The Jimdo Sessions Episode 11 - AngularJS with Robin Böhm
Time for another episode of The Jimdo Sessions. A few weeks ago, Robin Böhm visited us in our office in Hamburg. He's well known for having written the first German AngularJS book, which is already successful. At this point, we'd also like to thank him for sending us a copy. It's a great introduction to AngularJS, and if you prefer German books over English ones or you are just curious about what Robin has to share, make sure to check it out.
But enough of this, so we invited him to our office to share his thoughts about the expert levels of AngularJS. Because at Jimdo, we already use AngularJS in the latest parts (we will share
details when we have released that thingy). Of course, we also recorded his talk, so you can also enjoy it now. So here you go:
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The Jimdo Sessions Episode 9 - elasticsearch with Alexander Reelsen
Wow, it’s the 9th Jimdo Session already. We came up with this thing really unintentionally, but everyone liked the format so we decided to keep it. For this edition Alexander Reelsen from
Elasticsearch joined us for a Friday, together with his two colleagues, Britta (Machine Learning expert) und Honza (author of The Python Client).
We met him at the Developers Conference Hamburg 2013 and invited him right away to join us for a Jimdo session, since we are always interested in meeting the people behind the products we
Wait for it...a deep dive into Espresso's Idling Resources
(A first draft of this blog post originally appeared on my personal blog: Wait for It…a Deep Dive in Espresso's Idling Resources)
One of the challenges developers have to face when writing UI tests is waiting for asynchronous computations or I/O operations to be completed. In this post I'll describe how I solved that problem using the Espresso testing framework and a few gotchas I learned. I assume you're already familiar with Espresso, so I won't describe the philosophy behind it but instead I'll just focus on how to solve that problem the Espresso way.
The Jimdo Sessions Episode 8 - How Sven Fuchs lost his beard with Mathias Meyer
January was pretty busy from the Jimdo Sessions perspective, as you see we already had two talks and there is yet one more to come. The headline might be a bit misleading, you could rephrase it
as ‘How to make Travis CI a sustainable business’ but you wouldn't have clicked on that one right? In the 2nd week of January, Mathias Meyer from Travis CI just came along with an old friend Till Klampaeckel. First things first: food at ‘Chez Sam’.
We recently started using Travis CI for some of our private repos. As we do for our public repos for quite a long time! In doing so we also came up with a bunch of ideas on how to improve it, and we thought it would be fun for them to come and visit us! Oh and they also bribed us with a bag of their awesome Travis CI coffee. Mathias was also around for the Chef User Group we also hosted that evening, so I asked him to talk about the story of bootstrapping Travis CI.