Nor(DEV):con 2017 Friday Keynote Speaker: The Technologist’s Guide to Hitchhiking

Are you assessed according to the professional development plan you submitted at last year’s appraisal? Where will you be in five year’s time? Have you ever been hitchhiking? The Technologist’s Guide to Hitchhiking - Seb Rose

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Nor(DEV):con 2017 Friday Keynote Speaker: Are you ready for the coming revolution?

Keynote speaker Russel Winder will carry out a presentation, which will delve into some of the most important and/or obvious issues surrounding this world leading experiment in child education.

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Nor(DEV):con 2017 Saturday Keynote Speaker – From Coda to Code: The SupaPass Journey

Join Norfolk Developers to discover the tech startup story, that began from a bedroom in Norwich with a vision for a more efficient rewarding future for creatives, and has led to a globally recognised tech platform working with artists from major record labels.

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Nor(DEV):con 2017 School conference day

Norfolk Developers are excited to announce their programme for Nor(DEV):con’s schools day, put together by Paul Foster, Microsoft in consultation with many members of faculty from different schools across Norfolk & Norfolk Developers themselves.

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A Review: Test-Driving JavaScript Applications

I wanted to start this review simply with "Wow! Just wow!", but that’s not really going to cut it. It’s true to say that when I first learned that there was going to be a book published called "Test-Driving JavaScript Applications" I was sure it was going to be the book I had been waiting for since at least late 2007 when I was forced to write JavaScript in production for the first time. It’s publication date was pushed back and back, so it really felt like I was being made to wait. However, I wasn’t disappointed and this book was everything I hoped it would be and more.

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