The GET.NET Conference is the first initiative of such magnitude in the field of .NET and related technologies in Poland, which has become one of the most significant IT events in the country. On October 27th in Amber Expo, a modern exhibition and conference centre, the participants will have the chance to listen about, i.e. Machine Learning in .NET, building a mobile enterprise application with Xamarin.Forms, Docker, MVVM and .NET Core and Serverless solutions.
GET.NET is a cyclical programming conference, which is held twice a year – in Łódź in Spring time and Gdańsk in Autumn – as an initiative of Sii Poland. To this day, over 2500 participants took part in GET.NET conferences. From year to year this group is constantly growing, and the event is becoming more and more popular in the IT environment in Poland and Central Europe. The conference is designed for experienced programmers, testers, managers, IT students and all enthusiasts of new technologies.
This year’s edition will be opened by the presentation of Rachel Appel, who will discuss the subject of Accessible Design and Programming in Action. Sławomir Aleksiuk – representing Sii, will talk about adding real-time collaboration to a web-based business app using SignalR, whereas Yan Cui, who will come to Gdańsk from London, will mention about security in the Serverless world.
GET.NET is an excellent place for networking with professionals from across Poland and to share IT knowledge. The organizer of the autumn edition of the GET.NET Conference is Sii, which employs over 3700 engineers. Sii is the Top IT and Engineering services provider in Poland. We execute various technology projects for leading Polish and multinational companies. We support our clients in the area of software development, IT infrastructure, product engineering, service desk, training and testing.
Registration for GET.NET and detailed agenda is available on the conference website.
Sławomir Aleksiuk representing Sii: „Adding real-time collaboration to a web-based business app using SignalR”
Piotr Stapp: „K8S and dotNET – how to (not)make your life easier”
Szymon Kulec: „To log everything”
Michał Łusiak: „N ways to do Machine Learning on .NET”
Valdis Iļjučonoks: „Azure Functions + Cognitive Services = a love story”
Gill Cleeren: „Building a mobile enterprise application with Xamarin.Forms, Docker, MVVM and .NET Core”
Yan Cui: „Security in the Serverless world”
Adam Sitnik: „Powerful benchmarking in .NET”
Rachel Appel: „Accessible Design and Programming in Action”
Jiří Činčura: „Tasks and await from the ground up”
Grzegorz Rycaj: „New decalogue of the best practices in the life of software development teams”