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Scalar — A Free-to-attend Scala Conference

 Warsaw, Poland

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Call for papers

Ends Feb 8, 2015

We are looking for anything that you think might be interesting for a wider audience and that is Scala related. Maybe you are using Scala in a novel way? Or you wrote an interesting open-source library? Have an experience report from a project you are working on? Or maybe you just want to show what can be done with the Scala language and existing Scala tools.

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Scalar 2015 call for papers is open!

Call for papers for Scalar 2015 is now open! You have until the 8th of February to submit your abstract. Just fill in the form, and we'll get in touch in Februray. You don't risk anything by submitting, so do not hesitate :)

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Scalar 2015 — Scala Conference in Central Europe is officially announced

Scalar is coming in 2015! Read SoftwareMill's blog.

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Adam Warski

Programmer by day (scala), programmer by night (various). To his own surprise, sometimes writes a blog. Likes nice code.

Daniel Kos

Experienced C++/Java developer drifting towards functional languages. Passionate about computer graphics and games.

Krzysztof Grajek

Passionate programmer, constantly looking for new things to learn and explore. He codes all the time unless doing something else.

Jan Zborowski

One of the few normal persons among the geeks. Connects the IT world with the non-IT surroundings.

Michał Chmielarz

Java developer and passionate backend programmer, starting his adventure in Scala world.

Mirek Woźniak

Marketing Overlord, the court wordsmith. Mirek gets high on semantics and making people meet. Softwaremill's social media expert.

Michał Ostruszka

Speaker and active member of local Java, Ruby and JS groups, conference speaker at Confitura, GeeCON, ABE, 4Developers.

Małgorzata Wojciechowska

Combines multiple skills: polish philology, landscape architecture, tour guiding and karate, to make Softwaremill a better place.

Piotr Buda

Isn't scared of any programming language, he tried everything from Flex to Scala, from just hacking to DDD. Likes to play games.