52nd meeting with two speakers and one conference ticket

Hi all.

This time we’ll have two great speakers one of which will be Adam Dudczak, Poznan JUG leader and one of our leaders : Jakub Marchwicki.

Adam is also one of Geecon conference organizers, and thanks to their kindness we will have a conference ticket for one of you. It’s just a small bonus to two great talks.

Adam will be talking about JUnit: beyond the basics whereas Kuba will show us how to do Testing with Spock as a first lieutenant

When: 27.II.2014, 17:30

WhereGdański Inkubator Przedsiębiorczości, Lęborska 3B, Gdańsk

See you all there!

51st meeting, Flashtalks [16.01.2014]

We’re happy to announce that we’re starting this year with a new form (for us) of meeting. Instead of usual 60-90 min presentation on one topic, we’ll be hosting 3 speakers with 3 different talks, 20 min each.

We hope that it will allow us to grow. If anyone is interested in this form of prelection, please let us know. We’re keen to organize more meetings in the new formula.

First volunteers are

Oskar Strączkowski – Vaadin
Adrian Nicoś – Spring 4
Mariusz Proma – Automated bots trading on Forex

When: 16.I.2014, 17:30

WhereGdański Inkubator Przedsiębiorczości, Lęborska 3B, Gdańsk


See you all there!

Global Day of Code Retreat. 14.12.2013

Code retreat is a whole day programming event. Practices and exercises in pair programming and TDD. We start at 9 am with a morning coffee and a breakfast (yay!!! free food), after which we describe the idea and a problem we are planning to solve. The rules are simple: we work in 45 minutes timebox, finishing each session with a retrospective.

Mid day we plan a bigger break with lunch (yay!!! free food again). After the meal another 3 sessions  and a retrospective to sum up the whole day.

All the freebies, place to code and food were made possible by our sponsors: Spartez, Solwit i YDP.

The workshop is in the BYOL formulae (which means everybody brings their own machine). All you need to install is your favourite IDE. And obviously we are not limited to Java. Any language is fine: Java, Scala, Ruby, Python, COBOL – whichever you prefer.

Register now!