WarsawJS in a nutshell
- takes place in Warsaw, Poland from fall 2014
- in Polish
- food provided by sponsors
- roughly 3k members as of 2017; to become a member, check WarsawJS Meetup
- a few possible locations across Warsaw, listed below
- Big names: Piotr Kowalski, Katarzyna Grabowska, Piotr Zientara
- Sundays, once a month
- 8,5 hours; 10am to 6:30pm
- hands-on coding
- bring your own laptop. Check the workshop’s agenda on what to pre-install
- a single framework per workshop
- ~50 participants
- programmers split into groups of up to 10 people. Beginners / intermediate / advanced
- land a Warsaw-based JS job
- 25 pln entrance fee. Tickets sell out early. They become available 6 days before the workshop
- Campus Warsaw, ul. Ząbkowska 33C, Stara Praga
- HubHub, ul. Postępu 14, Służewiec, Mordor, Warszawa
- Some of the workshops we sponsored:
- more of a lecturer-to-audience model
- Wednesday evenings, once a month
- 3 hours, 6:30pm to 21:30pm
- ~200 participants
- free of charge
- The Place – Warsaw Spire, pl. Europejski 1, bliska Wola, Warszawa
- Państwomiasto, ul. Gen. Wł. Andersa 29, Warsaw (historical)
After purchasing the ticket for the WarsawJS workshop, you’ll be e-mailed an invitation to Slack, the IT industry messenger. You’ll use Slack for ordering lunch during the workshop. Check https://warsawjs.slack.com.
As opposed to workshops, there is no need to be physically present at the Meetups. You may watch all of them on WarsawJS Youtube channel.
Before November 2016
Note that in autumn 2016 naming changed. Until October 2016 the event was called WarsawJS. And numbered #1, #2, … up to #26. They occured once a month. Around 10-11.2016 meetups and workshops were born. They inaugurated with WarsawJS Meetup #27 and Workshop #1.
So, the contemporary WarsawJS gathers the JS crowd twice a month.