What is Bergen Nerdschool?
Nerdschool is a series of workshop exercises teaching tools and techniques commonly used in real software development. If you are a budding programmer still at school, or just interested in learning some basic programming skills used by developers in real projects, join us! Nerdschool is run by professional developers and we are all looking forwards to seeing you!
When is it and what will I learn?
Workshops are held on tuesdays every 2 weeks. It starts at 17:00 and ends at 20:30.
How do I sign up?
All our events are organized through Meetup, so please sign up and join us there.
Where is it?
We are located in Bergen, Norway. All sessions are held at Høyteknologisenteret, part of UiB. We usually start at 17:00 (and end at 20:30), and if you don't have access to the building, there will be a number on the door with a number you can call and we'll open for you. You don't have to be a student to participate.
Who are the organizers?
All organizers are professional software developers with a passion and deep knowledge of the craft. We want everyone to be as enthustiastic about programming as we are, and we know that there is a steep and daunting learning curve when starting out. That's why we want to show you what we wish we had learned between school and starting our careers.
Erlend works as a consultant at Bouvet Bergen. Erlend is a full-stack web developer with a passion for functional programming.
Karina Ø. Haugen
Karina works as a consultant at Bouvet Bergen. She has a strong interest in good architecture, integration and code quality, and loves to discuss best practices in software development.
Karianne is an experienced developer, tech lead and architect. She is currently the head of the small web development company Rubynor, where she spends her time making life easier for people. Her primary programming language is Ruby, but she also has experience with Java.
GitHub: Organizer team
Universitetet i Bergen