We are happy to invite you to join free Luxoft Webinar:
Java is not a teenager anymore. With almost three decades in the market, Java has had a very interesting history and evolution. It played an important role in as the new way to build software for free in the new OOP programming paradigm at the time. However, after all these years, is Java still relevant for the market? Is Java a dead language? Does it make sense to invest time and effort in this old-fashioned language?
We will go through the Java’s important features over its lifetime, the evolution of the technology, and its current features so the audience can more fully understand the magic of the language and decide how relevant Java is for the industry nowadays.
December 10, 2020, 4:30PM CET
My name is Miguel, and I’m a Software Developer at Luxoft since 2018. I’ve learned a lot about Polish culture since then, the differences between Poland and Brazil and how to enjoy your life over here. During our meeting I will share some insights with you.
Hello, my name is Karolina and I’m a Lead QA Engineer.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve done a lot of travelling, but those were vacation trips. My first significant experience of living as a foreigner in another country came when I moved to the Czech Republic to study for half a year as an Erasmus student. Another experience, which was an even bigger cultural shock, was when I went on a business trip to the Philippines for nearly four months. That was quite an adventure. However, the biggest reason why I'm here now — and why I want to talk about finding yourself in a foreign country (Poland) — is my almost six-year relationship with a foreigner who lives in Poland and comes from a completely different culture. And he doesn't speak Polish. That showed me how seemingly simple tasks can be quite a challenge.
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