May 31

Happy campers

Just as announced before, our whole team (as in every.single.person) went to AtlasCamp. We also sponsored the delicious lunch and had a booth at the vendor showcase, so chances are you, dear reader, did talk to or at the very least spotted us in Spain!

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During the sessions, we scattered our team a little bit so that everyone could learn something new from their particular field of expertise. Through all of us the sessions were a blast, and we had a chance to see some really, really cool stuff! Some of the guys were so inspired they want to hold their own sessions now – who knows, maybe next year at AtlasCamp?

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In the evenings and a day after AtlasCamp itself, we either discussed things with existing and new partners or drew our internal roadmap. AtlasCamp was extremely influential in both cases, you can expect announcements of new partnerships VERY soon, and some cool new stuff in the plugin themselves, too. Lastly, we did take part in Bash (a party, not console for once!):

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Barcelona itself is a beautiful city with a glorious view on the seaside. Surprisingly, the temperatures were lower than in Warsaw at the time, but still warm enough to fully enjoy the stay. We especially liked the varied food options, and this time around no aggressive potatoes (patatas) were encountered. But, just like in London, we do have an aerial shot from the plane for you:

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