Warsaw 2014 - Proposal

Gold partners

Back to proposals overview - program


At Samsung we were working on a project for remote server management. Our goal was a user-friendly web application for monitoring servers and running predefined code on them. Additionally, it had to be easily extensible with plugins. The presentation will focus on our approach to remote execution using technologies such as Saltstack, Django and Celery. We will share a few problems we encountered and how we managed to solve them.


Piotr Ćwiek

Python programmer converted by necessity from the curly-bracket and strongly-typed. During my three years at Samsung R&D Institute Poland I supported Android commercialization with Python+Qt desktop tools, developed web systems in Django, almost drowned in JavaScript and, lately, designed software abstractions around SaltStack. As a trainer, I'm spreading the joy of Python programming.

Marcin Baryłka

Software engineer since 1997. At 2007, he started using Python (in dramatic conditions) and quickly became its fanboy. He worked for Bonnier Business press, where worked as a developer of Puls Biznesu pb.pl portal, and now works as a senior software engineer for Samsung R&D Institute Poland.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology IT Vivus Allegro IBM - Polska kreuzwerker GmbH Kainos e-Xim IT Sematext

Silver partners

MegiTeam SaltStack itSMF - Polska Chef Ansible Sii

Media partners

MegiTeam 7thGuard Governica GazetaPraca