/dev/haag meeting and Gitlab

Last Friday I had the opportunity to go to my first /dev/haag meeting,
It is a really serious and well organized event with well-prepared talks.

The first one was about Reverse Launching and Gitlab, Sytse Sijbrandij
gave us an interesting talk about trying to get feedback even
before starting to ship anything, just feeding discussion about a possible market and checking the interest
of people in that project in case it would came to reality.

The second one was about the beautiful RijksMuseum new website, Elaine Oliver
gave us a talk about how important is to be responsive nowadays and their approach to get it for this site.

The last talk was about a topic I'm concern about, DrWhax tried to immerse us
in the world of cryptography in Internet and told us about the Cryptoparties and a more securized world.

It was interesting to talk about Gitlab and its possibilities with Sytse, I had a really good time there and
I will repeat next time for sure.

I also got some conclusions about what we are missing in Wadobo without a real project of our own,
I think we need to improve that, explore options and try to put more efforts in our projects
and less in consulting.

Javier Aguirre

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