Birthday hackathon wants to be a cozy coding event: A day for you to sharpen your skillset without any pressure or jury judging on challenges.We're meeting up in a nice coworking space to hack the day away, get our hands dirty on communication stacks by Twilio, AWS and Slack, and try out something new.
3.times("ho"), dear friends of coding berlin! As 2019's day index approaches its overflow threshold we'd like to invite you to our year's end event classic. Following up 2018's blasting pub quiz session, we're hosting a *community xmas market* for developers and people working in tech to enjoy a networking event on Turbine's terrace above the roofs of Kreuzberg.
content: the first frontier of any meaningful project.
It's blockchain week and this is our contribution: We're happy to open our doors for handson developer talks on everything "decentralized". Our talks are presented by 3 highly innovative projects in the ledger tech universe and are focused on the "what can be used for" aspect. If you ever wondered if you should take care of blockchains, tangles or consensus mechanisms and how you could utilize them for your project / to revolutionize your business / to enable your IoT devices doing something…
coding berlin returns in July with talks on product catalogues in Elasticsearch & Thinking in Vim. Join us for a cozy, relaxed and hopefully warm (note the title) developers' night at Turbine Kreuzberg (thanks for hosting!).
Note: to attend DEV DAY you have to grab yourself a ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/dev-day-2019-berlin-tickets-55522555458 . Find a discount code at the bottom of this announcement:)
March's chapter of coding berlin deals with the new ways to run electronic commerce applications. After 20 years of installing, configuring and hacking into shop systems until they more or less did what has been requested, we have moved on towards "api first" approaches or completely decoupled service components - insiders commonly denote this as "headless" commerce.
Do you also dislike these "Login with..." buttons as much as we do? Why should we allow the internet titans to feed on our usage behaviour when we only want to prove our identity to start a transaction with them? Self sovereign identities can solve that - once and for all. This chapter of coding berlin will deal with these question. Here's the rough agenda (find all the details further down the line)
When days are getting shorter, the nights colder and stores are filling up with gingerbread and cookies, you know that the end is near - of the year. In a time of crowded christmas markets, jingling bells and lunatic shopping sprees, we offer you an evening of pure contemplative coding goodness, of merry nerdiness, a pre-christmas evening for you: developers.
According to our bimonthly schedule we're happy to announce our 5th meetup in 2018. It's going to happen on November, 22nd at the beautiful office of honeypot.io in the far end of Kreuzberg (Schlesische Straße 26, close to U1/U3 Schlesisches Tor, check the Schienenersatzverkehr if you're a metro user ;) ). Doors will be open around 6:30pm and talks will start by 7pm. This time we decided to open up the topic a little; but to make it as remarkable as all recent coding berlin meetups, GraphQL and…
Coding Berliners, you asked, we listened, and here it is. Chapter #4 of 2018's coding berlin meetups is around the corner and it will focus on machine learning.
Next week Turbine Kreuzberg is holding their internal code week TURBINE BREAKOUT where all of their staff members are hacking together for good and try to learn new things + think out of the box. While that event itself obviously isn't public its final presentations will be.
Dear coding berlin members: You asked, we listened and thus the decision has been made: our next meetup addresses the topic “Kubernetes”. It’s pretty clear that K8S, as many abbreviate it, is here to stay and it’s changing the way we work with Continuous Whatever fundamentally.
This event is taking place in Berlin (betahaus) and Faro/Portugal at the same time! We curated a lot of interesting talks by highly skilled speakers on a wider range of development topics for you. Among them: EyeEm's CTO Ramzi Rizk, Liefery's lead dev Tobias Pfeiffer and a Thoughtworks triple on micro frontends on React/Redux.
Ladies and gentlemen, take your seats and hold your breath, since we have found an awesome partner to team up for our next coding berlin session: The Digital Unit by Volkswagen Financial Services will provide space, pretzels and beer for us this time around. And as usual we’re proud to have found the next big hype topic to please your developer braincells: serverless. We’re planning these three splendid talks.
If "blockchain" has hit you as hard as it had hit us, feel lucky now: coding berlin's 1st meetup 2018 is all about that buzzword - just without the bingo but with lots of code.
Dear coding friends,
You heard it right, it’s Meetup time! Join us on November 1st, 2017 for talks about frontend-related tools! Learn about cool technologies for web and app development.
It’s time. We want to invite you to our next meetup on September 20th, 2017. This time, our goal is to go beyond talks that only demonstrate interesting topics. Instead, we want to enable everyone to actively operate the addressed topics either during the presentations or afterwards.