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NewsBite April 2015

March 30th, 2015 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2015/03/30/newsbite-march-2015/)

 

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Dear Reader,

We have several news items that we would like to share with you. We have plenty of meetup activities and GOTO nights planned for the agenda that you don’t want to miss. The GOTO Amsterdam Schedule is now Live with core Tracks at this year’s event. 5th Keynote is all about Drones ! Additionally we have a new case study from FD to share and our partner elasticsearch changes name and  strategy Elastic: For – You Know, More Than Search Read on to learn more about all of this!

 

THINK COMMUNITY…THINK GIVING BACK…THINK WELIKETOSHARE

At Trifork, we are not only passionate about what we do we are also passionate about giving back. Social responsibility starts with us … together we can make a difference.

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Trifork is pleased to announce it collaboration with Weliketoshare. An online hotel price checker Weliketoshare has launched a new way to donate to charity. A way of donating that costs nothing extra for you. Book from over 700,000 hotels worldwide the cheapest hotel and automatically do something good for the world.Free of charge. Weliketoshare makes this possible, with every booking, we give a fixed portion of our income to charity projects. So choose a project and book your hotel, together we realize beautiful things!

Are you looking for a hotel for business or personal travel? Book your travel arrangements through our Trifork Weliketoshare community page and you too can make a difference!

 

EMPOWERING OUR CUSTOMERS

We are delighted to be able to share with you our customer success story:
Transforming into a digital leader in the field of the financial and economic news.

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My Goto Amsterdam 2014

July 17th, 2014 by
(http://blog.trifork.com/2014/07/17/my-goto-amsterdam-2014/)

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People who have worked with me know I’m a bit of a technical conservative. I’m very wary of quickly adopting the latest fads and trends because I’ve seen the collective hype and the following disillusionment too many times, including software being built with the then-latest-hype framework or platform and a year later being stuck with now-obsolete technology that only the original developers and a handful of other people still have any real experience with.

For the same reason I’ve avoided software tech conferences in the past years. A few visits to conferences several years ago on each occasion left me with feeling that I’d heard a lot about a lot, but that it wasn’t really going to improve my daily software development work.

Luckily, Goto Amsterdam 2014 was different.

Many, if not all, of the talks were relevant to my actual, day to day, software development job. I learned about looking at Agile in a different way. I heard people speak on real life problems being solved with actual, current, widely adopted technology. I even listened to talks that weren’t really that much about software development at all.

So let me walk you through my Goto Friday.

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