The shortest month of the year has 8 arms this time! It's round 8 for coding leipzig so OCTOcat jumps in. Which translates to: we'd like to learn about version control this time!
It's December and was there something else? Right: not Santa is in front of the house but the chapter of coding leipzig. This time we are guests at Saxonia Systems and we prepare a bunch of talks.
For October coding leipzig returns with a chapter on "fullstack web development". This time we're teaming up with the freshly founded WMN (Was mit Networking - https://www.meetup.com/WMN-Was-mit-Networking/) network group and therefore we've explicitly encouraged female speakers to propose talks to our meetup.
What's a better thing to do on summer weekends than counting sand grains at the baltic sea or enjoying a lazy day at the lake? Right: Getting your hands "dirty" on code, learn something new, improve your skills, team up with other developers to build something together. That's why we're hosting the very first coding leipzig hackathon for you!
Hooray, it's May! And along the spring fever will arise the next episode of coding leipzig. Without too much seasonal interpretation we're very pleased to announce that we found an industry location host who'll also take care for amenities and delivers a handson Spring Framework / Kotlin talk for this meetup: thank you Jambit (https://www.jambit.com/en/) for making that possible in your new Leipzig office in the very center of the town!!
Leipzig, are you still boiling hot on developer topics? Chapter 4 is just for you, with 3 talks to widen your horizon and learn about the time series database crateDB for real time data analysis, hosting microservices on the PaaS platform.sh and getting a grasp on Go. We're meeting up at Feb 27th 2019 at the famous basislager coworking space in the heart of Leipzig.
It's end of 2018; what a great time for this year's final coding leipzig meetup! We already came up with the where- and whenabouts and here's our result:
coding leipzig - exodus
In the beginning the earth was flat and Leipzig was at its center. Just kidding, good people, of course earth is a sphere.