Krakow, Poland, 31 May - 2 June 2023
The conflict between generations is an eternal topic. There have always been the older ones - wise and experienced - and the younger ones - demanding, naive and unmannered. Or rather: the older ones - decrepit and hampering progress - and the younger ones - creative, brave and changing the world.
But is it really? Are generational differences simply myths and harmful stereotypes - or are they facts useful for resolving conflicts and building productive cooperation, and even a better world?
So - what (if at all) are the generations of Gordon Moore, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Greta Thunberg different from each other? What is the Culture of Mysterious Children and Reverse Mentoring? Does history go in circles with a diameter of 80 years? What do we owe to the silent generation, and what does the future hold? And above all – how does all this affect the labor market and the IT world?
Stay awhile and listen.
*May contain traces of Star Wars, sailboats and derisive memes
Paweł has been working in Wrocław IT since 2009. He was digging through the code in a Finnish telecom, German logistics, a Swiss bank, a car factory, a travel startup, British compliance, and villa rental. Currently, he has gone to the dark side and takes care of a flock of programmers and team leaders, a mentoring program, a guild and is sticking his nose wherever else he can.
Personally, he likes to read, play board games, analog and computer RPGs. He practices powerlifting and collects vintage Lego Technic. Writes about software, peopleware and dragons on HowToTrainYourJava.com.
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