nor(DEV):con 2019 Call For Speakers Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd February 2019 Kings Centre 63-75 King Street Norwich NR1 1PH nor(DEV):con, the Norfolk Developers Conference is back for 2019 and stronger than ever with new tracks and an updated format. nor(DEV):con is Norfolk and Norwich’s premier and most well attended conference for everyone involved in [...]
WordPress is the world’s best and most popular website builder and this hands-on course takes you through from the basics, including installation and set up, to cover all the most useful features and tools WordPress offers. Whether you already have a site and want to manage it properly or are starting completely from scratch, this is the course for you.
Burkhard will offer a brief tour of the Python language, and some of the features that make it so expressive, easy to use, and appealing in a wide range of fields. After that, he'll look at examples of Python usage in practice, from really small computers (micro:bits) to clouds, from database to web development, and data science to machine learning.
When: Tuesday, April 24, 9:00am to 4:45pm Where: The King's Centre, King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH How much: £75 RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Norfolk-Developers-NorDev/events/248669776/ In this one-day workshop you'll learn the basics of developing web apps with React. We'll gain an overview of what *React* does, and what problems it tries to solve. We'll learn how to use [...]
The East of England is fast becoming a hotbed for expertise and technology in the manufacturing sector. New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering names the region as the third largest cluster in the UK for composites alone. Our once primarily rural area now holds a large stake in tertiary manufacturing also, making East Anglia, or [...]
The question we get asked the second1 most when speaking to clients and potential clients is “how much will my bespoke software cost to build?” [...]
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.
Algorithms are everywhere. Our children are even taught about them at school, but have you ever found yourself wondering what an algorithm actually is? Maybe you’ve thought they’re something used by computers and created by computer programmers, but don’t really know what they are?
I’d like to introduce you to a little piece of code. If, as an experienced developer, you’ve had an interview with me, the chances are you’ve been asked to evaluate this piece of code in one form or another