26.03.2021. | Author: Maximlian Kamenicky

Running a Camunda Meetup Group: Vienna

Ever wondered what it is like to host a meetup?
If you consider organizing a community project like that, it can help to get some insights on what to expect. As a sponsor and co-organizer of a big meetup, JIT can give you exactly this input.

Since Martin Schimak founded the meetup in 2016, it has grown into one of the largest Camunda meetups in the world. With 352 members, the Vienna meetup competes with two much larger countries, Brazil and Germany.

By now, a whole team of organizers (Peter Queteschiner, Stephan Heigl, Maximilian Kamenicky, Stephan Pelikan, and Martin Schimak) and a committed group of sponsors (PHACTUM GmbH, J-IT GmbH, and Plexiti GmbH) help to foster and grow the community and try to keep the content well balanced for both technology enthusiasts and business experts.
This blog will answer questions like: “What are some of the highlights from hosting a meetup?” and “Where to find content?”.

If you are interested, please read the full blog here: 

Maximlian Kamenicky
 JIT Software Engineer 

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