Mozillians at Warsaw (MozCamp)
last week over 350 Mozillians from all over the world (about 30 countries) gathered together in Warsaw (Poland) to unite, share experience, learn and have fun! 🙂
On my way to Warsaw, I met Kálmán Kéménczy from Hungary, an awesome guy who has tons of books. 😀
When we arrived to Warsaw at hotel Marriot, a Slovenian guy called Nino Vranešič was waiting for me in my room.
I gotta tell you, he’s one of the best roommates that I had. 🙂
I knew Nino from before, because we met in Sofia when we had Balkans meeting.
First day was awesome (well, all four days were awesome) but I ended up early in my bed being exhausted from trip.
Seven AM waking up in the morning, gotta be fresh, gotta catch tram to Fabryka. 😀 – it was Saturday, not Friday. 😛
Sessions were awesome, and sometimes I had hard time choosing on which one should I go.
In these two day sessions, I’ve met a lot of people, asked many questions that I wanted, had a chit-chat with Mitchell Baker, took a ride on double-decker, drank a lot of coffee, ate yummy food, laughed and cried by watching screaming sheep with Nino, met another ginger named Christian Heilmann who gave us nice tricks and tips about how to give a talk at presentation and much much more, which made MozCamp a fantastic event!
On Monday, when everybody was leaving, early in the morning (if you call 9AM early) we took a “Tour de Warsaw” sightseeing, which was great. 🙂 Ioana Chiorean was our tourist guide, and she did well!
I’m still under impression of MozCamp, because it was awesome!
Until next MozCamp, let’s make next Mozilla Balkans meeting more fun! 🙂