- Maciej Hryniszak, Technical Leader WebUI
"WebComponents - frontend programming without frameworks"
Frameworks have dominated the frontend world for ages. Things like Prototype, jQuery, Bootstrap, Ember, React, Angular or Vue (just to name the top players) form the basis of modern web development. But there is one more thing that is mostly overlooked - the native browser environment. Over the last decade it has been greatly unified and where there is no native unification there are polyfills to even the rough edges. In this presentation we're going to take a look at some of the goodness that comes with the browser and some of the future development that is coming to our doorsteps.
Maciej is a passionate software developer with 20 years of experience in creating and maintaining several key software solutions. Wherever he goes he spreads the word about new and updated means to satisfy the ever growing need for solving business problems. Most of his endeavors can be followed at http://padcom13.blogspot.com where real-life problems meet their solution.
- Agata Szocik, IT Analyst
"Tips&Techniques for successful facilitation"
Let’s think about what “Facilitation” really means and why it’s key to our work. What comes to mind when you hear the term “facilitator”? Is about boring presentations? During my presentation “Tips&Techniques for successful facilitation" you will get all you need to know to get started developing it.
Agata is a Business Analyst with over 4 years of professional experience. She has been working with Sitecore as Business Analyst in projects conducted for variety of customers, from different markets (Automotive, Financial Services, Retail, Hotels). She is responsible for performing scope and provide trainings about Digital Marketing particularly based on native Sitecore tools. Highly motivated person, focusing on self-development and positive approach, constantly improving knowledge about Sitecore. Likes fitness and spending time with her adorable little dog. Favorite quote: “If you don’t understand people, you don’t understand a business.