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Barcelona Scrum Meetup

Self organising agile teams: a myth, reality or utopia? – Self-organisation is the dream of every manager who implements agile methodologies. But does agile really help to build self-organizing teams? During the presentation, Kamil will offer ready-to-use tools to help participants start working on self-organization in their teams after this meetup!

Agile 3M, Sopot

Self organising agile teams: a myth, reality or utopia? – Self-organisation is the dream of every manager who implements agile methodologies. But does agile really help to build self-organizing teams? During the presentation, Kamil will offer ready-to-use tools to help participants start working on self-organization in their teams after this meetup!

Agile Meetup 11 by Scrum Day Malta

Self organizing agile teams: a myth, reality or utopia? – Self-organisation is the dream of every manager who implements agile methodologies. But does agile really help to build self-organizing teams? During the presentation, Kamil will offer ready-to-use tools to help participants start working on self-organization in their teams after this meetup!

PyStok #42, Bialystok

‘Quo vadis Python 3.8?’ – The upcoming version of Python 3.8 is available to test, but do you really know what changes it brings to the performance, syntax, and grammar of the language? During the presentation, Dominik will summarize the most important PEPs implemented in the new version and show their practical application.

Pykonik Tech Talks #45, Krakow

‘Developer performance best practices’ – A presentation about best practices for boosting performance at work and some lesser known approaches to testing in Python (Vcrpy, Hypothesis, Caplog, and DB speedup).

Scrum Day London 2019, London

‘A self-organising agile team – reality, myth, or utopia?’ – A presentation about agile team self-organisation and how managers can build self-organizing teams with proven methods and practices.

The Next Web Conference 2019, Amsterdam

‘How to grow your company in the times of gig-economy and digital nomadism?’ – This panel will explore the potential approaches companies can take to address workforce challenges like the gig-economy and digital nomadism.

PyLight #13, Warsaw

‘What is happening here? Requests rule the world!’ – A presentation about how requests work, what we can learn from them, and where we can find them.

PyStok #39, Bialystok

‘Metaclasses – developing declarative interfaces’ – A presentation about declarative APIs, in particular about metaclasses – how they work and how to use them for designing such APIs.

Pytech – Warsaw Python Meetup #2

‘How to get satisfaction from teamwork’ – a presentation about the strategies project managers can use to make teamwork more satisfying for their teams.

Agile Warsaw

‘How to cooperate with challenging clients’ – in this presentation, Kamil shows some practical tips and tricks to help project managers solve communication problems and improve collaboration with external clients.

Pytech – Warsaw Python Meetup #1

‘Designing asynchronous tasks – Examples with Celery’ – in this presentation, Przemek explores the problem of asynchronous tasks design, in particular, looking at how Celery can help to accomplish that.

Pytech – Warsaw Python Meetup #1

‘Software development doesn’t have to be boring – or stressful!’ – a presentation about how the right project management strategies can turn a software development project into a fun and rewarding experience for the entire team.

Pytech – Lublin Python Meetup #1

‘Designing asynchronous tasks – Examples with Celery’ – a presentation that discusses the topic of asynchronous tasks design using examples from Celery.

Pytech – Lublin Python Meetup #1

‘Software development doesn’t have to be boring – or stressful!’ – in this presentation, Kamil shows some practical tips to help project managers improve teamwork and reduce stress in software development projects.

Digital Entrepreneurs UAE, Dubai

‘Building tech products without technical competences’ – in this presentation, Kamil shows that Technical knowledge isn’t a must-have for building amazing technical products, but that’s not an excuse to ignore the technical side of the project altogether.

NYC Python, New York City

‘Designing asynchronous tasks – Examples with Celery’ – in this presentation, Przemek shows some examples of asynchronous task design from Celery.

Code Chrysalis, Tokyo

‘What time is it? Intro to date times and time zones for devs’ – Michal will disambiguate some commonly misunderstood and mislabeled concepts like time zones, time names, time offsets, etc. He will proceed to show consequences following from those definitions that might–at first–seem very counterintuitive and share some tips on how to handle all […]

G/Devs Lublin #11

‘How to cooperate with challenging clients’ – in this presentation, Kamil explores the problem of difficult cooperations with external clients and provides handy tips for managing them successfully.

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