Cyber-Duck's first London based Meetup ‘The Digital Pond’ took place this week. The Node.js Showcase was aimed towards the development community, but encouraged anyone in the digital industry to attend.
The evening featured guest speakers who spoke in depth about how they have used Node.js in their projects, as well as providing real life demonstrations.
Cyber-Duck would like to thank all speakers and sponsors of the event which included Couchbase, Clock and Byng Systems.
The Meetup was also the perfect opportunity for us to launch and showcase our latest DuckLab project; Cyber-Duck’s very own Coffee Lottery. The web application is designed to put the fun into coffee making at home or in the office. Users sign into the website using Twitter, before being invited to start a round of Coffee Lottery; participants then have 5 minutes to enter their order before Coffee Lottery randomly selects someone to make the whole lot!
We launched our Cyber-Duck Christmas infographic on Wednesday. The infographic included information on all the ducks as well as our coffee count, countries we have visited and the number of projects we have worked on throughout 2011. Take a look for yourself and share with your friends!
Cyber-Duck are also pleased to welcome on board a new client in Titanium Fire. Titanium Fire specialise in managing advanced SalesForce.com implementation for large corporations around the world, and Cyber-Duck are now tasked with building a new, innovative website for their Sales Force consultancy service as well as integration with Orchestra CMS running off Sales Force.
Neil and Ya Sheng got back from from the Mobile User Experience Conference (MEX) in London at the end of last week and we’ve since had some of the knowledge imparted upon us. MEX is a 2 day event where 100 of the brightest minds in mobile, media & design come together to learn, network and create a collective response to the MEX Pathways. The designer duo were able to attend the event for free as part of the MEX scholarship programme. The scholarship was sponsored by the kind guys at the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network (ICTKTN).
Finally we would like to welcome Ramon Lapenta, the latest front end developer to join our talented bunch. Welcome on board Ramon!