📍 KJUG #40 “Anonymous in the IT crowd” by Tomek Borek
We’re the crowd, we’re anonymous, whether we build cathedrals or bazaars, our ‘bricks’ are some among many and fame eludes us. At the same time, there’s a literal mountain of things to learn. How do we know if we’re at “shu”, “ha” or “ri” stages and should we care? Which next item to pick when learning? Or perhaps we shouldn’t pick anything new, but rather focus on only polishing the old ones? Can we do even that with new Java version every half a year? I want to ignite the fire within you. I want to tell you about galaxies far, far away, competitive programming, hackathons, reading-clubs and paper readings, fun events in programming, famous conferences, interesting projects, unsolved problems and more. Because even if you’re anonymous in a crowd… you’re my [kind of] crowd!
Tomek Borek – coder from Poland*. Hoping to learn something new every day.
Thankful to everybody who helps me while I hop along. Proud of: http://sckrk.com and http://geecon.org.
Co-leads: SCKRK, Polish JUG, Lambda Lounge Kraków.
* I got it from me parents. They coded and so do I.