Author Archives: jpichon

Workshop: Making Your First Contribution to OpenStack (take #2!)

If you were interested in contributing to OpenStack, the open-source cloud infrastructure project, you’re in luck! The workshop on how to make your first contribution to the project will be running again in July. When? Monday, July 14th at 6.45pm, until 10pm or so. Cost? €5 for non-members (with all proceeds going to Tog as […]

Workshop: Making Your First Contribution to OpenStack

Are you interested in learning how to contribute to OpenStack, the open-source cloud infrastructure project? Then you may be interested in attending our upcoming 3-hour hands-on workshop on Saturday the 28th! We will be going through the process of how to make a contribution to OpenStack starting from a DevStack install (further instructions will be […]

PHP + MySQL intensive weekend-class

Hey there eager programmers! Interested in learning a new programming language or in freshening up your rusty skills? Here is your chance! A whole weekend of PHP and MySQL fun is awaiting you. When is all the coding happening, you ask? Friday, 14th of Feb – 7.30pm till 10pm Saturday, 15th of Feb – 1.30pm […]

Mozilla Ireland Event

Tog is proud to be hosting Mozilla Ireland’s first public event this month! Mark your calendars for Friday, November 22nd, from 7pm until around 9:30pm. This event will give insight into Mozilla, the Irish community, Firefox in Irish and Firefox OS, and how to get involved. There will be a few presentations and Q&A. This […]

Workshop: Multithreaded servers in Java

This intermediate workshop will focus on teaching people to build a basic multi-threaded server and learning to work with data in a multi-threaded environment. This will be a very hand-on workshop with an open discussion throughout on different server models, sockets & IO, throughput, threads and data-management. The focus of the workshop is get people […]

Workshop: Your First Ruby on Rails App!

Ruby is the language and Rails is the framework that stopped people yawning at web development, encouraged coders to try and better themselves as developers and is now the first choice for an overwhelming number of startups, as well as lots of forward looking enterprises. In this 3 hour introduction, Declan McGrath (aka @theirishpenguin) from […]