#ITechDay in Warsaw

, 2019-03-13

We were enjoying Thursday on conference in Warsaw. We have arrived pretty lately but easily saw the awesome atmosphere there. We have seen a lot of very young and also, a lot of older people! That’s so good that everyone can be interested in technology. There were over 650 people acording to the organizers. We have met a lot of good old friends there.

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Our session about deadly mushrooms was fantastic! We were having wonderful time with showing how machine learning can save our life… We love this topic so everytime when we are presenting that is amazing!

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This is also a good moment to congratulate to Kasia and Pawel Plawiak and the team for preparing such great event. You did a great job!

And look and the beautiful picture we have got. Can you spot us there :)?

Cheers,

Damian

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