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.