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› The Week in Review: Partnership with Platform.sh, eZ Platform 1.5.1, and More

This week, we have lots of exciting news as eZ Systems partners with Platform.sh, the release of eZ Platform and eZ Studio 1.5.1., Symfony coming to the US, and more.

23/09/2016 6:29 pm (UTC)   http://share.ez.no   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› Web Summer Camp 2016 - engaging workshops and experience sharing on the radiant Croatian coast

This year’s Summer Camp was bound to be interesting even before it started. We changed the brand, added a new topic, moved to a new venue, and were curious and eager to see how our participants would respond to the transition. Well, it turns out we had no reason to worry. :)

21/09/2016 4:33 pm (UTC)   http://www.netgenlabs.com/Blog   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› Summer @ Netgen

Even though the call of the sun and the sea was strong, we weren’t idle during July and August. :) Summer Camp preparations were in full swing, our interns were hard at work, and we announced our new product - Netgen Layouts!

19/09/2016 5:32 pm (UTC)   http://www.netgenlabs.com/Blog   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› The Week in Review: Symfony Advantages, Security Advisories, and More

This week in our eZ Ecosystem: an article about the advantages of Symfony and sharing skills across CMS’s, eZ Platform nominated as Best Enterprise CMS, security advisories, as well as  our regular sections such as Social, Events and Resources.

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› eZ Community Board meeting, September 6, 2016

Here are the minutes of the latest Community Board meeting, September 6, 2016. Our previous minutes can be found here.

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› eZ Community Board meeting minutes, September 6, 2016

Here are the minutes of the latest Community Board meeting, September 6, 2016. Our previous minutes can be found here.

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› Interns ft. the DebugMan

Not even this year did we break our tradition of summer internships. We have had two students, Lora and Marko, working on a real project, as is a custom with our internships. What did they do, how did they manage, and more find out in the blog post!

13/09/2016 4:00 pm (UTC)   http://www.netgenlabs.com/Blog   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› Netgen Interns feat the DebugMan

Not even this year did we break our tradition of summer internships. We have had two students, Lora and Marko, working on a real project, as is a custom with our internships. What did they do, how did they manage, and more find out in the blog post!

13/09/2016 4:00 pm (UTC)   http://www.netgenlabs.com/Blog   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› Walking the Capital Ring - Section 14

Walking the Capital Ring - Section 14

Section 14

Upon setting off on the penultimate section, we quickly looped around the Olympic Station, now the London Station, home of West Ham. There is a lot of new landscaping, that's not quite finished yet around here. We left the Lee soon enough, and walked towards Stratford High Street. There Crossrail work near Pudding Mill Lane station, where the Ring was diverted along an industrial estate. This was badly signposted. I've updated OpenStreetMap with the current route, but it will have to be redone once the works are over. Once they are, it should be easy enough to navigate from Victoria Walk to the Greenway.

In our case, we had to spend a little bit of time to fine the Greenway, but once we got there it was a very easy route. In fact, for 80% of this section, you walk in a straight line over the Greenway.

Near the start of the Greenway, the walk goes past the Abbey Mills Pumping Station, which has been pumping sewage around since the 1860s. As a matter of fact, the Greenway that we were walking on, is actually a long footpath and cycleway on top of the Northern Outfall Sewer. This then also explained the nice fragrances along this stretch of the route...

It was a long and monotonous walk along the Greenway, and we were pleased once we left it and could walk the last bit of this section through Beckton District Park. When coming out of the park, we had concluded this section. One more to go!

Route (with GPX)

Waymarked Trails

Time

1h 37m 38s

Distance

8.24 km

Average Heart Rate

108 bpm

Calories Burned

836 cal

For the full photo series, see my Flickr set.

13/09/2016 10:11 am (UTC)   Derick Rethans   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us

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› Walking the Capital Ring - Section 15

Walking the Capital Ring - Section 15

Section 15

In this last section, we walked around London City airport. Well, sorta. Starting off at Beckton Park, and its Jake Russell Walk we started the last section of the Capital Ring. After Beckton Park, we walked through new Beckton Park as well, before coming to Cyprus DLR station.

The Capital Ring as mapped on OpenStreetMap, diverged from the route on the TFL site, and the signage on the ground. Instead of following the Royal Albert Way, it no goes through the University of East London and along the Royal Albert Dock for a while. I can imagine this being a little nicer than a dual carriage way.

At the end of the path along the dock, we had a little stint through an industrial estate, with a radar mast in sight at the end. The radar mast was straight on the Thames, and that point ended up being the furthest East on the Capital Ring: Galleons Point. The tide on the Thames was low, exposing loads of shopping trolleys and other rubbish.

From there, we crossed two sets of locks. A small one, and the much larger King George the 5th lock. Galleons Point is another new development. Now along the Thames, we passed by the Royal Victoria Gardens and ended up at North Woolwich.

The old station at North Woolwich at one time housed a museum, but that is now closed. Close behind it are Crossrail works, where a tunnel under the Thames for the new railway starts.

At this point, we could have taken the ferry across to Woolwich, and the end of the Capital Ring. Instead, we decided to walk through the Woolwich Foot Tunnel. This and the Greenwich Foot Tunnel are the only two pedestrian only tunnels under the Thames, built in the early 1900s. Apparently, photography is forbidden, but I only found that out while writing up this blog post!

At the other end of the tunnel, we walked the last 50 meters to the end of the section, and with that, the Capital Ring!

Route (with GPX)

Waymarked Trails

Time

1h 12m 14s

Distance

5.88 km

Average Heart Rate

105 bpm

Calories Burned

659 cal

For the full photo series, see my Flickr set.

13/09/2016 10:11 am (UTC)   Derick Rethans   View entry   Digg!  digg it!   del.icio.us  del.icio.us