Communicating During Disasters
An effective and reliable communication system in disaster situations is of paramount importance for both crisis-affected people and the emergency teams who endeavour to deliver relief.
At last we have sunny days in Bielsko-Biała! As usual some of us start to complain that “it is too hot”, but others, like: Szymon Kieloch, Błażej Kosmowski, Tomasz Borowski and I (once again as the photographer) went to nearby sports center Solar.
will start with a bold statement: there has never been a better time to use “Ruby on Rails”. Recently, we have witnessed two major releases of the Ruby programming language and a web development framework, which we know of as Ruby on Rails (versions 2.0 and 4.0, respectively).
In my opinion the best known example of a company which lets their employees work on “personal” projects, is Google. This “Internet juggernaut”, encourages its engineers to take 20 percent of their time to work on a personal project, which is company-related and is of personal interest.
Another great event just behind us. On the 27th March we met in Rybnik to discover the best way to build a collaborative team. This time we had an opportunity to participate in workshops focused on soft skills development and listen to some amazing lightning talks.
The idea of the digital changing things sounds hardly impressive for both professionals and common users of the countless number of electronic devices, gadgets and applications which have actually become part and parcel of our lives and are simply here to stay.
The Open Source Days (DWO) are an open conference for the enthusiasts of open source software as well as for those interested in the practical application of open source software in business.
This time the Mikstuira.IT event was slightly different as we wanted to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the birth of Ruby – an object-oriented scripting language created in 1993 by Yukihiro Matsumoto (Matz for short).