WrocławJUG, or Wrocław Java User Group, is a group of programmers, architects and Java enthusiasts based in Poland. The goal of this tech Community is to deepen the knowledge, get to know new technologies, frameworks and methods of application … Read more
In the dynamic world of software development, the significance of communities for developers cannot be overstated. These digital spaces serve as vibrant hubs where programmers, coders, and tech enthusiasts unite to exchange knowledge, inspire innovation, and build lasting connections. But beyond the lines of code and the algorithms, developer communities represent a profound cultural force that shapes the very essence of a developer's life.
Communities are the heartbeat of learning, where novices find mentors and experts challenge their limits. They are the launchpads for careers, offering networking opportunities that can turn aspirations into realities. Communities are also the wellspring of solutions, where developers seek help, share wisdom, and collaborate on projects. They are where feedback is transformed into software improvements, and where knowledge finds its home.
Yet, perhaps the most remarkable aspect of developer communities is their power to amplify diversity. In these inclusive spaces, gender, nationality, or experience level fade into insignificance. What matters is the shared passion for technology and the collective mission to push the boundaries of what's possible. Developer communities, in essence, breathe life into code, nurturing the creators, innovators, and visionaries who continually shape the digital landscape. They are where developers become more than just code crafters; they become a part of a global tapestry of shared ambition, dreams, and progress.
Hello Fabio, you are the one who brought the Angular community to Rome! You are also the one who talked about refactoring an application during one of the #AperiTech meetups. Could you tell us more about this? Exactly: on that occasion, lasting a … Read more
Hello Marco. You’re an active member of many tech communities in Rome. First of all, let’s take a deep dive into Graph Analytics. Could you tell us more about it? Of course! The basic idea is very simple. We've decided to collect all the data from … Read more
Hello Marco. Some time ago you presented one of your talks “Write once, debug everywhere”. Could you tell us a little bit more about it? Through talking to people in the community chat, a request emerged to have a closer look at the debugging … Read more
Hello Matteo, you are the community leader of RomaJS and you are also a speaker at Codemotion conferences. For whose who don’t know you, could you tell us a bit about yourself? My name is Matteo Manchi, I am the CEO at Advance, a consulting … Read more
Why should a software company adopt open governance? In particular, what are the reasons to do that during the process of joining together two software companies that are similar, but with specific differences? At Codemotion Rome 2019, CEO and … Read more
Don Goodman-Wilson is developer advocate for the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions at GitHub. But what is the difference between being an advocate and an evangelist? “Evangelism for me is very much a one-way communication. It’s me shouting from … Read more
Alessandro Cinelli (also known as Cirpo) is currently working in London as engineering manager at DAZN. Joining a panel discussion on technical leadership with fellow industry experts Thiago de Faria, Armagan Amcalar and Daniel Gebler, Alessandro … Read more
In the first week of April we proudly hosted our fourth Codemotion Amsterdam conference with more than 1200 attendees. Again, we stressed the importance of tech communities during our showcase event in the Netherlands, but is “communities” just a … Read more
Simone Scardapane is a very talented AI and machine learning researcher and developer. He told us some of the news in the field of AI from F8 2018. Hello Simone. At one of the AperiTech meetups you gave the talk entitled "AI in the news: what's … Read more
Hello Roberto. Recently you’ve given a presentation entitled “Application Insights: power is nothing without control” for the members of one of the Roman communities. Could you tell us more about it? I work a lot with Microsoft technologies and I … Read more
Hello Claudio, you’re an active member of the Elixir community. For those who don’t know you, could you tell us a bit about yourself? I'm a back-end developer and currently, I work at AdEspresso, a startup that deals with marketing activities on … Read more
Hello Fabio, at one of the #Aperitech meetups you delivered the talk entitled “.NET & Micro ORM”. What motivated you to speak about this topic? As a community, we have focused on everything related to DotNetCore, released a few years ago, both … Read more
Hello Federica, we know that you collaborate closely with Claudio D'Alicandro, the founder of the Elixir Roma community. One of the results of your collaboration is the talk you presented at one of the #Aperitech meetups "Functional programming: what … Read more
Hello Giorgio. How did you become a developer? Could you share your story with us? My name is Giorgio Pomettini and my career path as a developer is unusual. As a child I was always fascinated by computers and their functioning. In fact, my … Read more
Hello Ivano, at one of the #AperiTech meetups you talked about Serverless Microservices. Why did you choose this topic? I chose to give this talk because one is a cloud technology, one is a pattern. I believe that the union of these two things has … Read more
Hello Marco, first of all could you tell us a bit about yourself and what you do for a living? Which community are you a member of? My name is Marco Liberati and I'm a member of two AperiTech communities: one is RomaJS, the other one is Rust Roma, … Read more