We love what we do, and we love sharing what we know. Join us for engaging talks about Software architecture, Web development, Mobile development, QA and more, given by Quantox engineers from Serbia, Macedonia, and Ukraine.
From "How does the Internet work?" to "How to select proper migration strategy?" a lot of knowledge is needed to become a modern backend developer. We will talk about the broad areas of knowledge that are a must have nowadays. During the session we will go through the areas like Internet, OS, Programming Languages, VCS, Hosting, Databases, Message Brokers and many others with some tips and tricks for each of it.
Tailwind is an engine for creating design systems. It is deﬁnitely the most popular UTILITY CSS Library. Use it for rapidly building custom designs.
Some of the most successful tech businesses have been started by engineers, yet the engineer's and the entrepreneur's mindset are quite different and can be conflicting as well. However, the art of using both of them appropriately can provide huge benefits both in a professional career or an entrepreneurial endeavour. We will cover key aspects of the entrepreneurial mindset and key techniques that will help you apply it successfully.
Laravel is awesome. Node is cool. TypeScript is wonderful. But will it blend?
We will talk mostly about docker and docker-compose, docker networking tricks and shareable resources among different services. We'll also discuss tools that could help developers spend more time on coding, and less time worrying about infrastructure.
When doing UI design, the most important things are pixel precision, speed, right color paletes, fonts etc. Photoshop became a tool for all-around graphic jobs, therefore it became more complex. Adobe XD is a new generation tool, and its main purpose is Web and App design. It's more user friendly and very powerful, allowing us to accomplish all kinds of UI tasks.
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This session will cover Deno (https://deno.land) by presenting basic concepts behind it. The session will be covered by several examples of possible real-world Deno usage. We'll cover running a Deno server, creating Deno Rest API endpoints and connecting to a database.
In this fast-paced presentation, we'll talk about a bunch of things you come across when bringing projects from 0 to production - scary things, nice things, and yes, some very obvious things. From design and CSS to devops and databases and real world examples.
The topic of the recruitment process is always different, varied by variables such as who tells the story, what company they represent and what they plan to achieve. We’ll briefly go over our candidate selection procedure and why it’s an important subject for us. There will be mention of the specific nature of our HR department and some quick tips for productive and stress-free communication. And of course, our version of an answer to the most common beginner’s question: “How do I make it in IT”.