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// Warsaw, Poland

track 1 // main auditorium

track 2 // side auditorium

Registraton starts

Do not forget to bring your ticket! Only registered attendees are allowed to enter the venue!


We have some delicious food for you!

Welcome talk


Krzysztof Kula

Web project with ClojureScript

Katarzyna Jastrzebska

Control the chaos – working in a team

Bartosz Grzegorczuk

Angular & JS lessons learned

Grzegorz Koronowski

Coffee Break

Building Snake using streams

Michał Płachta

npm scripts as an automation tool

Łukasz Fiszer

Awesomely descriptive JavaScript with monads

Jakub Strojewski

Reliable Node.js applications for a reactive world

Robert Kawecki

Desktop applications in JavaScript with Electron

Rafał Szymański

Style Guide Driven Development - Episode IV - New Hope for Front-end

Łukasz Korowicki

Lunch Break

CSS Grid Layout - the only grid framework you need to know

Tomek Wytrębowicz

Creating easy going code

Adrian Makowski Adam Chwiłkowski

The future Of JavaScript is now. How to make the most of it?

Staś Małolepszy

React enlightenment - my 10 month journey with React.js

Artur Szott

Coffee Break

Getting your Node.js app production ready

Zbyszek Tenerowicz

Angular 2 Tips & Tricks

Wojciech Kwiatek

Reactive JavaScript

Michał Załęcki

Star Wars: Lightsaber Escape - commercial implementation using Polymer 1.0

Maciej Zasada

Curly Brackets Awards 2016, Prizes and Wrap-up


Photo of speaker: Adam Chwiłkowski

Adam Chwiłkowski

Frontend & JavaScript enthusiast with a passion for clean and reusable code. Currently working as a Senior IT Professional at Roche Global IT Solutions.

Photo of speaker: Łukasz Fiszer

Łukasz Fiszer

Senior JavaScript Developer at GFT. Interested in server-side JS and isomorphic applications. After hours - a social activist at Miasto Jest Nasze.

Photo of speaker: Bartosz Grzegorczuk

Bartosz Grzegorczuk

Lead frontend developer at 4Decision. Enthusiast of clean code and event-driven architecture. Attentive to details, likes to understand how things work. Feels inspired when working with people and exchanging experiences. Loves drinking CoffeeScript.

Photo of speaker: Katarzyna Jastrzębska

Katarzyna Jastrzębska

Frontend Developer and UI designer. ClojureScript and functional programming enthusiast.

Photo of speaker: Robert Kawecki

Robert Kawecki

Node.js developer fascinated with distributed enterprise systems and domain-driven design. Author of the event sourcing framework called esdf.

Photo of speaker: Grzegorz Koronowski

Grzegorz Koronowski

Former ExtJS's power user, currently taking care about Danish education platform ui&ux. Fan of approach "The easier, the better".

Photo of speaker: Łukasz Korwicki

Łukasz Korowicki

Junior Software Engineer at Samsung Electronics Poland, former WebDeveloper at Kerris Group.

Photo of speaker: Krzysztof Kula

Krzysztof Kula

Fan of Functional Programming, JavaScript and Node.js. Loves learning and reading books. Works for SmartRecruiters in Kraków.

Photo of speaker: Wojciech Kwiatek

Wojciech Kwiatek

JavaScript developer at LiveChat, coach at DevMeetings. Loves cutting-edge technologies. Is challenging himself in anything he does.

Photo of speaker: Adrian Makowski

Adrian Makowski

Front-end developer currently working as a Senior IT Professional at Roche Global IT Solutions.

Photo of speaker: Staś Małolepszy

Staś Małolepszy

Lion tamer at Mozilla by day. Avid learner of everything by night. Or the other way around. Because timezones.

Photo of speaker: Michał Płachta

Michał Płachta

Making things alive using computers. Polyglot software engineer specialised in developing distributed applications. Currently works as a team leader at Ocado Technology, where he builds actor-based software for automated warehouse.

Photo of speaker: Jakub Strojewski

Jakub Strojewski

Developer at Evojam. Addicted to bleeding edge technologies. Angular lover. Member of ReactJS community. TypeScript evangelist.

Photo of speaker: Artur Szott

Artur Szott

Front-end developer who've found a passion for building highly interactive products with the well crafted code.

Photo of speaker: Rafał Szymański

Rafał Szymański

I'm a Javascript Developer at Mobica who is currently working on an AngularJS based Automotive solution. Previously worked for Accenture and Sii.

Photo of speaker: Zbyszek Tenerowicz

Zbyszek Tenerowicz

Meet.js veteran - speaker and organizer. Developer and technology researcher. Currently running a growing number of Node.js powered applications in production at Egnyte Inc.

Photo of speaker: Tomek Wytrębowicz

Tomek Wytrębowicz

Developer from Warsaw, Poland, huge HTML + JS enthusiast & evangelist, active member of Web Components community. Works for Starcounter, on bleeding edge of web tech.

Photo of speaker: Michał Załęcki

Michał Załęcki

Full-Stack JavaScript Developer, Frontend Team Leader at woumedia. Chess player and a big fan of hackathons.

Photo of speaker: Maciej Zasada

Maciej Zasada

Maciej is a hybrid Technical Lead. Armed with a Masters degree in Informatics he primarily specialises in advanced VR and cutting edge HTML5 but nothing from backend, cloud computing, networking to iOS or Android development holds fear for him.


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Meet.js is the name for JavaScript meetups in Poland, organized for programmers who are interested in JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Our events have been organized for 5 years now in 10 major business hubs in the country (Warsaw, Cracow, Poznan, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Lodz, Katowice, Szczecin, Lublin and Bialystok). They are free of charge. Average number of attendees fluctuates between 100 and 200 guests per meetup, which makes meet.js one of the largest technical community in Europe. This is a perfect place for fostering your professional network as well as recruiting new candidates.

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