On July 3rd and 4th, 800+ Worldliners gathered in Seclin, France, for a two-day event focused on technology. This 10th edition of the TechForum eXplore welcomed 128 speakers from 11 countries and 20 locations. The event featured 50 conferences, 4 workshops and over 15 demos to attend.
Watch the event’s highlights and get inspired by its energy!
For the past 10 years, Worldline has been organizing the TechForum eXplore, an internal and international event gathering developers, project managers, experts and managers around the hottest tech topics. This year, the attendees could further deepen their knowledge on hot topics such as bots, Blockchain, data, security… and so much more.
The first day started with an enthusiastic keynote by Quentin Adam, CEO of CleverCloud, and ended with Mr Gilles Grapinet’s inspirational speech to all attendees. Worldliners also had the opportunity to meet the partners of this event: Hitachi, Dell Technologies, CheckPoint, Cisco and Gitlab, who presented their companies on their booths and during various conferences. Sébastien Blanc, from RedHat, also gave an enlightening keynote on the second day.
This event is also a place for Worldliners to meet with their far-away colleagues from other locations and other countries during an evening BBQ with games and late discussions. This is definitely a time they look forward to every year, since it strengthens their feeling of being part of Worldline’s big family.
What the participants had to say about the event:
“Still amazing to see how the company focusses on new topics without leaving important things behind.”
“I feel I can go deeper into new technologies.”
“It was a great experience to do my presentation for a full house!”
“I really enjoyed it. It was very interesting speaking with many experts from many different fields.”
“The audience is so motivated, so passionate, that makes it really unique!”
Relive the event via our Twitter Moment or on LinkedIn with the hashtag #WorldlineTeX and #WorldlineTeX10.
Photos credits: Frédéric Boyadjian
Video credits: Alexandre Switon