Who could forget their first keyboard? The keyboards of yesteryear were heavy, mechanical, and indestructible—in other words, beautiful. These days, most people use flat keyboards, but many of
them miss the good old days when keyboards were bulky and loud.
Over the past few weeks, the development teams at Jimdo had the opportunity to try out various keyboards from Das Keyboard that are designed to enable users to type faster. The company’s keyboards are "built with the highest quality components, including gold-plated mechanical key switches".
Below, we recount the opinions of different members of our team.
Once again we had a visitor in the Jimdo office. This time Tobias ‘@tobstarr’ Schwab honored us with a visit and wanted to share his experience with Docker. At Jimdo we had played around with Docker for a while and tried to combine it with Vagrant and other stuff to make our development a bit more robust. We invited Tobias to talk about his recent experience with Docker.
Due to that fact that Tobias is also a Hamburg resident it was pretty easy to find a time that he could visit us, and he didn’t need much convincing because he had already heard about our chef, Sam, who cooks the most delicious food in Hamburg. So as usual we began this evening with a lunch at “Chez Sam”.
On the 17th of September we had Adam Christian and Sebastian Tiedtke from
Saucelabs visiting us. Saucelabs is well known for their products regarding Quality Assurance, especially integration testing with Selenium.
After we had lunch together they gave three talks: One about Saucelabs in general, Mobile Testing with Appium and Continuous Deployment, which we all recorded for you. After the talks there was time for QA and discussing with Adam and Sebastian.
Adam Christian about Saucelabs
Better late than never, here's Sönkes PuppetConf 2013 Recap.
Yeah, it’s been a while since the last post here. You know, we had a lots of things to do. First of all, there was the release of our awesome iOS App and then there was the summer break where lots of people enjoyed the sun, the clouds or whatever we call summer here in Hamburg.
Secondary, you might have noticed that it has been quite some time since we last wrote about our Jimdo sessions. In April we had @klimpong as a guest speaker, but unfortunately the video Gods weren’t with us so we unfortunately don’t have any recordings. But I want to grab this as a chance to say thank you one more time, to Till '@klimpong' Klampaeckel and easybib for their visit and the insights to devops and all the amazing clound things they do.