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Marta Kacprzak
We speak our mind and we listen to each other. Open communication, sharing information and mutual feedback give us the strength to develop.Marta Kacprzak
Communication Guild Master/Head of Communication
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WROC# Conference is coming!

On the 12th of March, 2015 the British owned, Wrocław based company, Objectivity, will be holding a conference for .NET specialists. WROC# – a conference where speakers will address topics related to HTML 5, ASP.NET, vNext, AngularJS, and application performance and functional programming (F#).

The WROC# conference is a unique opportunity for industry specialists and .NET enthusiasts to see no less than seven well-known and respected experts in this field. Dan North, Mark Rendle, Mark Seemann, Chris Klug, Maurice De Beijer, Chris Heilmann and Matt Ellis will give a platform for the participants and attendees a chance to share knowledge, exchange experiences and discuss being a specialist, with specialists.

What’s the conference for and why is it happening? The bright sparks at Objectivity wanted to invite industry peers to exchange ideas and to learn from those who have more experience or knowledge in the field. So, rather than limiting it to a small get together, Objectivity chose to run a full day conference at the beautiful Centennial Hall Conference Centre in Wrocław. They had no idea how popular the event would turn out to be.

On the 2nd February 2015, 300 free tickets were released to the general public. Incredibly, all 300 places were snapped up within 2 minutes. On the 17th February, an additional 40 tickets were released and spoken for faster than a flash of lightning. Will there be more tickets? If you’ve not registered yet, keep an eye out on our Facebook page or our website, www.wrocsharp.pl.

It’s not all information and knowledge sharing at the WROC# Conference. Oh no. After the day is done, participants and attendees will have an opportunity to relax and socialise together at an exclusive after party.

If you’d like to get involved, or find out more information, please visit www.wrocsharp.pl for more details, or contact us directly using this form.