Organized a conference devoted to Python language. I have created and have been executing the Code of Conduct. Responsible for website creation and maintenance.
The conference took place on October 14-16, 2019, Gdańsk, Poland.
I established a Cracow branch community of successful women who share a love for technology – creating software and hardware.
The goal is to break down the barriers and promote members as specialists. Our aim is to get to know and support each other, and to show that women work in a technical world. The meetings exchange knowledge and experiences. We create different kinds of workshops and encourage women to join the technology industry.
My most advanced and important project during this time was building a B2B startup online application for employees worktime management with legal system validation. That includes vacations management, worktime reports and schedules, export/import API from other systems and automated work-timetable creation.
Technologies I have been using are:
We were part of global event that connected people around the world: people in need, developers, representatives of non profit organizations, API providers and sponsors. Over 2,000 developers took part in that movement around the world. Activity in our venue was streamed online 48 hours.
With a help of really great team we had a chance to start new event with a success 🙂
We weree working with global charities like Amnesty International, Oxam, NPR Labs as well as local charities like Unicorn, Stowarzyszenie Krwiodawcy, Krakowski Alarm Smogowy, Czarna Owca Pana Kota, Wawelska Kooperatywa Społeczna and Mam Marzenie.
Hack4good is an international hackathon series started by Geeklist. Kraków is hosting this event together with over 50 cities world wide simultaneously.
The Hack4good series focuses solely on uniting the world’s greatest expert engineers, designers, product builders, and entrepreneurs to help make the world a better place by developing applications for humanity.