33rd Degree is an annual international Java conference. This year it was organized in Warsaw, on March 13-15. The OneWebSQL team was there in force, discussing developer solutions and current trends in Java application development, and attending conference sessions.
More team members could attend this year because the conference was held in Warsaw, where we all live. There was Marek from e-point Localization Platform (affectionately called Lion), Ania and Iwona from the marketing department, and Jarek from the sales department, who stood out in a suit. :) From the OneWebSQL team, we had planned that Tomek, the product manager, would be at the conference on both Wednesday and Thursday, Rafał would be there on Wednesday and I would be there on Thursday. Unfortunately, our plans didn't work out again for health issues. This time it was Rafał who got sick and missed the conference.
33rd Degree, an annual Java conference starts tomorrow in Warsaw. OneWebSQL will be there as well. Visit us at the e-point booth to see live demonstrations of OneWebSQL, share your comments and thoughts on OneWebSQL and win our gadgets. We can't wait to meet you! The conference is on March 13-15, 2013. We'll be there on Wednesday and Thursday (not on Friday).
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