The official Google Cloud Platform Training Course (CP300) is finally in Spain

We have been working hard for an entire year to announce this: starting November, Extrema Sistemas is one of the first training companies in Europe to offer the Official Google Cloud Platform Qualification Course (otherwise known as CP300). CP300 is a comprehensive course that covers five different products of the… »

Our own dotfiles repository

Every time we have to install a new laptop for scratch, we are all like... Seriously, it's scary waters. There is a long distance between a vanilla Ubuntu install and a working station with all we need in a typical day, from gimp to node or ruby. This year of… »

20% su tutti i corsi di formazione ufficiale fino a fine anno

Extrema Sistemas, partner ufficiale di Pivotal in Italia e Spagna, offre uno sconto speciale del 20% su tutti i suoi corsi di formazione ufficiale che si realizzeranno in Italia fino a fine anno: Core Spring, Spring Web, Enterprise Integration with Spring, Hibernate with Spring e Groovy & Grails. Lo sconto… »

A 25% discount in the official Spring Certification Courses

These days at Extrema Sistemas we are not just organizing Codemotion Madrid, but also working hard to expand our certification courses. We will announce big news before the end of the year, and for this reason during the months of September and October we are offering a 25% discount on… »

Extrema Sistemas is a Google Cloud Platform Partner

We were already playing with the Google Cloud Platform before it was cool. This week Gartner has reported that Google is silently stealing the show away from Amazon. Now we are proud to announce that we are officially a Google Cloud Services partner. This comes in addition to having a… »

Developing Java web apps with a lightweight IDE

"Damn, my IDE is too fast" — Nobody, ever. We spend a lot of time hacking with our Java IDEs (IntelliJ and Eclipse) trying to find the fastest development setting. In this sense web app development is a bitch, because IDEs come only in two flavors: Java SE edition: valid… »