportunity and offer you our free React knowledge. Between 24-28 February, 2020 our experts David Waller and Marc Klefter will visit Malmö, Gothenburg and finally Stockholm to give a lecture each. Let us know if you or your team would like to get a free lecture during breakfast, lunch or evening?
How We Built Comma, the Raku IDE, on the IntelliJ Platform
16th January | kl 16-17
React Winter Warmer
28 november | Gothenburg
David will walk us through a series of Redux patterns to help reduce boilerplate and cognitive load. There'll be a fair bit of TypeScript and unit testing in there too.
Lev och led agilt med Management 3.0
21 november | Malmö
To be agile and to lead as a leader without leading is an expression that appears in all industries today. But what does this really mean?
Machine and man - can I trust AI?
9 October 2019 | Malmö
AI is moving into all areas, from finance and medicine to social assistance. How does AI work and how can we humans meet AI to work together? How do we know which are our strengths and what we should hand over to AI?
MalmöJS Meetup - Redux Patterns & ReasonML
1 October 2019 | Malmö
A MalmöJS meetup at Edument's Malmö office! Talks will be given on Redux patterns and ReasonML. Oh, and free food and beer!
What does a website look like behind the scenes? Take part in the everyday life of a web developer
20 september 2019 | Helsingborg
What is it that helps the eye to follow the news feed and how is it just the shirt you are looking at? Nelly Haglund talks about her journey to web developers and gives an insight into changing code directly in the browser.
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