GeeCON is organized since 2009. Each year in different city as you see we are moving Java world literally ;-)
2013 back to Krakow.
We returned to Kraków and decided to stay here with the main event. For the first time we have organized geecon 4 kids.
GeeCON 2012 - Poznań once again.
This year we had peasure to work with Bruce Eckel and try OpenSpaces.
In 2011 we got back to Krakow.
After a year we got back to Krakow. With the new idea for GeeCON University and a free Community Day held on Saturday after the main conference.
More than 500 participants and great names like Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Aslak Knutsen, Danny Coward, David Pollak, Emmanuel Bernard, Eugene Ciurana, Heinz Kabutz, Jaroslav Tulach, Jim Webber, Juergen Hoeller, Michael Huttermann and Patrycja Wegrzynowicz. More than 90% of participants stated that conference met their needs.
GeeCON 2010 was organized in Poznan.
Second edition was held in Poznan. City which is widely known because of its numerous universities and great night life - presence of very active JUG was also a plus ;-). GeeCON grew a bit bigger, we added a third track.
We have reached 450 participants! During GeeCON 2010 we had 45 lectures delivered by 37 awesome speakers including: Andrea Provaglio, Andres Almiray, Charles Oliver Nutter, Chris Aniszczyk, Dalibor Topic, Dawid Weiss, Ed Burns, Jonas Boner, Oliver Gierke, Staffan Noteberg, Thomas Enebo and last but not least Vaclav Pech.
GeeCON 2009, three great days in Krakow.
First edition with two tracks, featured 26 great speakers including Adam Bien, Alef Arendsen, Antonio Goncalves, Arjen Poutsma, Bruno Bossola, Misko Hevery, Simon Ritter and Szczepan Faber.
We had 350 guests coming from 16 countries from all over the world. Everything was nicely summarized in this short video.