After knowing of JH for some time, Dwayne decided the time was right for him to move from lecturing to Front-end, and that here just had to be the place.
This month sees us on a two-lecture stint at Nottingham Trent University. We're talking to students about careers in Design and Development – trying to give a kind of insider's take on what you really need to do to get on in this industry.
Last night JH had the pleasure of hosting the first of many PHPMinds Nottingham meet-ups. PHP developers from around Nottingham turned up to be enlightened by world class speaker Rob Allan.
Having been invited to go and lecture to design students at New College Nottingham, I accepted without hesitation; seeing it as a chance to learn and grow personally.
Our Designer Chris Bailey gives his take on this year's DiBi - from energising stupid side-projects, to practical 'start-today' tips on making sure your design and builds are totally user-centric.
The messaging app is on the cusp of becoming so much more. We're used to sharing our thoughts, ideas and decisions on them - now retailers can take our buying needs and translate them into the product we need - it's a whole new B2C synergy.
Last month, over 130 hackers descended on Nottingham’s iconic Council House for the return of Hack24 — a hackathon that saw 40 teams compete in a range of digital challenges for fun, kudos, and prizes.
The default installation of Browsersync now includes many time saving features by default - some of which may have slipped under your radar.
We've moved over to GitHub in 2015 for many reasons, here our developer Aydin shares a few reasons why.
Returning for a second year, JH are HACK24 official clothing sponsor for 2016. We'll be supplying t-shirts for every hacker that attends and some special edition hoodies that can be won as prizes.