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01.1218:00

iTechMeetup: .NET & Effective Estimates at Olivia Star

Offline | 34th floor, Olivia Star, Aleja Grunwaldzka 472C, 80-309, Gdansk
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Hello Gdansk!

iTechMeetup is being held in Gdansk for the second time, featuring talks by our specialists! Join us on the 34th floor of Olivia Star, the highest building in the Tri-City. Talks will cover .NET field issues and effective project estimation.


Our guest speaker, Axana Skinder is the head of quality assurance at iTechArt. She has 16 years of experience in the IT field. She began her IT career when Waterfall was at its peak, so she is well-versed in approaching task estimation from all possible angles.


Krzysztof Kudlacz, our senior software engineer, is an experienced speaker and a shrewd scientist; the content of his lectures exceeds university presentations!


Join these industry experts in one of the Tri-City's most dynamic spaces. Enjoy top-floor night views of the Gdansk Bay and a dinner, complete with 🍕 and 🍻.


Build your knowledge and join the fun!

Programming
18:00-19:00
Cryptography in .NET with Krzysztof Kudlacz

Cryptography is essential in providing data security and secure communication. During this presentation, we will examine cryptographic practices from the point of view of a .NET developer. This talk will cover foundational concepts, such as hashing, encryption, and digital signatures, and gradually move toward higher-level concepts. Here, we’ll dive into the potential problems of securing passwords and examine the potential of JSON Web Tokens. We will also discuss the benefits of secret data storage within cloud infrastructures, such as Azure Key Vault. 

19:15-20:15
Let's Talk About Effective Estimates — How to Always Meet Deadlines with Axana Skinder

In our field, we are frequently asked, "When are you going to finish the project?" or "Can you get it done by... ?" To answer these questions, we have to estimate time frames accurately.But what if we give an incorrect estimate? We risk missing deadlines and failing to meet the expectations of our managers or clients. Avoiding complications, like employee overtime or scheduling conflicts, pushes us to estimate more effectively. 

Join us on December 1st. I look forward to sharing effective approaches that help me estimate time frames correctly and finish tasks on time.

20:15-22:00
Pizza, 🍺, and a Closing Discussion!

No meetup is complete without a closing discussion! Let’s eat, drink, make connections, and discuss what we’ve learned from our speakers, all while enjoying a panoramic view of the Bay of Gdańsk!

Speakers
Axana Skinder
Axana SkinderDivision Director, iTechArt
Axana Skinder, Head of Quality Assurance, has more than 16 years of experience in software development. She has worked for big enterprise companies like ATG-Oracle and OpenText, as well as start-ups in the HealthTech domain. Skinder learned to estimate tasks when Waterfall was popular and programs like Scrum and Agile were virtually unknown. She believes that there are no inaccurate estimates, only items missed during task evaluation.
Krzysztof Kudlacz
Krzysztof KudlaczSenior Software Engineer, iTechArt
Krzysztof Kudlacz, senior software engineer at iTechArt, has over 6 years of experience as a .NET developer. He is a former scientist and researcher, specializing in materials science and crystallography. Kudlacz was involved in developing algorithms for X-ray data analysis and worked on an access control system.
Axana Skinder
Axana SkinderDivision Director, iTechArt
Axana Skinder, Head of Quality Assurance, has more than 16 years of experience in software development. She has worked for big enterprise companies like ATG-Oracle and OpenText, as well as start-ups in the HealthTech domain. Skinder learned to estimate tasks when Waterfall was popular and programs like Scrum and Agile were virtually unknown. She believes that there are no inaccurate estimates, only items missed during task evaluation.
Krzysztof Kudlacz
Krzysztof KudlaczSenior Software Engineer, iTechArt
Krzysztof Kudlacz, senior software engineer at iTechArt, has over 6 years of experience as a .NET developer. He is a former scientist and researcher, specializing in materials science and crystallography. Kudlacz was involved in developing algorithms for X-ray data analysis and worked on an access control system.
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