Rob and Pete gave a talk last night at SyncNorwich about PANDR, the work we do and the work we'd like to be doing.
One of the product prototypes to leave the PANDR office, Taggart, has been used at two conferences to date: SyncConf and ACCU.
We were right chuffed to be invited to take part in .Net Magazine's 'Build Off' feature.
The first ever CoffeeScript Clinic took place offering learners and pro's alike the opportunity to share their skills and projects.
A massive congratulations are in order for Paul Grenyer and John Fagan who successfully put on Norwich's first (?!) Tech Conference.
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We're closing down The Bake Off. Thanks to all who took part, baked and consumed!
PANDR hosted the first NRUG Open Hack Night last night at the studio on Muspole Street. We had a good attendance and lots of fun and pizza.
You may have noticed by now we're growing a little community around baking within Norwich…
This month at NRUG we'll be holding a language agnostic Open Programming Session at our offices on Muspole Street.
The countdown has begun. It's officially 10 weeks until Rob embarks on his Berlin Marathon attempt.
A small and fun social experiment whereby we deliver cakes to you, in Norwich, for Free!