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DUMP Days was organized by the DUMP Association and happened this year on May 14th and 15th. It was an event where various tech companies and organizations gathered to present what they are doing. Some even accepted job applications and also gave free lectures and workshops.
At the exposition section of DUMP Days, each company did its best to present itself well. You could talk to the company representatives and also ask them whatever you wanted. They were also giving out gifts such as T-shirts, tote bags, pens, notebooks, etc.
Most people liked that very much!
There were also many interesting quizzes and small tasks you had to complete. Also sports competitions, including a FIFA competition, which is really special for this type of event.
Along with the exposition, there were also lectures on many interesting topics. I particularly liked the one that explained how to get started with NFTs which is very modern, and I also find it useful and fun.
DUMP Days lasted all day on both days and there were free drinks and food provided, so you could be there literally all day and really enjoy yourself!
This was a great experience because, regardless of your age, it is fun to meet people from companies like Rimac or Photomath that are very popular. We could learn a lot about their work, and the small tasks they set for the visitors elevated the atmosphere of the event, so it was never boring.
Besides getting to know companies and organizations, I also liked meeting a lot of new people who were polite and kind, and you could talk to each of them as if you always knew them.
All in all, this was a very good experience and I would like to repeat it as soon as possible!
The only thing I am sad about is that it is happening only once a year, but I will definitely come next year as well. 😀
This article was written by: Karlo Marasović
Photos by: Bruno Dubravec