It’s only four weeks to go until WXG — our annual one day web development & design conference (September 26, G Live, Guildford).
Kyan attended the inaugural Brighton Ruby conference on Monday 21st July 2014. We thought it was a great success. Here is the second part of our report from the day.
It’s safe to say the inaugural Brighton Ruby conference was a great success. Certainly those of us at Kyan unanimously feel that way.
Here is our report from the day.
When I came to Kyan they’d never had an intern before, at first I was a bit worried, will they know what kind of work to give me? or will it just be one of those “be creative” kind of internships? I knew that I could never survive that.
When we started out on the design for the new WXG site (wxg.co.uk) we decided that it was going to have a very stark and spare look-and-feel. We took our pointers from the giants of early 20th century type design and eschewed all ornament or graphics other than those required by the site content, and opted for a high contrast monochromatic palette. A bold statement we thought.
Written in Objective-C, it’s one of the most popular and mature libraries for working with Core Data.
We offered Kyan Towers as a venue for the Surrey Geeks Raspberry Pi and Arduino Jam last night. A meetup open to all levels of hardware enthusiasts to learn, build and share.