Monday, 25 May 2015 at 18:00 UTC+02
Pauza In Garden
Rajska 12, 31-124 Kraków, Poland
This time Women in Technology Kraków hosts an event together with
Patrycja Hrabiec-Hojda and Justyna Trzeciakowska – With Google in my purse
The information broker is one of the oldest profession. A broker collects information from public and non-public sources and sells that information to other organizations.
We will talk about how brokers can help to a work of programmers, and how developers can make life easier for data brokers. Let’s discuss a future of into brokering in Poland.
Patrycja Hrabiec-Hojda – data broker with ten years of experience, CEO of data brokers company,
Marcin Szałowicz – Around the world of MySQL Workbench
A closer look at the functionality of Workbench, helpful at work of DBA, such as user management, data
Marcin Szałowicz – Programmer at MySQL Developer Tools team, began his adventure at Oracle in 2013, when he migrated from the world of DBA to C++. Previously worked with telemetry data.
Krzysztof Szarlej – Cloud Computing and OpenStack
The aim of the presentation is to show to participants what a computational cloud is, we will discuss their different types, how they differ from each other and what are their uses. Then, when we know what a cloud is, listeners will be presented with a modern technology thanks to which we can build efficient and scalable cloud solutions – OpenStack.
Krzysztof Szarlej – system administrator in his twenties who works at nazwa.pl S.A. He is passionate about modern technologies, including cloud computing. For a year he actively participated in the implementation and now the maintenance of an infrastructure cloud served by servers based on OpenStack technology. He is a computer science student at AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, and spends his free time hiking.
- Photos from the event, fot. Jan Kraus