Software is about people and we are life-long learners. That is why we frequently attend and organize events in our industry.
A microconference where we bring together smart engineers, designers and entrepreneurs to share how they work.
A meetup for young hackers with a focus on the programming basics and craftsmanship.
We co-founded the Serbian Ruby user group and periodically organize meetups.
We’re happy to announce that we are organizing the first Docker meetup in Novi Sad.
Filip will explain the Docker basics, and show how to run several microservices in separate containers. Igor will explain how Docker compares to other deployment solutions. Finally, Nikola will show how to dockerize an application and publish the Docker image on Docker Hub. See you at Startit Centar!
Igor will share our adventures with Elixir at this year’s BalCCon2k16 conference in Novi Sad, Serbia. He’ll describe the reasons why for some parts of Semaphore’s backend we switched from Ruby to Elixir, and the performance boost we gained by harnessing the power of Erlang’s virtual machine and the OTP platform.
Our cofounder, Marko, is currently at the Abstractions conference in Pittsburgh, PA, where he will be presenting on how to scale up applications, one microservice at a time. He’ll talk about what asynchronous microservices look like in code, what tools we need to adopt in order to deploy them efficiently, and he’ll describe a simple, elegant approach to building software, with the Unix mindset of doing one thing well.
At DockerCon in Seattle we announced the preview release of Semaphore Enterprise, a new product which combines the power of running on-premise CI/CD with the convenience of using a hosted, easy-to-use web UI. Through our partnership with Docker, Semaphore Enterprise is available for download at the brand new Docker Store.
We are partnering with the local Rails Girls team to co-host the third edition of Rails Girls in Novi Sad. Registrations are open until November 22.
We are organizing a Ruby meetup in Novi Sad on Saturday, November 21st at 11:00. The plan is to keep going until lunch.
This event will be in an open conference format. Everybody will have a chance to suggest a topic, all attendees will vote and then we’ll then split in different rooms based on the topics that interest us.
Please RSVP on the link above if you’re planning to attend.
We are organizing the sixth edition of CTRL+FLOW. This time, we will have the pleasure of hearing the talks of our summer interns. Milana and Stefan will be sharing their experience of working at Rendered Text, Nikola and Jovan will share what they’ve learned about TDD and Ruby, and Jelena and Bojan will give their thoughts on using the terminal as a development environment.
Our cofounder Darko is presenting “Microservices and logical reasoning” at a software developer meetup CodingSerbia.
We are happy to support the second edition of Rails Girls Novi Sad with two engineers from our team - Igor and Nemanja — helping as mentors.
We are happy to support the fourth edition of Rails Girls workshop in Belgrade with two engineers from our team - Igor and Nemanja — helping girls learn how to code.
Rendered Text is organizing the first Rendered Text Hackathon, a 24-hour web development challenge for students in Serbia. Five teams will compete in developing a most innovative app given a theme and programming language they will learn on the spot. Applications open from April 17 to May 17.
We are organizing the fifth edition of CTRL+FLOW. We’ll have two talks, one on the use and power of webhooks by Igor and one introduction to testing web applications with Cucumber by Nebojša.
Our cofounder Marko Anastasov will be among the three speakers at a Startit meetup in Novi Sad, where he’ll share some insights from our journey and transition from a consulting to product company.
We are organizing the fourth edition of CTRL+FLOW, as a small meetup for young programmers. Two talks are scheduled: “Create and deploy a web application in 15 minutes” by Marko and “Developing software with heart” by Aleksandar. All free tickets were taken very quickly which made us think what else we could do with this event.
We are partnering up to bring Rails Girls to Novi Sad. It makes us both happy and excited that we are helping bring such a great event to our town for the first time. Our Darko Fabijan and Aleksandar Diklić will also be mentoring at the event. Registrations are open until January 16th.
We are co-organizing NS Tech meetup no. 6. The presentations will feature our cofounder Darko Fabijan who will give a talk “Continuous delivery 101”, and Nebojša Zorić will share some experiences in “How to ruin a project”.
We are happy to support the third edition of Rails Girls workshop in Belgrade, partly as sponsors and more importantly with mentoring — Aleksandar and Rastko will be there to teach attending girls and women the basics of web development with Rails.
We are co-organizing NS Tech meetup no. 5. This is the first event after a brief summer break. Topics are code review and cross-platform game development.
Marko, Aleksandar and Rastko were mentors at a Rails Girls workshop in Belgrade.
We co-organized the third NS Tech meetup.
We co-organized the second NS Tech meetup.
We organized the second CTRL+FLOW meetup, with topics being introductions to Clojure and Go.