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14.09

iTechMeetup anchors in Tricity!

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Hey Gdansk!
💥 As Gdańsk's newest residents, we would like to introduce ourselves and invite you to meet our Frontend, Python, and QA experts. Taking place in the Olivia Star building, you'll have your pick of three back-to-back presentations. Join us for some knowledge, a beer, a slice of pizza 🍕 and fantastic views of the Bay of Gdańsk from the highest floor in the Tricity!
Lectures and speeches
01
Python: PostGIS and Geographic Data Processing in Practice

Yuriy Sahalovich, Technical Lead

As programmers, we rarely deal with the processing of geographic data, yet it is undoubtedly a fascinating issue with many tools designed to troubleshoot problems and automate geospatial analysis. In this presentation, you will learn the basics of cartography and the existing approaches to storing and processing spatial data. The main emphasis will be on using DBMS as a tool for working with geoinformation; we will also demonstrate the capabilities of the PostgreSQL extension called PostGIS. As a practical example, a test application will be used to organize a notification system for small uncrewed aerial vehicle flights.
02
Front-end: The Functional Approach to JavaScript: More Fun Than It Sounds!

Joanna Kupis, Head of Frontend Family & Lead Software Engineer

At first glance, functional programming paradigms may seem complex and unintuitive — a lot of definitions, mathematical concepts, and a different approach to designing your code architecture. But is it worth our time and struggle to learn? Is it really that difficult? And the most important question of all, is it actually beneficial to use FP? During this presentation, Joanna will answer all these questions and more. We will be starting off with basic FP concept, focusing on code performance and optimization, and finally we will compare approaches to creating, debugging, and refactoring imperative vs. declarative functional code.
03
Quality Assurance: How to Start a QA Project from scratch?

Maksim Marasanov, Group Manager, Head of QA Family

Many of us have experienced working on projects with established processes, gradually introducing small suggestions and improvements. But what do you do when the project is just starting? What do you do when the customer expects out-of-the-box solutions ranging from testing techniques to project tools of choice? In this presentation, Maksim Marasanov will discuss how to build a process from scratch and justify your choices to clients using an example from a real engagement. If you're involved in testing processes or work with clients without deep QA knowledge, this talk is for you!
Our Speakers
Maksim Marasanov
Maksim MarasanovGroup Manager, Head of QA Family
Maks has over 10 years of experience in testing, including 5+ years as a manager of large teams of engineers. He has participated in software testing projects for prominent American startups from various business areas.
Joanna Kupis
Joanna KupisHead of Frontend Family & Lead Software Engineer
Joanna has ten years of IT industry experience spanning Java, Python, and Frontend languages. For seven years, she served as a Java lecturer at the Technical University of Lodz, then became a member of the team that produced the Aruz supercomputer. Before joining our team, Joanna worked for four years at the most innovative bank in Poland, where she led an interesting project connected with accessibility; now at iTechArt, she is responsible for building Frontend competences in Polish structures.
Yuriy Sahalovich
Yuriy SahalovichTechnical Lead
Yuriy Sahalovich is a Technical Lead who helped establish our Python team in Gdańsk. Since joining the iTechArt team in 2014 when the company's Python team was just under 30 developers, he's worked on projects for various American startups including Vexcel Imaging, NextCaller, and Zefr as well as others in ​​fintech and health tech. He works with popular Python frameworks, mainly as a backend developer of microservices-based solutions. He has practical knowledge in developing projects based on PostGIS and using geographic data, and his background also includes constructing specialized cloud solutions such as serverless pipelines for processing large files.
Maksim Marasanov
Maksim MarasanovGroup Manager, Head of QA Family
Maks has over 10 years of experience in testing, including 5+ years as a manager of large teams of engineers. He has participated in software testing projects for prominent American startups from various business areas.
Joanna Kupis
Joanna KupisHead of Frontend Family & Lead Software Engineer
Joanna has ten years of IT industry experience spanning Java, Python, and Frontend languages. For seven years, she served as a Java lecturer at the Technical University of Lodz, then became a member of the team that produced the Aruz supercomputer. Before joining our team, Joanna worked for four years at the most innovative bank in Poland, where she led an interesting project connected with accessibility; now at iTechArt, she is responsible for building Frontend competences in Polish structures.
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