Another Sitecore Community Poland has come to an end. On the 19th of January we had a great pleasure to organize the event at our Sabre office in Krakow.

We always love organizing events that instigate change and growth within the community. There were only a few free seats and participants were curious about topics and actively participated in Q&A sessions. Seeing so many excited tech enthusiasts in one place was definitely worth the hard work involved in putting the event together.

Sabre, Coders Center and Sitecore were sponsors of the event. Thanks to our close cooperation, we were able to secure a presentation from Jason Wilkerson, Sitecore MVP and reward our participants with Jason’s book and Sitecore Community Poland mugs.

It was so exciting to host Jason Wilkerson, Sitecore MVP. Jason spoke about “Helix Architecture”. Jason has a  broad knowledge about Sitecore and a distinct way of translating complex technical information into easily understood concepts. Robert Senktas from Coders Center used Sitecore Legal Demo system to present on the subject of e-Commerce personalization techniques, and Marek Godawski of Sabre spoke about the value brought by predictive personalization in his presentation, “Profiling and Predictive Personalization”.

The last speaker of the day, Łukasz Skowroński of Coders Center, spoke about his experience in becoming a Sitecore Developer. As a technology professional with more than 9 years of experience in software development, Łukasz provided audience with some great insights and knowledge!

This was the 4th Sitecore Community Poland event, and we hugely appreciated the opportunity to organize such a great meeting for both attendees and speakers. It is great to meet, listen and network during such an event. We’re happy to be a part of the Sitecore community.

As always, our Sitecore Community event ended with an informal “pizza and beer”. Once again, we offer our sincere thanks to all participants – it was great to see you all and we look forward to the next event!

by Marek Godawski