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13.09.2018

We are more than pleased to announce that this week we started working at our brand new office at Spokojna 2 in Lublin. We have taken great care of every detail. The spacious and comfortably equipped interior, chillout rooms with a billiards table, a big terrace and even more to make our day at work as […]

29.06.2018

We are happy to announce that recently we have established our new entity in Japan. We can see huge potential and a lot of interesting opportunities on that market so right now we are looking for Japan-speaking ninjas to support us! If: You are a creative person who is willing to work in IT or […]

26.06.2018

We are proud to announce that recently we have established our new entity in Japan. We can see huge potential and a lot of interesting opportunities on this market so we need Japan-speaking ninjas to support us! If  you are a creative person who is willing to work in IT or Business, eager to get […]

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23 March 2017
Sollers @ WDI

Sollers Consulting, sponsor of WDI would like to invite you to the event! During the day you will have the chance to take part in our Beacon contest and learn more about Alternative JVM languages.

Why is it worth visiting?

  1. Sollers Challenge game based on beacons

Take part in the game and win Samsung Galaxy Tab A!

  1. Download the Sollers Challenge app (available in App Store and Google Play)
  2. Find a beacon
  3. Resolve tasks
  4. Repeat step 2 and 3 (visit all places)
  5. Check your position in the ranking

28th March, 02.30 P.M – The winner of the main prize – Samsung Galaxy Tab A 3 – will be announced @ Sollers Consulting stand!

All participants – regardless of their results – will receive a small gift!

  1. Knowledge-based input – lecture about Alternative JVM Languages at 12:10 p.m.

Sollers Consulting developers will introduce you to the topic of Alternative JVM languages. We will focus on Groovy and Gosu which will be shown in comparison to the mechanisms available in Java 7 and 8.

The lecture will answer the following questions and more. Does creating new programming languages make sense? What motivates the creators of programming languages? What features are available in Gosu or Groovy? And last, but not least… does anyone use it?

Come and learn more about it!

See you soon!

Sollers Consulting Team

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