Meet us there! Online tech events we’re attending in April

Despite the current pandemic situation, we do not slow down and run our events online. You can stay safe at home & enjoy the opportunity to expand your knowledge and acquire new skills. See what we have prepared for you in April!



WHEN: 23.04 (6 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
WHERE: online
WHAT: Introduction to the Hazelcast ecosystem

Probably many of you know that Hazelcast is a distributed cache … and makes big eyes when someone mentions Stream Processing, HyperLogLog, CRDT, or CP Subsystem. During this presentation, together with Grzegorz Piwowarek (VirtusLab), we will go on a tour of the Hazelcast ecosystem and take a look not only at the basic functionality but also hidden tastes.

More info here.

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WHEN: 28.04 (6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
WHERE: online
WHAT: Hardware & IoT

This meetup group has been created to discuss, explore ideas, uses cases and business models connected with IoT and what it really means to the tech community. We continue the series of meetings with guests from outside Cracow. At the next meetup, we will listen to Wojciech Gołębiowski from SKA Polska, who will tell you what to look for in the context of hardware and IoT.

More info here.


WHEN: 29.04 (6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
WHERE: online
WHAT: 1. Code analysis and visual code representation 2. Pimp your codebase & scale it!

Our two VL’s members are going to give special online lectures. First, Mateusz Strąg about ‘Code analysis and visual code representation’. Current IDEs are dynamically evolving, however, we are all forced to browse code by looking at flat-file structures. No information about the semantic dependencies between different units. Mateusz will show how to browse code graphically and clearly visualize semantic dependencies in TypeScript project which would result in speeding up the process of learning and understanding the code.

Then, Mateusz Ziarko will give a presentation “Pimp your codebase & scale it!”. How we may approach the topic of refreshing / rewriting / splitting our monolithic application when it is impossible to start everything again? A few words about Lambdas / Functions, Micro Services in our ecosystem, as well as about the approach to solving this problem on the client-side using the concept of Micro Front’ ends.

More info here.

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Natalia Romanowska
Natalia Romanowska Apr 17, 2020