Last month was a long and productive one. We attended Agent Conference in Dornbirn and contributed to open source. Here it is!
The end of the year was marked by our annual Netgen Winter Meetup and a partnership between Web Summer Camp and Agent Conference. This is what we have been up to in December.
Want to start the year skiing and improving your frontend know-how and end your summer with sun, sea, and web-related workshops? Here is how you can accomplish both!
November was quite special – we announced Web Summer Camp 2017 and went to Web Summit. Want to know more? Read on!
The biggest October news is that we are one year older (and wiser!) now. 14 sounds like a good number, doesn’t it?
Web Summit, Europe’s largest technology marketplace, will be held on November 7-10 in Lisbon with 45 000 attendees expected.
Here at Netgen we design and develop web solutions and build tools for web professionals. We’re looking to expand our team in Zagreb with a PHP developer and we’re looking at you! :) Let’s see why we want you and why you should choose to work with us.
A bit of Web Summer Camp, some conferences, a new teammate, and more make our September great!
Even though the call of the sun and the sea was strong, we weren’t idle during July and August. :) Summer Camp preparations were in full swing, our interns were hard at work, and we announced our new product, Netgen Layouts!
The last monthly report before a summer mini-break brings much news on Web Summer Camp and our other activities and work. Read on!
Netgen Business Day in Amsterdam: Presenting the first version of our layout and block management solution
We have already announced that we will be exhibiting at IBC this September. Now we are announcing a special Netgen Business Day in Amsterdam to take place as a part of the exhibition. The main purpose is to present the first version of our layout and block management solution for eZ Publish, eZ Platform, and Symfony projects in general. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the first demo of a solution you might be using in your projects very soon. :)