The following workshops have an attendance limit. In the description page of each workshop, there is a description about it, the requirements and the link to enroll at the event.

For more info, check the workshops FAQ.

Unity

 

Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 24, 2014



This workshop will have a brief introduction to Unity, followed by a "hands-on" where we will prototype a basic "first-person shooter".


iOS on Rails

From web to mobile: Ruby chapter (1st part)


Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 24, 2014

 

First of two workshop will give you the tools for fast development of web and mobile applications.


iOS on Rails

From web to mobile: iOS chapter (2nd part)


Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 25, 2014

Second of two workshop will give you the tools for fast development of web and mobile applications.


Introduction to musical beat tracking and creative transformations in MATLAB

 

Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 25, 2014

Trainer: Matthew Davies (INESC TEC)


The main focus of the workshop will be to explore how to extract beats from music signals, and then how to use this information for creative manipulation of music.


Microsoft Azure

Developing and testing software in the cloud

 

Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 25, 2014

Trainer: Eduardo Matos (Microsoft Portugal)

What are the application standards that assure scability? How to take advantage of a virtually infinite platform? How to develop and test software in the cloud?


Agile

 

Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 26, 2014

Trainer: Tiago Pascoal (Visual Studio ALM MVP)

What is agile? More importantly than knowing the buzzword, is understanding what it really means and how it can help you achieve YOUR goals.


Your idea can become an international product!


Workshop, 17h20 to 18h40, February 26, 2014

 

Learn how two master thesis originated a product that is now being used by big corporations. Speak with two of the originators, that are now working on the product they helped to create.


Don't be afraid to commit

 

Workshop, 17h30 to 19h00, February 27, 2014

Trainer: João Oliveira (Tutor @ Thinful)

 

A workshop/tutorial for Python/Django developers who would like to contribute more to the projects they use, but need more grounding in some of the tools required.

The workshop will take participants through the complete cycle of identifying a simple issue in a Django or Python project, writing a patch with tests and documentation, and submitting it.


Secure communications with OpenPGP

 

Workshop, 17h30 to 19h00, February 27, 2014


In this workshop we will cover, from scratch, why email is not a secure medium of communication, what are its vulnerabilities and how we can mitigate them.


Node.js Workshop


Workshop, 17h30 to 19h00, February 27, 2014

Trainers: Alan Shaw, Oli Evans, Chris Waring

An introductory workshop to Node.js.


Meteor Workshop

Workshop, 16h20 to 18h20, February 28, 2014

Trainers: Alan Shaw, Oli Evans, Chris Waring

 

A beginner friendly workshop, getting reactive & real-timey with Node, Mongo DB, WebSockets & Meteor magic sauce.