We like pro­jects like this. We like shar­ing know­ledge, prefer­ably hands-on, in work­shops. AppLabo, which is aimed at stu­dents, is one such pro­ject — we’ve been a part­ner in this pro­gram for sev­er­al years. What was the top­ic of the last edition?

AppLabo is a pro­gram­ming course/academy run by West Pom­er­a­ni­an Uni­ver­sity of Tech­no­logy and sup­por­ted by Szcze­cin-based soft­ware houses. The course is inten­ded for stu­dents and teaches how to cre­ate applic­a­tions for the Android envir­on­ment. In this year’s edi­tion, our experts Sebasti­an Wieczorek and Radek Ole­jnik con­duc­ted classes on data stor­age in the Android environment.

In pre­vi­ous years, the classes were in the off­line form. This year, as with most of our pro­jects we had to change the for­mula as the online classes, which was quite a chal­lenge.
The feed­back we received from par­ti­cipants leads us to believe that the con­tent and format of the course reached at least some of the stu­dents, which makes us very happy.

We can­’t wait for the next edi­tion, after all it’s a great change from the cur­rent pro­jects, but also a motiv­a­tion to organ­ize our know­ledge. We can pass it on to young pro­gram­ming adepts in the best pos­sible way in the spir­it of #weknow — after all, some of them will prob­ably end up at Codelab one day — with this hope we said good­bye to the participants.