The future is already here - How to achieve modern software development
What does modern software development mean?
Free lunch seminar in collaboration with System Verification.
World’s Best Morning: ”Augmented Reality & Machine Learning”
How did we create an environment and a culture where we take advantage of not only internal innovations but also external, and how does it work?
Angular testing… but faster
For better or worse Angular comes with a very opinionated set of tools. During the evening we’ll discuss Angular front end, try out the Karma setup and then leaving those tools for Jest.
Entrepreneurship & AI
The landscape for entrepreneurship and business establishment has changed significantly. At the same time, the computers are on the understanding of the world and we face a big change. People and machines are more likely to work together, side by side.
How I built a programming language
This is the story of how I implemented my own little language and my own little compiler.
Unlocking everyone’s technological potential - workshop
How can software creation be easy, easily accessible and fun? At this workshop we will show you new, beginner friendly programming environments that you can try out with the guidance of our experts.
Hack the City!
For beginners and experienced coders alike, we'll look at all the information that is available for free to make new web services, from bus schedules to city gardens. We'll start with a small introduction and spend the rest of the evening building a small web project and talk about the future of social cities.
TypeScript and crossing the river
Beer.js - Debugging node.js from docker and multi source API's
We are sponsoring an early summer edition of Beer.js together with "The Community Fund". The event will take place at the Marina hotel in Reykjavik. Stephen will be speaking on "Debugging in Docker"
Introduction to GraphQL - Client Side
A hands-on introduction to GraphQL, the new(ish) query language from Facebook. GraphQL is built around a simple premise: Ask for what you need, and get exactly that, in a predictable format.
Why wait? Creating C++17 polyfills
In this talk we’ll discuss a few of the new C++ 17 features, why we like them, and how we can use them today, even on unsupported platforms. Our examples will come from a recent android augmented reality project, where we took advantage of new C++17 features, even though we where limited to the C++14 version of the standard library.
Avoiding problems with CSS at scale: A look at CSS in JS
Anyone who has ever worked on a large product knows the pain of poorly architected CSS. CSS in JS enforces locally-scoped styles by default, by pulling in only the styles necessary for the component, instead of a whole CSS stylesheet.
News & feeds
Early bird!Read more
Now we have Early Bird prices! Book a course no later than two months before the start of the course and get a 20% discount. It applies to all our scheduled courses.
Edument for Musikhjälpen!Read more
We at Edument will of course contribute to Musikhjälpen and engage us through an auction and welcome everyone at "Swish-julfika" at the office in Helsingborg December 12!
TypeScript generics in a dark castleRead more
In this post we explore TypeScript generics, using an example from the Angular course where the participants get to build their own Dark Castle...
Why do we do this to ourselves?Read more
A couple of weeks ago, we discovered that some dates on our web site were incorrect. Instead of showing the actual date of a course delivery, certain pages would always show today's date...
Today we open our new headquarters, TeknikhubbenRead more
Today we open our new headquarters, Teknikhubben, on Kullagatan in Helsingborg. Here entrepreneurs can get help to realize their business ideas.