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Back from GeeCON Poland 2014

May 25, 2014 in Conference, Continuous Integration, Jasmine, JavaScript, Unit Testing

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I just get back from GeeCON that was held in Krakow, Poland 14-16 May 2014. The conference organization was fantastic and there were a lot of attendees in the conference sessions. IMO, GeeCON is really the biggest Java Conferences in the Central-Eastern Europe as it had 1100+ attendees.

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I had the chance to present “Jasmine Automated Tests for JavaScript” in 15 May, the session had many attendees and I was really amazed by the energy, enthusiasm, and responsiveness of the attendees during the session.

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The session went great and I was glad to give a free copy of my JavaScript Unit Testing book to one of the attendees who answered a JavaScript quiz at the end of my session.
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I uploaded my session below:

Finally, I would like to thank all the organizers of this conference, especially Adrian Nowak (@adrno), Adam Dudczak (@maneo), Marcin Gadamer (@marcingadamer), and certainly all of the wonderful guys behind this conference.

[OT] Krakow is a wonderful modern city, if you plan to go there then do not miss visiting Ojców Garden Krakow, Wawel Royal Castle, and generally Old Krakow city. I attached below some of the photos below:

1. Krakow, The Old City, 16 March 2014:
https://plus.google.com/photos/105100477384124159138/albums/6014103071265602913

2. Wawel Royal Castle, Krakow, 16 May 2014:
https://plus.google.com/photos/105100477384124159138/albums/6014128282375540177

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