Win a Trip to Warsaw and Ticket for Big Data Tech 2018

Jan 18, 2018

Adam Kawa




GetInData invites to participate in the Big Data survey with the chance to win a VIP package for the upcoming Big Data Tech Warsaw conference – the biggest and most appreciated technical Big Data conference in Eastern Europe.

How to get the VIP package

The survey is about current Big Data adoption and trends. Spend 5 minutes to answer the questions, have a luck in the lottery and join 500+ data enthusiasts at Warsaw on February 22, 2018! Here is the link to the survey:


  • a return flight to Warsaw
  • a hotel room in Warsaw near the conference venue
  • an entry ticket for a conference
  • an invitation to the party held after the conference


  • the winner will be randomly selected among all who filled out the survey before February 5, 2018
  • the winner will be contacted via the e-mail address provided. If the winner rejects the prize, then the next person will be randomly selected

Big Data Tech Warsaw

Big Data Tech Warsaw is a one-day conference with purely technical content. We’ve been putting a lot of work at GetInData into inviting the best speakers and crafting agenda full of great technical talks and workshops. GetInData will give presentations about real-time analytics and big data in the cloud. Other speakers will talk about data privacy, lessons learned from production deployments, being productive when working with data, and modern big data technologies (e.g. Druid, Vespa, Airflow). Speakers come from companies like Yahoo!, Uber,, Criteo, Orange, Ocado, GoEuro, Turkcell, AdForm, data Artisans, Hortonworks, GetInData and more.


Finally, Warsaw is a city that was once described as the Paris of the East. It has a unique history and soul. There are many interesting places to visit including Warsaw Old Town, Royal Baths Park (Łazienki) and The Warsaw Rising Museum. By walking around, you can easily find many places with tasty food, speciality coffee, craft beers and … shots of vodka. Write to us ( for more travel trips.

Be aware that Warsaw in February might look like this.

Warsaw Winter

Post by Adam Kawa

Adam became a fan of Big Data after implementing his first Hadoop job in 2010. Since then he has been working with Hadoop at Spotify (where he had proudly operated one of the largest and fastest-growing Hadoop clusters in Europe for two years), Truecaller, Authorized Cloudera Training Partner and finally now at GetInData. He works with technologies like Hadoop, Hive, Spark, Flink, Kafka, HBase and more. He has helped a number of companies ranging from fast-growing startups to global corporations. Adam regularly blogs about Big Data and he also is a frequent speaker at major Big Data conferences and meetups. He is the co-founder of Stockholm HUG and the co-organizer of Warsaw HUG.

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