Understand the fundamentals of technology to facilitate your everyday communication with developers.
How Not to Make Your Engineer’s Life Completely Terrible
Designers don’t really know how to talk to engineers. They definitely talk to them, but they don’t try to actually relate. It’s part of our job as designers to understand the struggle of a software engineer. Doing so ends up making the process of creating a product more efficient.
Basic tech skills for a Product Manager
Product pitch, mockup, database, user stories. This workshop will give you a simple methodology to precisely define the product you want to build and work efficiently with developers and designers without unnecessary processes or misunderstandings.
Build your website with HTML & CSS
Watch this workshop and explore the world of web development, where Boris Paillard, CEO at Le Wagon, will teach you to code and design your own landing page using HTML and CSS.
API for beginners
During this 2 hour workshop, we'll walk you through what it takes to link different IT systems together thanks to this common tool called an Application Programming Interface (API). We will start off easy, explaining the basics of (web) APIs: what they are, how they work, and why they matter.
Building layouts with flexbox and CSS grids
You have a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS but you want to go further and build rich pages like on Airbnb, Slack or Medium. This workshop is just what you need!
Spotify Engineering Culture (Part 1)
An attempt to describe our engineering culture. This is a journey in progress, not a journey completed, so the video is somewhere between "How Things Are Today" and "How We Want Things To Be".
“Ask the Tech Guy” with Andrew Bodis, The Development Factory
One of the questions that comes up a lot is "how technical does a product manager need to be?" By now you may be familiar with the official PM answer "it depends." Andrew Bodis dives more deeply into this question from the perspective of a highly technical product manager.
HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites
Every day, more and more people want to learn some HTML and CSS. Joining the professional web designers and programmers are new audiences who need to know a little bit of code at work (update a content management system or e-commerce store) and those who want to make their personal blogs more attractive.