- 17:30 registration
- 18:00 Presentation
- 18:45 beers&snacks
- 19:00 Presentation
- 19:30 networking
First lesson of acting or how I stopped being scared of the actor model
Introduction to conceptual model of concurrent computation known as actors.
Actor-oriented programming allows us to develop truly reactive, highly distributed and resilient systems, while keeping our business code easy and safe.
Presentation covers comparison of 'classical' state management and actor-based approach, interactions between actors and simple example of such application.
How not to become a senior developer?
Money. Fame. Super cars.
You will not hear about that in this presentation.
"What should I do to become a senior developer?"
How many times have you heard this question?
There is a lot of information circulating over the Internet. You have to do this, do that. You watch one channel after another, read more articles. Finally - feel overwhelmed. Are you sure that you have already considered all possibilities?
I would like to answer another question. What should I do to not become a mythical senior?
Lack of responsibility, business awareness, decision-making skills, or finally poor personal development is just the tip of the iceberg. You will find out what kind of behaviour to avoid in your daily work and hear about the most common mistakes that I have observed since the beginning of my IT career.
Senior Consultant specialized in .Net technologies.
Worked on web and desktop projects for various domains and clients. Strongly focused on performance of the solution.
Technical leader and problem solver who participated in many IT projects - both successful and unsuccessful. Author of video tutorials and workshops related to .NET and Angular. One of the main developers of http://netdevelopers.pl/ - website created by Polish .NET community. Speaker at IT conferences. Enthusiast of artificial intelligence and simple solutions. Founder of English IT Today! - place to improve your IT English skills - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNDHKjfvUmbKJa7DcHMqoEA