Well, actually, it's an Android app that transforms your phone into a film scanner. No additional hardware needed. Digitize and share your (old) negatives, or simply use it as a fast contact sheet tool if you're a pro.
It comes as a pair of programs: an Android app helps shooters store specific details as soon as photos are captured, and a desktop utility that takes the Android app data and automatically adds it to the film scans.
It guides you through Denmark's protected and preservation-worthy buildings. The app was developed in a cooperation between CodeUnited and Dansk Kulturstyrelsen (Danish Agency for Culture).
The initiative uncovers everyday female IT professionals and their success stories. We believe that such an action tackles deprecated stereotypes and contributes to the commonwealth of the sector.
Kostas is a universal software developer. His skills vary from hardcore business logic coding to design and product branding. One of his favorite activities is getting into an arm wrestle with Oracle for the sake of performance. He holds a MSc degree from Copenhagen University, works as GIS software developer, and shoots analogue portraits. Rumor has it he finds PL/SQL attractive.
Max is a software engineer with an interest in server side development and overall project infrastructure. He has a sharp, pragmatic mind and a swift remedy to any problem. He spends most of his day satisfying customer needs and providing creative solutions. Max earned his MSc at University of Copenhagen, is employed as an IT consultant, and plays live music on the streets.