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Sprint sessions in a Londoner weekend!

Last weekend was very exciting as two events were held in Londoner Potato headquarters, in Tottenham Court Road, London. Both the events took place simultaneously; Django Sprint London and Django Girls. Nephila supported both the meetings. So here is the update of the events.


2015 IT conferences: where to find us

For us conferences are an opportunity to meet companies with a similar professional profile, to create new collaborations and to exchange points of view with the others. Once again, we decided to invest great energies and resources on UK scene. Below you can find our agenda for 2015.

Nephila Christmas tree

Let's make an analysis

For Nephila, the year 2014 has been quite a “revolution” in terms of growth and development of the company. We defined our path by taking new decisions and consolidating the ones we made in the past. The year has been significant in expanding our horizons in various directions.

Web users psychology

User psychology: how do people approach Search engines?

This post focuses on someone who has been forgotten for too long in the internet logic:the user. If you want to grow your business you have to look carefully on SEO evolution and users behaviour. Ask yourself: how long are people willing to search for something online before giving up? Do they just scroll through the first Google results or do they perform another internet search if not satisfied? Do keywords play an important role in queries formulation process?

Django weekend Nephila

Nephila at Django Weekend

Though we are an Italian open source-based software company, and we love our country, we are starting moving to UK. We work with Django and django CMS basically, so attending and sponsoring Djangoweekend, the UK Django conference which will be held in Cardiff from the 7th to the 9th February, 2014,  is the occasion to introduce ourselves to the British open source community, and to develop a new network of contacts.