Flock. engineers zijn super slim, bijzonder enthousiast en excellent in communicatie - en wie zegt dat perfectie niet bestaat?
Engineers, klanten en onze digitale soul-mates maken deel uit Flock. Community: een ecosysteem waar de wildste ideeën tot in perfectie worden uitgevoerd.
Ons doel is niet meer, maar beter: in nauwe samenwerking met onze klanten bedenken wij altijd de optimale oplossingen. We gaan samen voor het beste resultaat.
November 5, 2021, 16.00 - save the date! Have you always wondered how to do functional programming without the need to know everything about it? Here's your chance to learn the basics and touch on the depths. Flock.'s engineer Jerre van Veluw will hold a presentation on Pragmatic Functional Programming. The participants will have a chance, among others, to learn how to use typical patterns in a web application backend based on Kotlin (with or without Arrow). We start at 16.00 at our HQ (Jansdam 2C Utrecht). Everybody interested is free to join (and please do stay for a drink afterwards!). Just drop us a line at email@example.com. See you soon!
October 8, 2021, 16.00 - Save the date! At this meetup Flock. engineer Goffert van Gool will take you on a tour through the complex and fascinating world of the Ethereum. His talk will include such topics as: Maximal Extractable Value (MEV) in smart contract blockchains, methods of extracting value from network inefficiencies, economic incentives and the emergent behaviours of different participants as well as the impact of this behaviour on the larger blockchain ecosystem. We start at 16.00. Venue: Flock. HQ (Jansdam 2 Utrecht). Everybody's welcome! To join, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org .
As many companies are looking to achieve greater visibility into their financial exposure, ING undertook the construction of a state-of-the-art supplier risk assessment platform. Combining the powers of news analytics with a sleek and user-friendly design, the new platform is likely to outpace similar solutions available on the market.
Compilers are weird. Full confession: We have never built a compiler before. Yes, we are software engineers, and we have built programs that transform one language into another (graphQLSimpleBindings, CMACC), but those are not full compilers.