Official Language: Polish
Population: 38.2 million
Currency: Złoty (PLN)
Major Industries: Wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services
Poland is a country in Central Europe. It borders Lithuania and Russia to the northeast, Belarus and Ukraine to the east, Slovakia and the Czech Republic to the south, and Germany to the west.
|Leave a comment below if you know of an upcoming Linux event/conference/workshop taking place in Poland.|
|Location||Linux User Group|
|Kraków||PLUG: Polish Linux User Group is an association that aims to popularize Linux in both academic and commercial environments.|
|Kraków||CLUG: Cracow Linux Users Group is a community of enthusiasts of computer science, technology and operating systems from the Unix family.|
|Poznan||Poznan Open Source Meetup is a group for people who want to keep up with (and contribute to!) the most innovative and disruptive open source initiatives and projects the world of high tech has to offer.|
|Poznan||PyRa: Poznan Python Programmers meets up every two to three months.|
|Warsaw||PyWaw is a community that gathers Python hobbyists from Warsaw and its surroundings whatever their level of expertise of the language.|
|Warsaw||SysOps/DevOps Polska MeetUp is a group of IT specialists willing to exchange knowledge.|
|Wroclaw||Wroclaw Open Source Meetup is a group for people who want to keep up with (and contribute to!) the most innovative and disruptive open source initiatives and projects the world of high tech has to offer.|
|Wroclaw||wroc.py is a group of lovers of the Python language.|
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