Another year running Enclave Games have passed, so let's do the usual summary of the last twelve months and highlight entirely missed predictions from the previous one.
After the first meetup in Berlin two years ago it was time to have the second gathering of Mozilla Tech Speakers - this time in the Paris office.
I had the pleasure to be at the very first edition of the JSCamp conference that happened last month, on July 18-20th in Barcelona.
June went through really quick because of the All Hands - first the preparations, then the actual week in San Francisco, and then the next one recovering from jetlag, and another catching up on emails and stuff.
I was invited recently to the global gathering of all the Mozilla's employees and selected volunteers, second time in a row after the All Hands in Austin last December - this time it happened in San Francisco between June 11th and 15th.
I'm getting back to the 'tradition' of publishing monthly reposts three weeks late. This time the usual structure of the report will be a little different than the usual with a focus on the 'Other' section.
It's been a few months since I started working on the Progressive Web Apps series of articles for MDN Web Docs, it was way longer when I wanted to actually start doing that but didn't have the time, yet the story finally have a happy ending.
Today's blog post is less serious than the usual ones - it's going to be about our new employee. It took me a few months to finalize this transfer, but I'm happy to announce the Enclave Games crew got bigger: we have Barbie on our side.
Last week, on March 14th, I went from Warsaw to Katowice for the joint event between Meet.js and Gamedev.js, a meetup we organized together - not the first one, and definitely not the last.
I'm not sure if it's possible to go even deeper, but during the last weekend of January 2018 there was an event inside an event, that was part of the bigger event.