Along with Interizon ICT Cluster, we would like to invite you to join us on 26th April 2017 at 6:00 PM at Latający Holender for the second in a new series of 3camp powered by Interizon meetups aimed at bringing together those who came to Gdańsk, Gdynia or Sopot (Tricity) from all over the world and decided to work and live here.


At the meetup our guests will share knowledge about IT and related fields as well as talk about living in Tricity from an expat’s perspective.




18:00 – 18:30 Emil Wojak, Jeppesen, Do you speak teamwork?


What makes a team? What if you never got a chance to talk to your teammates face2face? Emil Wojak will share his experience with working in international, distributed teams.


Emil has been a software developer for over 15 years. During his career he was involved in a number of projects spread across different countries or even continents. He acted as a team lead and a scrum master. In his free time, he is a rescuer and the President of the Board at POPR – a Search&Rescue organization.


18:30 – 19:00 Eduard Lepner, Powel, Start using maps is very simple


I will describe how an organization may start using GIS content very quickly and efficiently. How the data travels from the geodatabase through the cloud right into your device or any browser. With live demo in ArcGIS Online + integration with Powel iAM Viewer.


My name is Eduard Lepner. Studied in Novosibirsk State University. After graduation started working with ESRI solutions in outsource team for Powel since summer 2012. In the May of 2016 relocated to Gdansk and enjoying life here 😊 My path in programming ranges from brutal desktop apps with COM Interop/some native code and ArcObjects for ArcMap to Cloud based multi-tenant web solutions.


19:00 – 19:30 Jay Kay, Hugo Guimarães and Julia Bazhenova, Touchdown in GDN – Impressions about living in Gdansk from different foreign perspectives


Personal stories about language barriers (first registration, citizenship of a non-EU country and registration, going to the doctor, getting a bank account), the mystery of PESEL (how to get it, signing contracts without one), questions we are confronted with (Polish guys asked if other Polish people are nice to you, why Poland and not a high salary country), and different, exotic Polish cuisine.


19:30 – 21:00 Networking


The event will be held in English.


Attendance is free of charge but registration is required due to space limitations.


You have no one to leave your child with? Bring them along with you! We are kid friendly!


To register and find out more about the event, click HERE.