…Or how to deal with code quality through Game of Thrones On 11th July we congregated to enjoy the last talk of the summer, from the BADG (Barcelona Android Developer Group) meetup in our eDreams ODIGEO canteen. Even though this Meetup group is Android-oriented, our last talk was more about how to deal with code
Some of us Java-users within eDO had the chance to attend to the latest edition of BCN Java Conf and now it’s time to reflect on our experience. The event was divided into three key areas: Methodologies and processes Cloud and microservices Java world novelties I have to admit straight up – after several years
Whether it’s the vibrant startup scene or the warm climate and cultural appeal, Barcelona is now being hailed as a go-to destination for the tech savvy. According to the latest technology industry trends, Barcelona is still among the top 5 startup and innovation hubs in Europe for 2017. So what makes Barcelona so good at
This year, eDreams ODIGEO had the pleasure of participating, encouraging and supporting some of the most exciting, well-known tech events in Europe: AppsWorld London, Productized Lisbon, Codemotion Madrid, Devoxx Antwerp to name just a few. Apart from that, locally, at our HQ in Barcelona, we have been facilitating several meetups for the local tech community.
The Barcelona Java User Group (JUG) is a very active community and we are lucky to have among us one of their founders (David Villacampa) and one their core members and organizers (Adela Tort). The jBCNConf (http://www.jbcnconf.com/2016/) is the conference organized by the Barcelona JUG and this year was held on 16th to 18th of
Last Thursday 16th of June until Saturday 18th, we attended JBCN Conf, the first big Java and JVM conference in Spain. eDreams ODIGEO was one of the main event sponsors. Over 300 developers attended the conference to listen to tech talks from distinguished speakers, among them, our very own Toni Tassani, Agile Coach, who presented
In the last edition of our Hackathon, over 60 of our colleagues from Madrid, Barcelona, Mallorca and Alicante participated in the 2nd #HackathonODIGEO. The 15 teams spent 24 hours (that’s with no sleep!) developing their innovative ideas to present to the jury. The results of their hard work were extremely impressive and teams can’t wait