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[Post Event] Keyboards & Mice Cluj-Napoca

Yesterday evening iQuest had organized an IT event in Cluj-Napoca - Keyboard & Mice. Almost 100 people participate to this event. There were 5 speakers that are working (or used to work) in iQuest.
The session were very interesting and presented IT industry from different perspective. In this kind of events you realise that IT is more than 'code'.
Below you can find the event schedule:

  • Welcome speech – Mihai Barabas, Head of PMO, iQuest Group
  • How to crunch 1M messages per second in 4 easy steps – Radu Vunvulea, Technical Lead, iQuest Group
  • You don’t have a [brilliant] future as a developer if … – Andrei Olar, Developer
  • Highly secured cloud-based reporting and analytics platform – Mihai Josan, Senior Software Engineer
  • Mobile Already Is the Future – Andrei Hegedus, Technical Lead, iQuest Group
At the end of this post you will be able to find the slides from my presentation. 
After the event we had a special contest called "Drunk Programing Contest". The short story is very simple: "You need to resolve problems from TopCoder and drink". Perfect event for a programmer (smile). This time we had something special, a water dispenser full with wine - hot or cold. Yes, we had a lot of fun. 
Slides:
 

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