TechNight: Azure DevOps: Het genereren van release notes
TechNight: Azure DevOps: Het genereren van release notes
Sharlon RegalesSharlon Regales30/03/2021

Het schrijven van release notes, iedere keer als je een release doet, is niet echt een taak waar developers of product owners op zitten te wachten.

TechNight: Awesomeness with the JAMStack
TechNight: Awesomeness with the JAMStack
Tijmen van den BosTijmen van den Bos24/03/2021

One of those challenges is that websites aren’t hosted on a single physical location anymore, but anywhere in the world.

TechNight: Perfect Ansible
TechNight: Perfect Ansible
Christa FalkChrista Falk03/11/2020

Last Wednesday, Robert de Bock gave a talk on how to better your Ansible scripts.

Technight: Code quality
Technight: Code quality
Christa FalkChrista Falk16/10/2020

On February 20th 2019 Jarra Schirris gave a -for me- inspiring talk on improving Code Quality at developers.nl. Unfortunately, a large part of the attendees indicated that they missed a clear coherence between the discussed elements, and pointers to how the ideas could be implemented in our everyday practice. For this reason, I will make an attempt to further explain and exemplify Jarra’s ideas in this blog. Additionally, Marc, will give a more practically oriented talk with a life code session.

Technight: Going component-driven
Technight: Going component-driven
Kevin de LangeKevin de Lange07/10/2020

Dit keer spraken Gert Hengeveld en Dylan Sather over toffe dingen. Gert hield een interessant praatje over "going component-driven" met Storybook, terwijl Dylan een toffe demo gaf in Pipedream.

Technight: Services: hoe, wat en waarom?
Technight: Services: hoe, wat en waarom?
Niels KampNiels Kamp06/08/2020

On the 29th of July, our own Ivo van Beek took the stage. He is a backend developer currently working for Logius, where he works on the MijnOverheid platform. He presented an introduction to service buses, in which he explained their role and demonstrated their abilities.