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Scalar — latest Scala  trends & use-cases

 Warsaw, Poland

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Only 150 zł + VAT (about 36 euro/42 USD)

Same as last year, there's a small registration fee to cover some of the organizational costs. In return, we'll deliver the best Scalar so far! You can also register on Evenea's site.

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Dave Gurnell


Dave is a developer, trainer, and partner at Underscore. He has spent over a decade programming, speaking at conferences, and writing books on functional programming. In his spare time he enjoys making maps, playing with cats, and taking short trips in his space ship.

Paweł Szulc


Pawel Szulc is primarily a programmer. Always was and always will be. Experienced professionally in JVM ecosystem, currently having tons of fun with Scala and Haskell. Humble apprentice of Functional Programming. Runs a blog

John De Goes

John A. De Goes has been functional programming for more than seven years at multiple companies, and has assembled world-renowned Scala and PureScript engineering teams, trained new developers in Scala and PureScript, and developed several successful open source FP projects. Known for his ability to take very complex concepts and explain them simply, John has taught numerous workshops and classes, including several highly-regarded workshops on Scala and PureScript. John moonlights as an instructor for LambdaConf, but his primary job is Chief Technology Officer of SlamData, an open source software company using pure functional programming to redefine analytics for modern data.

Krzysztof Ciesielski


Software engineer, OSS contributor and conference speaker. Working on various projects for SoftwareMill using Scala since over 5 years, Krzysiek never stops exploring new avenues of reactive and functional programming. Passionate about principled design. To get some rest from software, Krzysiek enjoys reading philosophy and science fiction, as well as bouldering.

Marcin Matuszak


Marcin is an enthusiastic functional programmer from Wrocław. Working as a Data Engineer at Ryanair. His recent interest is a mix of machine learning and functional programming.

Inna Uvarova


Inna is currently a PhD candidate at Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), and has since 2013 been the project manager of the student satellite project PW-Sat2. She graduated with a master's degree from the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at WUT where she specialized in space systems engineering. She has been an active member of Students' Space Association at WUT since 2006. Inna was an aviation personnel trainer and examiner for 3 years in the field of radio-communication and navigation equipment, at Aviation High School No. 9 in Warsw. In 2013 Inna became the first ESA ESERO-PL project manager at Copernicus Science Centre. Since May 2016 she has been the Business Development Manager at the Space Division of Future Processing.

Krzysztof Grajek


Programmer, father and occasional blogger. SoftwareMill's contractor for over 6 years, day to day developing applications for financial institutions and doing some machine learning fun on the side.

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Same as last year, our conference will take place at the POLIN Conference Centre, situated in the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.

Centrum Konferencyjne POLIN, ul. Anielewicza 6, Warszawa, Poland

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Organized by

Jan Zborowski

Adam Warski

Małgorzata Wojciechowska

Sylwia Górska

Katarzyna Leszczyńska-Bohdan

Ida Bzowska