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23.11.2017

On 21st November we organized our first Open Day in Poznań Office! We hosted 42 students and 2 professors with whom we shared our experience and knowledge and had a lot of fun during Fifa and table soccer’s tournament. Do you want to know more? Let’s see the photo relation from the event!

17.11.2017

Do you want to be a developer or business analyst?
We are happy to invite you to participate in the Sollers Open Day at our office which takes place on 21st November!

08.05.2017

Let’s visit our office, talk to our developers about their projects and take part in the Alternative JVM languages workshop.
Last, but not least: Take part in the mini hackhaton –in a team of 4 other geeks to develop a game and win awesome prizes!

Codility

Challenge yourself!

You have just received an opportunity to verify your programming skills. We invite you to partake in the Codility test, offered free of charge by Sollers Consulting.

About the test

  • Language: English.
  • 3 tasks.
  • Scope: programming, algorithmics, bug fixing, SQL, optimization.
  • Difficulty level: basic or advanced.
  • You choose the language of programming to solve the task – available languages: C, C#, C++, Java, JavaScript, VB.NET i SQL.
  • The results of the Sollers Consulting programmers are in the top 25% of the Codility results.

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Sollers Consulting Team

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