We are pleased to announce that Norfolk Developers Business (NorDevBiz!) is making a return. Our second evening meeting will be on Monday 3rd of July 2017 at the Library Restaurant in Norwich at 7.30pm.
This workshop aims to provide participants with solid knowledge, which includes: an overview of the Azure services, the goals and objectives behind each service and how Azure can help to improve your web and mobile development solution.
Node.js the Right Way is a fantastic little book. It gives a useful and practical overview of writing Node.js server side applications.
Choosing the right programming language for a piece of software is as important as choosing a hammer to knock in a nail, a flat headed screw driver for a flat headed screw and a cross headed screwdriver for cross headed screw.
Contracts might seem like something only big business needs, and many small companies work without them, but if your work is important to you, it is vital to have a contract in place.
After receiving such a positive response to the Norfolk Developers magazines at each conference, we’ve decided to release a magazine outside of it. We’re asking for your suggestions and contributions for our first issue due for release in September. This first issue will be focused around different aspects of A.I.
Cyber security is a topic that is on everyone’s minds this month, and if you follow the news it will be obvious why (and if you don’t, see our previous blog posts!). On May 18th I attended the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce’s Cyber Security Conference, hosted by Paul Maskall.
People’s barriers start to rise the minute they hear the word ‘sales’. Images of cheap-suited, fast-talking phone drones appear. This figure is outdated however, and the sales training that Naked Element receive couldn’t be further from it.