ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #97 – CyberLabs – Fundamental Tips for Mobile Web Display

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Hello! Today, Senior Front Programmer of CyberLabs, Christian Noel Filemon gave us Fundamental Tips for Mobile Web Display

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10 most important tips! 🙂

 

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We had lots of kids as the audience 🙂

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These little cuties are audience too 😉 ❤

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More tips 🙂

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Link for feedback 🙂

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Us!

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Glad to meet CyberLabs again, we’re going to collaborate on many things very soon 🙂

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ProCodeCG codeMeetUp 27 April 2015 – Full Stack Web Developer

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Today is the turn of CodeinTech CEO, Prayudi Utomo to share about Full Stack Web Developer 🙂 A very useful and interesting topic indeed!

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He can be contacted through these:

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Eventough this CEO is very busy doing various things, including being an important part of ProCodeCG! 🙂

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One of his amazing work is ASCALC:

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And the other most important thing is that he’s been dedicating many times, work and effort to ProCodeCG. Thank you very much, Sir.

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Based on his diverse experience as a programmer/web developer, he shared about this full-stack developer thing that can reduce cost and provide efficient performance especially for start-ups.

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He also showed some codes, and here Pak Budi Rahardjo shows him. This is exactly what ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() initiated for: to do coding jam session, showing off some codes and compare it with others 😀

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And this is us!!! Different faces means different connections and wider opportunities!

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Until next week! 🙂

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp 16 Feb 2015 – Bandung High Tech Valley

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Today the well-known technopreneur rockstar Prof. Budi Rahardjo shared to us about Bandung High Tech Valley (BHTV).

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Bandung, with its science, tech, and creative communities is a conducive place for such thing as Silicon Valley (Notes: if you take a look carefully at the lower left corner there is ProCodeCG as one of creative community 🙂 #important)

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Bandung has LOTS of things to offer:

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Many people did not attend this valuable event, but asking for the presentation slides. Well, sorry to say, you missed a great deal and without sitting it on, you would not get as much as these people came today! 😉

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Thanks to friends from Kampoong Monster, Tinker Games, Media Wave and ITB for joining us. See you next week, we will inform you about the speaker and the topic very soon! 🙂

What uniform does a programmer usually wear?

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Well, we need to explain this because kids are really questioning this, which is a really good thing because they think that being a programmer is a really cool job. Thus, the cool job should have an uniform that should identify and describe it 🙂

Ok kids, this is my best shot: the uniform of a programmer would be jeans and sneakers and a backpack.

Do you have to wear it? No.

Does it make you a programmer? No.

But the jeans, and the sneakers and the backpack are the closest thing to describe a programmer. So you basically can wear anything and become an awesome programmer because the way you dress will not prevent you to be a rockstar programmer 🙂

So our real “uniform” are these, kids: creativity, freedom and determination. As long as you got this, you can be whatever you want. Including to be a programmer 🙂