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Meet Magento Poland 2014: Hospitable Warsaw Invites Guests

This year has been very eventful for Magento and brought us many new contacts, networking meetings, and valuable discussions within multiple dedicated events. Several local communities started their own conferences and presented their countries to the entire ecosystem in a passionate and ardent manner.

Bit by bit the current year comes to the end and the train of Magento events is gradually hiding around the corner. But this late autumn we still have an opportunity to visit some more countries before the Christmas holidays and today we direct our feet to Warsaw, Poland.


Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in the center of Europe, bordered by Germany to the west, the Check Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, and Russia and Lithuania to the north. Poland has an access to the Baltic Sea with the length of the coast line about 440 km.

Poland is the birthplace of multiple famous people: Nikolai Kopernik, Frederic Chopin, Maria Sklodowska-Curie, Pope John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla), Adam Mickiewicz, and many-many others. Polish cities and towns are famous for their unique architecture, which absorbed and retained all European styles. Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Malbork, and Torun are only several famous cities of Poland widely known for their castles, buildings, and monuments among tourists worldwide.

Quick Facts about Poland

  • Capital: Warsaw;
  • Time Zone: CET (UTC +1);
  • Population: 38,483,957 (2014);
  • Largest cities: Warsaw (1,702,139), Lodz (768,755), Krakow (755,050), Wroclaw (634,893), Poznan (570,352);
  • Currency: Zloty (PLN);
  • Official Language: Polish;
  • Main Religion: Roman Catholicism – 88.4%.


Warsaw is the capital of Poland and its biggest city. Located on the Vistula River, Warsaw is the 9-th most populous European capital city. The estimated population of the Warsaw Metropolitan Area is about 2.7 million people. The first historical mention of Warsaw dates back to the 1313 year, and today it is one of the most famous international tourist destinations and significant economic centers.

Meet Magento Poland 2013 Results and Some Facts Behind the Scenes

Meet Mageto Poland 2013

Editor’s note: In this short post we want to review the results of Meet Magento Poland 2013. Marta Molinska, organizer of the conference, shares her impressions and thoughts about the event.

As the web is full of positive reviews of Meet Magento Poland 2013, aheadWorks, as a media partner of the event, decided to ask a first-hand opinion about the conference. Marta unfolded her impressions in this guest post.

 Here is what Marta says about the conference:

 There were many presentations (for instance, by Ivan Chepurnyi, Slava Kravchuk, Paweł Sala or Guido Jansen) that collected great feedback even before the end of the conference.

It would be appropriate to note here, that the conference had live stream video for all sessions and now you can watch it on the conference’s site.