Why you can't afford to miss "Daj się poznać"

This time, instead of a typical blog post, just a short advertisement / announcement. It's not that someone asked me for it or I've promised it to someone - it's just...

3 years ago

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This time, instead of a typical blog post, just a short advertisement / announcement. It's not that someone asked me for it or I've promised it to someone - it's just about the idea I like & find beneficial for the whole software developers community in Poland.

As some of you may know (especially the PL-based people), 2 months ago Maciek "Procent" Aniserowicz has given up his job to become a full-time communist, I mean - 100% focus on his community-related activities :) As he takes it very seriously, he's become truly hyper-active & it's one of his recent ideas (I think that the original idea was someone else's & Procent has just resurrected it or sthng) I'd like to write about today ...

"Daj się poznać"

To keep the long story short - "Daj się poznać" is a competition for programmers. Participants will:

  1. start or continue to contribute actively to an Open Source project
  2. document their learnings (at least twice a week) on their blogs

That's all. For circa three months (10 weeks). Not a rocket science.
There's one more thing: registration ends TODAY, so you need to decide quickly (if you didn't yet).

But why do I find it important & why I'd like to encourage you to sign up? Not because of the prizes (tbh, I don't even know if there are any, but I guess they are) or the challenge ("Prove that you're worthy! Step over defeated opponents, left in the dust and blood!") - there are few far more valid points:

You just can't miss it. You already know you can't.
Good luck.

Sebastian Gebski

Published 3 years ago

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