WROC# 2017 conference in Wroclaw

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WROC# strikes again!

Another great IT conference and second one happening in Wroclaw, Poland. Cool πŸ™‚ The organizers surprised us again few times πŸ™‚

pre-WROC

But before WROC#, we as WrocNET, had a pre-WROC# event. The main topic was multithreading with Marcin Dudek – Open the Lock and Maciej Aniserowicz – Testing multithreading scenarios in .NET. 98 developers attended, which is pretty good number. After the official session we had afterparty sponsored by PGS in CyyberMachina. I really enjoyed it.

All the people on that pic are WrocNET members πŸ™‚

Conference!

Ahh, I hate describing sessions… sooo => SKIP πŸ™‚
I will just mention one.
Session “Go hack yourself…or someone else will” was something fairly unique. Frans described how to earn money with bug-boundary programs. Here is a list of companies willing to pay for founded bugs.

Conference add-ons

  • Competition games – there were at least 2 computer games written by Objectivity employees. One even used external devices. Nice.
  • Wroclaw promotion corner – good that Objectivity tries to promote also local culture. I really appreciate that πŸ™‚
  • VR Corner with Microsoft HoloLens, Oculus VR etc. – this was very occupied place. When I was leaving the conference people were still playing there….
  • Tesla Model S – everyone could jump in and have a look. I think competition winners could ride it.
  • Wrocsharpowe beer – every year taste better. This is a symbol πŸ™‚

Community

I meet many people. Au usual, I guess.

Valuable attendees – this is what makes every single conference fly!

WrocNET meet WROC# organizers πŸ™‚

Devils

In Tesla

Community

Summary

I’m sad that WROC# 2017 is over. It was a really nice conference where I meed many friends and learned something new. Thank you Objectivity!

Observation

I need to attend a conference where I don’t know anybody. That could be a really nice experience.

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