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4Developers is the biggest programming event in Poland – 400 developers, 4 parallel tracks and more than 30 speakers!

4Developers is a professional, technical conference for developers, project managers and all students interested in programming. It is a place to introduce latest developments, share ideas and find solutions for most common issues concerning writing, testing, debugging and maintaining the code.

4Developers will be divided into 4 independent tracks to discuss technology and issues that arise in every software company:

* Java
* Scalability & Performance
* IT Project Management

This year we added Scalability & Performance track to help programmers with building efficient , high-performance and scalable applications, that are able to handle a growing number of users. Attending this session we will learn how to design applications that will function well even during the traffic spikes. Experts will show how to scale down & up your applications to meet the current needs of your clients. The practical knowledge aquired during this track will help developers to adjust to the changing demands of IT market and create better, more flexible and scalable applications.

During the conference the best experts from US, Europe and Poland will share their experience and discuss new programming solutions. So far we had a pleasure to host speakers such as Neal Ford, Ted Neward, Sebastian Bergmann, Ivo Jansch and Derick Rethans.

Current, third edition of 4Developers takes place in April 2011 in Warsaw, Poland.

Your host(s):
Jakub Zalas


SOCIAL EVENT Registration (09:00)
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TALK WebLogic for Developers (10:00)
Roger Freixa
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TALK Gamification driven project management (10:00)
Monika Konieczny
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TALK Project Sphinx overview (10:00)
Vladimir Fedorkov
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TALK Simplify your External Dependency Management (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 5
TALK The forest for the trees (11:10)
Greg Young
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TALK The Dark Side of Project Management (11:10)
Mateusz Gurgul
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TALK HipHop for PHP (11:10)
Mariusz Gil
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TALK Podróż w krainę Continuous Integration (11:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Performance analysis of JEE applications (12:05)
Daniel Witkowski
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TALK Discussion Panel (IT Project Management ) (12:05)
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TALK Discussion Panel (Performance and Scalability) (12:05)
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TALK Discussion Panel (PHP) (12:05)
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TALK Entry Logging in J2EE Applications (12:40)
Marek Berkan
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TALK How to solve unsolvable problems in projects (12:40) Rating: 0 of 5 Slides available 0
TALK Scalable Web Systems Architecture (12:40)
Michał Gruchała
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TALK Profiling PHP Applications (12:40) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
SOCIAL EVENT Lunch Break (13:25)
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TALK Command-query Responsibility Segregation (14:25)
Sławomir Sobótka
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TALK A Gen Y versus Gen X conflict (14:25) Rating: 3 of 5 1
TALK Extending the memcached functionality (14:25)
Mariusz Gil
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TALK Data Caching in (14:25)
Piotr Młynarczyk
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TALK What drives your design? (15:20) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Kanban – a Light Alternative (15:20)
Paweł Brodziński
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TALK Architecture and Programming Model for NOSQL Web (15:20) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Zend Framework 2.0 Let’s Rock (15:20) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK The Application For Android (16:15) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK TDD and Getting Paid (16:15) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Unleash Your Domain (16:15)
Greg Young
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TALK Back to the past, lecture about the future of web applications (16:15)
Paweł Subocz
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SOCIAL EVENT End of the conference – Prize drawing (17:05)
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05.Apr.2011 at 16:09 by rowan_m (130 comments) (Feedback)

The PROIDEA crew were a really friendly bunch and the whole atmosphere was very welcoming. They were let down a bit by the technical support at the venue though, quite a few problems through the day with mics, projectors, etc. Still - new location next year! Even as a non-Polish speaker there was still plenty for me to see and learn, so I think I'll definitely be trying to return next year... speaker or delegate.

05.Apr.2011 at 22:41 by Anonymous (Feedback)

Enjoyed the conference even as a foreigner although all the schedules were done in Polish only. Enough to see and lot of varity in the talks. This conference could quite easily become a big international conference in the php and java world so big thumbs up for the organizers


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