Talk'N'Roll Sabre Conference - A Conference like no other.
We want to change the stereotype of the IT specialist, who is always stuck to the screen and we want to show that IT and technology can inspire people to create interesting and ambitious projects. Talk’N’Roll is a Sabre Conference created by Sabre employees for passionate people willing to expand their horizons, learn and get inspired. Our mission is to provide a first-class non-tech conference and platform for the exchange of ideas and networking among people from all over the world representing diverse cultures and interests.
It is all about people. We are diverse, we are technologists or adventurers, team players and individualists. We experience, we act and we share with the others. We all are changing world in different ways.
Technology is a key for more and more aspects of our life. It changes us and our surroundings. no matter what it is there... everywhere 🙂
No one know the future, but we should stay curious to not miss the train.
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"Expect the unexpected"
This year’s common theme is: "Expect the unexpected". Many things has changed this year. We all are thinking through what the new normal will be and how it will influence our life, our future and habits. But unexpected things were always part of our life and nature. Sometimes being a source of fun, curiosity and game changers. Our analytical skills help us predict a lot of possible scenarios things can start behaving. Thanks to such ability human kind survived and dominate in the modern world. This year put us in the circumstances most of us or may be even no one can expect. It is a good lesson and strong impact to think what’s the most important in our life as it can disappear next day without warning. Maybe we should invest more time and energy to develop skills which can help us to adopt quickly to new unexpected environment, be more autonomic and independent from usual order of things.
Sabre Polska - the technological revolution in travel
20 years ago, one of the largest software companies in the world created its Development Center in Kraków. Sabre, a company that started as a joint initiative between American Airlines and IBM to create the world’s first computerized airline reservation system in 1960, is now a leader in the field of software for travel and transportation industries. Development Center in Kraków has built a knowledge base in the field of tourism solutions over many years. The technical skills of employees, combined with this knowledge, allow us to influence the directions of Sabre business development. At Sabre Polska, around 1500 people create software used by over 400 airlines and 175,000 travel agencies in over 160 countries. Our specialists are responsible for: • the modernization of the company’s technology platform – migration to the cloud based on micro-services and the platforms such as AWS or Openshift, • main products for the travel agencies – Sabre Red 360, which supports the daily work of many travel agents all over the world, • developing a portfolio of products supporting the operability of airlines – flight planning, crew management and aircraft servicing or systems maximizing airline profits using analytical data. Our combination of projects and company culture is so highly regarded that Sabre Polska has been twice named the best large company to work for in Poland by the Great Place to Work Institute. https://www.sabre.com/
Seasoned leader with years of experience which fortunately didn’t kill his curiosity about everything. Living in 21 century is a fair coincidence for him as technology is his favorite field together with public speaking.
Marian is a Team Lead in one of the projects in Sabre. He is also engaged in many communities (Young Professional Council program and Talk’N’Roll conference) and active member of our outside actions for example: Give Together & Give Time Together. After hours he spends time as amateur actor, salsa dancer, graphic & movies editor and has mind full of great ideas.
Great Talk’N’Roll enthusiast for the second time. In Sabre responsible for every kind of communication, in private life passionate about any kind of art expression, most recently on sketchnoting. Photographer, make-up artist, mum, wife and cat owner.
Her passion is self-development and design: art, interior, visual, UX and life design. After hours she is an active member of the “Sabre Women in Technology” community – organizing meetings for women and workshops for kids. She drives her positive energy from long walks with her dogs, intuitive painting, scuba diving and lazy days at the country side with lots of coffee
Administration team player with professional attitude to all required tasks. Definitely people orientated with good interpersonal skills. Always smiling and helpful, brightening the reception office. Deeply involved in the social Sabre events such as GTT, GT, Social Fund and Talk & Roll Conference. In her spare time Kasia likes the dynamic activities like cycling, hiking, swimming and skiing in the winter time.
Dmitriy Stinskiy works on Corporate Travel Services which allow our clients to use Sabre booking solutions through RESTful API. He’s passionate about technologies since they make our world more comfortable and cozy place. Dmitriy is also interested in self-development and interpersonal communication that’s why he’s happy to take part in organizing of Talk’n’Roll conference. Work-life balance matters to him so he’s regularly do different kinds of sport activities to refresh his mind and push his boundaries a bit further.
Scrum Master at Sabre Poland, fully interested in developing her skills and exploring new areas of managing teams. Engaged in many different internal projects and meetups . Loves to travel, meet new people and explore new places and things. Also one of her biggest passion is… food.
Senior Facility Coordinator at Sabre Poland. Ewa is extremely cheerful and passionate about people and what makes them tick. In her spare time she loves to read and try new exciting adrenaline-pumping things. She loves helping people and making things done!
18 November 2020