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Infoshare 2019 Summary

What is Infoshare InfoShare is one of the biggest international conferences in Central and Eastern Europe. The official statistics claim that 2019 edition has drawn around 6000 participants (in comparison, the year prior this number was lower by 25%). The idea behind it is to enable participants...

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FOSDEM 2019 summary - part 2

As promised, here is the second part of FOSDEM 2019 coverage. This part will comprise insights of two FOSDEM first timers, Kamil and Michał. But before we dive into those, I wanted to share an awesome thought of one of main FOSDEM organisers. Basically, the man behind FOSDEM - Raphael Bauduin, s...

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FOSDEM 2019 summary - part 1

FOSDEM 2019 SUMMARY Let us start with the fact that only one of us attended FOSDEM before, so we were going there not really sure what to expect. We just knew that it’s one of the biggest open source conferences in the world and it’s hosted yearly during the first weekend of February at the Free...

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Risks and Trends 2019

Risk and Trends is an annual conference organized by Polityka Insight, the leading polish economic think tank for which we’ve built a mobile content distribution platform. This year we were honored with an invitation to listen to influencers from Poland and abroad on diverse topics such as the sl...

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You don’t need to go far to attend the best IT conference! Choose Berlin! - update

I have never thought that the best IT conference could hide under my nose and it could be free, full of excellent, high-level presentations and be even more engaging than any other conferences I’ve been to. Ready to find out about Machine Intelligence Summit Berlin? So read my summary and let’s m...

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Highlights of PyData Berlin 2017 Conference

Societal biases’ impact on machine learning algorithms. Natural Language Processing. Manipulating the vox populi and ethics in machine learning. You could learn much about these topics at PyData Berlin 2017. I’ve been there and here’s what I saw. Natural Language Processing One of the main topic...

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TechFusion Sky: Software Engineering and High-Tech in Space Industry

We’re huge space geeks. That’s why the guest of TechFusion Sky event was Matt Harasymczuk, a pilot, aerospace and software engineer as well as astrobiologist, currently working in the European Space Agency in around a dozen of projects. Generally (duh!), a very impressive figure that seems to per...

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PyCon PL 2016: Personal Impression

Three weeks ago, I together with two other TEONITE developers took part in PyCon PL 2016, a Polish conference obviously dedicated to everything Python-related. Today, three weeks after the conference, I decided to write a bit about my PyCon PL impression and present some conclusion I came with. ...

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