Marcin familiarized us with Django ORM. Slides available here: http://www.slideshare.net/sunscrapers/django-orm-marcin-markiewicz
Łukasz’s presentation explains the subject of justifying our recommendation to people who we work with. It can be applied not only to our clients or coworkers but anyone in our life.
This presentation is a part of Sunscrapers’ weekly talks. The main points include: PostgreSQL types, HStore vs JSON vs JSONB, SQLAlchemy, Django.
Here’s Krzysztof’s recent tech talk about Python 2 –> Python 3 migration (in practice).
Here’s Robert’s recent presentation about
See the complete list of available presentations from our weekly tech talks!
Every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. our team gathers in a conference room to participate in a presentation prepared by one of us. The topic of the speech can concern tech (IT, project management) and soft skills (work culture, communication).
Once a month we organize a staff party which takes place on Thursday. Why Thursday? This is a new Saturday. People often go out for a weekend and Thursday creates a possibility to have them all. The party has an informal style. After work we go out for dinner, pub crawl or playing games. Sometimes we just organize a barbecue on one of our sunny terraces.
What are weekly tech talks?
Every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. our team gathers in a conference room to participate in a presentation prepared by one of us. The topic of the speech can concern tech (IT, project management) and soft skills (work culture, communication). The main rule is an appropriate timeline: we limit our presentations to 10 minutes and leave the remaining time for questions and discussion. Ten minutes is more than enough time to present a compelling and effective speech. Every presentation is recorded and a speaker can decide whether to publish it or not.
Reactive programming is more than a catchy phrase nowadays.
What are English Wednesdays?
One day a week all teammates are encouraged to speak English only for the whole day. This means that not only our meetings are held in English but also our lunch time and informal conversations as well as all written communication via emails and Slack.