DevClub.lv hosts discuss the JavaScript-focused agenda and the three presenters for the night at the highly attended event on January 15, 2015, as an intrigued group of Latvian IT community members listen in.

On January 15th, 2015, an event was held at the Microsoft office in Latvia by DevClub.lv, a community of Latvian information technology (IT) specialists that gather monthly to host free talks and presentations so that locals can share their knowledge, network, and communicate on everything IT-related.


Viesturs Zariņš, with an MSC in Computer Science, is also the Co-Founder and CTO of ZoomCharts, which offers the world’s most interactive data visualization software. One of the speakers at DevClub.lv, Zariņš begins his presentation by introducing ZoomCharts, and goes on to discuss the realities of developing a JavaScript SDK.


ZoomCharts Co-Founder and CTO Viesturs Zariņš continues his presentation by delving deeper into the vast capabilities of ZoomCharts software. Here, he explores the functionalities of an interactive pie chart while an engaged audience of local IT community members watch on.


ZoomCharts Co-Founder and CTO Viesturs Zariņš begins his PowerPoint slideshow by introducing ZoomCharts as the world’s most interactive data visualization software, while audience members listen intently to his presentation.


DevClub.lv attendees at the Microsoft Lativa office take a break from the presentations to enjoy snacks and drinks, and to mingle, chat, and network with other members of the Latvian IT community.


Members of the Latvian IT community really enjoyed themselves, taking the time to get to know each other while snacking on cookies and drinks in the lobby of the Microsoft office in Latvia at the very successful DevClub.lv event on January 15, 2015.


A photo of Rīga sits at the back of the room at the highly successful DevClub.lv event on January 15th, 2015, which took place at the Microsoft office in the Latvian capital.

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