2015

What does a year of making

apps in Monterail look like?

scroll down, to find out!

it looks like meeting people

31

new team members

including 4 foreign people

400

office visitors

5

hosted events in the office

including Aula Polska, UX Wrocław, meet.js and ng-wroclaw

31

overall speakers

including amazing folks from Brand24, RightHello, Uselab, Divante and more

126

people participated in Wrocław’s first edition of Aula Polska

130

people on jumpstarted UX Wrocław event

185

students attended
our Web Apps Scientific Circle

at the Wroclaw University of Technology

25

Monterailians on different conferences

4

client visits

2 at our office and 2 at clients premises worldwide

it looks like hard work

2354

JIRA tickets completed

290

hours of client calls

22

major releases

3692

pull requests

17

codetunes posts

it looks like treats

Belgian chocolate

was our favourite ice cream flavour

We ate 1135 scoops of locally manufactured, delicious ice cream

65

liters of Monterale

Product of our own Monterale Breweries

672

kilograms of fruits eaten

275

planted flowers in our office

5

small visitors

Zuza, Logan, Fafik, Żbigniewa & Piotr’s dog

29231

shared bonuses on Bonusly

it looks like fun

We moved to our new office

and this is how we designed it

We threw a birthday party

for unforgettable 5 years of Monterail

And a wonderful Christmas party

16

team integration events

90

instax photos on our walls

This is our favorite gif

We watched a sun eclipse

it looks like some tech

416

cucumber scenarios

0

lines of PHP and jQuery code

that's right!

started using

ES6 and webpack

it looks like commitment

5

new long-term clients relationships

Alina participated in Rails Girls Summer of code

and she blogged about her experiences

3

pro bono organisations supported

it looks like knowledge

We started Point 1

dedicated time for self-development, fun projects and research

Our 6 most read books

Eloquent Javascript, You don't know JS, The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers, High Performance Browser Networking, Object Oriented Design in Ruby by Sandi Metz & Good to Great

it looks like speed

10

people regularly riding a bike to work

We created our own

DeLorean

on October 21st, when Marty came back from the future

6

internal apps delivered