Valuing hard work is something that is deep-rooted in our society. It is something that is passed down from generation to generation. And it is something that is still very much alive today. There is a great sense of pride that comes from knowing that you have worked hard to achieve something.
The WorkerConf with 1 day Backend Development and 1 day Outdoor Action in the Brandnertal is a great example of this.
“It was a great experience to attend WorkerConf. The event took place on two consecutive days and offered an interesting program for backend developers. On the first day, there were presentations and workshops on various topics related to backend development.” explained Tejas Kumar, MC of the Conference and Developer Evangelist at XATA.
This event was a unique opportunity to not only learn about backend development, but also to get some great exercise in the beautiful Brandnertal Valley.
The first day of the event was dedicated to backend development. We took time to look into different technologies that are used to create and maintain modern websites and web applications. Participants had the opportunity to exchange ideas with other developers and learn about new ideas and techniques.
The second day of the event was all about outdoor action. We took the time to bike and hike through the stunning scenery of the Brandnertal Valley and take part in some fun activities along the way. Participants were able to enjoy various activities such as down-hill action, mountain karts and hiking.
“It was a great experience to have participated in WorkerConf and I can only recommend it. This was a great opportunity to get some fresh air and exercise, while also learning about teams and technology.” Johannes Schickling stated.
Overall, speakers, attendees and organizers agreed that “Going outdoors is a great way to learn about the future of technology in a hands-on way. It is also a great opportunity to get some exercise and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Brandnertal Valley.”
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