Brouwers31-01-2022 4:53 PM
Whether you are a seasoned programmer or learning to code Apps. You have questions, or simply want to be in the environment of other like-minded friends. Join the Coffee coding meetup. This meet up is part of the Appsterdam community. Appsterdam is a volunteer-run, non-profit community which organizes events for App Makers, by App Makers. Appsterdam provide infrastructure to support the app ecosystem with weekly lectures, weekly bar meetups, peer support, tech events and more. Their goal is to bring people together, no matter what background or skill level you possess.
Jacqueline de Gruyter27-01-2022 11:12 AM
It is probably an important choice for many software developers after a number of years of employment: do I stay employed, or do I take a plunge in the deep and start working as a freelancer? Figures from Dutch Bureau of Statistics show that IT specialists are in the top 10 professions with the most freelancers. More than one in five IT professionals is self-employed. Not a big surprise perhaps, you earn more as a freelancer and you get more space to do your work as you see fit. In addition, you can choose projects or clients that appeal to you.
Maike Warner08-12-2021 10:20 AM
Worldwide, millions of developers share their projects with a version control system. As a developer you can choose to share your code or keep it private. The great thing about a version control system is that it is possible to manage different versions and fall back on a previous version if something goes wrong. Sometimes developers make their projects public on purpose, so that other developers can contribute to their project and implement changes. Maybe you like to participate in projects yourself as well. It is also good fun to show your code to the world after all, your code is something to be proud of.
Jacqueline de Gruyter05-08-2021 10:54 AM
App Development in The Netherlands is booming business! So much so that HR-departmenst of app-agencies are having difficulties keeping up with the growth of the industry, resulting in lots of vacancies and not enough highly skilled, experienced app-developers to fill all these positions. App developers from outside of The Netherlands have noticed this too: not only are there plenty of interesting jobs available, the Dutch standard of living and labour circumstances are very attractive too!
Jacqueline de Gruyter13-07-2021 2:23 PM
In The Netherlands we have a thriving app community. Creative events, interesting meetups and great knowledge-sharing platforms, everything is available right here. We thought it would be a good idea to spread the love and share some of the coolest, most interesting ideas and events in this blog.
Jasper Tolsma03-06-2021 4:44 PM
Flutter is an open source, cross platform UI toolkit based on Dart and developed by Google. It’s aim is to speed up the development of apps. Because Dart ‘translates’ to native code for both Android and iOS it significantly cuts back development time compared to building parallel apps in Kotlin (Android) and Swift (iOS).
Jacqueline de Gruyter02-12-2020 4:25 PM
No matter what plans you have for your next step, assignment or job, having a great CV is crucial to getting there. Here at The House of Appril we see lots of really good resumes during the week, but unfortunately also some that could do with some extra attention. Oftentimes, we see CV’s that are on the right track, but could benefit from a couple of really easy hacks. Even as an experienced ‘CV writer’ you can use these hacks. How? In this blog you can read all about hacking your CV. Use them, you only got one chance to make a great first impression. Ask for help Soms zie je door de bomen het bos niet meer, met andere woorden: bepaalde...
Brouwers01-12-2020 12:06 PM
Miss Appril Launches The House of Appril Amsterdam - The House of Appril is a new recruiting agency specialised in native software developers. This new platform is entirely dedicated to connecting app professionals and companies. Firmly rooted in the Dutch app community, The House utilizes their unique ecosystem of knowledge, expertise and jobs to create the best match between professional and company. “With The House of Appril, we aim to connect all professionals involved in the creation of mobile apps: from concept to app store”, says founder Jacqueline de Gruyter. “We do this based on four pillars that organically exist within the company: Our large network, vacancies, our training programmes and our events like the appril festival, meetups and as a partner...