Lecture What’s New in Java 9? on the BGOUG Autumn Seminar

The Autumn Seminar of BGOUG will be held from 17 to 19 November 2017 in Hotel RIU Pravets Resort. On Friday, November 17, from 16:30 to 17:15 in Hall A will be the lecture of Trayan Iliev on “What’s New in Java 9?” Since September 2017, Java 9 is generally […]

IPT starts up a series of company trainings with Angular 4 and TypeScript in autumn 2017

The 5th edition of the IPT course Angular 4 + TypeScript is forthcoming. Those wishing to participate in a Saturday-Sunday edition for individual participants starting on October 14, 2017 may apply from http://iproduct.org/schedule/ The up-to-date version of the Angular Platform offers a unique combination of features and tools that increase […]

IPT Course-Workshop Design of websites with HTML, CSS & WordPress

Welcome to a Saturday-Sunday web design workshop from October 28, 2017. Enrollment from: http://iproduct.org/schedule/ The course Web Design: HTML 5, CSS 3, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap and WordPress opens the way for professional development of the participants as web developers. It is shaped as a series of practical challenges including: conceptualization, […]

See the presentation of the BGOUG Spring Conference June 2017

The presentation of the BGOUG Spring Conference June 2017 is uploaded – Stream Processing with CompletableFuture and Flow in Java 9 by Trayan Iliev В Speacker Deck: https://speakerdeck.com/trayan/stream-processing-with-completablefuture-and-flow-in-java-9 В SlideShare: Stream Processing with CompletableFuture and Flow in Java 9 from Trayan Iliev Description: Stream based data / event / message […]

Presentation NGRX Apps in Depth – Reselect/RxJS, Router, IndexedDB, @Effects

Trayan Iliev from IPT will deliver a presentation about NGRX to Angular Sofia group. The June meeting of the group will be held on June 15, 2017 at 19:00 in Coworking space by Puzl. The presentation will be focused on integration between Angular, NGRX, component libraries and supporting technologies, necessary […]

Trayan Iliev’s Lecture during the BGOUG Spring Seminar

The Spring Seminar of Bulgarian ORACLE User Group will be held from 2 to 4 June 2017 at RIU Pravets Resort Hotel. On June 2, Friday at 10.30 am is a lecture by Trayan Iliev from IPT with a theme Non-blocking Asynchronous Stream Processing using CompletableFuture and Flow in Java […]

See the presentation from React meeting on May 18

Trayan Iliev’s presentation Using Context, Higher-Order Components and Observables with React passed in a friendly atmosphere on May 18 evening in Puzl CowOrKing. Presentation in SlideShare: https://www.slideshare.net/Trayan_Iliev/react-hocs-context-and-observables The GitHub repositories are: https://github.com/iproduct/demos-and-presentations https://github.com/iproduct/course-node-express-react

Using Context, Higher-Order Components and Observables with React Presentation on May 18

Presentation will discuss the best practices when writing higher order components (HOCs) and will present examples how to migrate from mixins to HOCs following React recommendations. Topics include: maximizing HOC factories composability, using ES7 decorators, wrapping context DI in HOCs, handling async state changes using RxJS Observanels and separation of […]

Presentation Reactive Java Robotics and IoT with Spring Reactor @ DEV.BG

On April 4, 2017 in cosmos coworking camp, Sofia Traian Iliev gave a presentation on „Reactive Java Robotics and IoT with Spring Reactor“.  The organization was from DEV.BG as part of user group community Internet of Things. The program included: 1. Robotics, IoT & Complexity. Domain-Driven Design (DDD). Reactive programming. […]

Angular 2 & TypeScript Course starts on March 26th

The enrollment for the new 4-th edition of IPT Course Angular 2 + TypeScript Web App Development is open. The course is aimed at JavaScript developers with practical experience in building web applications using JavaScript libraries. During the course participants will gain practical experience implementing reusable presentation components with Angular 2 […]