We liked to say thank you to B&B owner Frabora – she looked after us well for the last three weeks, and bicycles she provided were very helpful. We highly recommend this place to say if you are visiting Netherlands.
All this experience wouldn’t be possible without Erasmus+ program – we gained greater exposure to the global industry and got invaluable international experience.
Also big thanks to our Tutor Regina Beirne for organizing the whole program at Greenhills college and made all this experience happen for us.
As for us today – Finish polishing website. Gerard promised as nice burger for the dinner – then a goodbye party involving some poker games 🙂
Hope you enjoyed our blog!
Jonas and Gabriel
We got hands on “Raspberry Pi” mini computer – small single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools.
It will act as a mini server in someones home. App interface we design will connect to this server to display and generate values.
Gerard tested first php draft and it worked! Slowly things coming together.
Also client arrived and gave us feedback for the interface. We have list of changes to implement, change style to his liking.
I took a screen grab of our interface – keep in mind its still work in progress.
Back to Gamegroothandel office, sun is shining bright, all snow is gone – spring is coming!
We delve right back to web interface we were building. Gerard asked us to make sure website is compatible on all devices – not an easy task. Its something you have to consider when you start building website.
We had to solve problems in html code and css to fit each devices screen.
At the moment color pallet of the website looks a bit funky: red,green,orange. What colors would suit website for all the customers – next task for us to find out. We want it to look professional and simple to use.
On our last weekend in Netherlands I went to explore more of Amsterdam history and Gabriel – the night life of a city. That day was snowing quite heavily – scenery reminded me of my hometown in Lithuania.
I had met with my friends in Amsterdam and we took a stroll in a Chinatown, visited Buddhas temple. Photo above is old castle-like building, 500 years old, now a restaurant.
Also we saw one of the oldest wooden buildings in a city – i will post pictures above.
The origins of the city lie in the 12th century, when fishermen living along the banks of the River Amstel built a bridge across the waterway. The streets where we walked – all was flooded in the early days.
We stopped by at local pub to try some finest Dutch beer “La Chouffe” – i recommend it. Gabriel and I enjoyed our last weekend in Amsterdam – one more week to go!