trivago open sourced a Prettier plugin for the Twig template language. It is available under the Apache 2.0 license, and you can access it on trivago’s Github space.
It is not everyday that you get to chat face to face with the creator of a highly relevant open source project. Accordingly, we were highly anticipating a certain visit in mid-October, 2018.
Ten participants from nine countries, who have never met before, are assigned to teams to work on real-world projects. Can they be successful? We ran this experiment in September 2018 on the trivago Campus, and were blown away by the results.
trivago is giving away 3 free spots in a workshop given by renowned author, instructor, and speaker Kyle Simpson (a.k.a. @getify). To be eligible, you only have to do two things...
trivago believes that a sustainable Open Source ecosystem benefits developers, companies, and users alike.
At the end of August 2017, ten students set foot in the trivago headquarters in Düsseldorf to be part of the first ever trivago Tech Camp. Two weeks were packed with real-world challenges, guest lectures, Q&A sessions, and tons of other opportunities to learn. In the end, a lot of working software was delivered.
trivago will host a PHPUnit Code Sprint in mid-October to support this crucial part of the PHP ecosystem. Sebastian Bergmann, the creator of PHPUnit, will be there to coordinate the developers' efforts and to answer questions.