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Build 2016

This years Microsoft developer conference, Build 2016, is taking place in San Francisco.Bluefragments have 3 developers onsite in San Francisco - Mathias, Ulrich and Thomas. During the conference they will report, comment and give their perspective on the...

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Welcome to our updated office

For quite some time we have been wondering how to update our office in the best possible way. Well, finally we have found a good solution. We have rented the neighbour office, knocked down a few walls, put on a new floor and painted it all in white and of course blue....

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Let’s do a code camp

For some time we have warmed up on an internal code camp. This weekend we’re kicking it off. 6 awesome developers and 1 project manager under 1 roof in 2 days - what’s not to like?! We have rented a cozy weekend cottage with a pool table, jacuzzi and … well, an...

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Congratulations to Microsoft and Xamarin

Bluefragments congratulates Microsoft and Xamarin for the exciting news that Microsoft intents to acquire Xamarin. This is great news for the important cross-platform endeavors the mobility market is demanding: To do more – on any device – with less effort. In...

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Segway Championship

Yesterday we did one of our monthly culture events. Michael had arranged a Segway session for all of us at Copenhagen Segway in Fisketorvet - and it was totally awesome!We of course had to compete a little - and it was nice to see the “older” partners beat the young...

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Bluefragments Joins Forces with Microsoft CityNext to Bring Innovation to Cities

Bluefragments today announced its participation in Microsoft CityNext, a global initiative empowering cities, businesses and citizens to re-imagine their futures through digitization and smarter solutions. Bluefragments combines the power of technology with innovative ideas to connect governments, businesses and citizens with city services that increase efficiencies, reduce costs, foster a more sustainable environment and cultivate communities where people thrive.

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Welcome to Iceland – here is your Phone.

I knew mobility was everywhere. And I knew that Iceland was at the forefront of many things - including technology. But when I checked in at the hotel in Reykjavik I was handed a smartphone as casual as my keycard. I did not see that coming. On the lock screen was my...

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