Tag Archives: developers

When your hack day idea gets out of control

The following is a shortened article from Medium, written by Anna Peniašková. People at White October love doing hack days. It is a great way to push your limits and have fun making silly things. We held another hack day in January 2017.  Read more about what we have done during our previous hack days here. […]

Debugging – down the rabbit hole (or not!)

We’ve all been there: Developer A: This feature should only have taken an hour to develop.  Next thing I knew, it was two days later and I’d still not solved this weird bug with method X. Developer B: Why didn’t you just stop using method X and start using method Y instead? Developer A is […]

Hamilton Trust are delighted to be BETT Award finalists.

Hamilton Trust, working with White October, have been shortlisted for the finals in the Primary Digital Content category for their work over three key educational sites. The main Hamilton Trust website makes adaptable teaching resources available electronically for teachers to use in planning and teaching across Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  Their adaptability […]

New hires strengthen skills for White October

We’ve announced a series of recent appointments, continuing to strengthen our offering as a leading digital agency which attracts the best people. The six recruits have filled posts in digital development, design, account management and support and bring the total team to 30. Founder and MD Dave Fletcher says: “We are seeing a marked increase […]

“Wearable tech is top choice for most promising innovation”, say developers at this year’s jQuery UK

The majority of developers attending jQuery UK are spending more time on projects for mobile this year, and opt for wearable tech such as Apple Watch and Google Glass as top choice for most promising innovation. Developers attending this year’s jQuery UK conference in Oxford were asked what they thought was the most promising technology […]

Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 released

Oh dear. It seems to me that as quickly as Microsoft release one version of their internet browser without properly making sure that all HTML and CSS will display consistently, they go ahead and release another version (albeit in beta). Interestingly though, this new release of IE seems to have a couple of snippets of […]