Pictures from IT Community User Group Križevci 01/2023 : Tomislav Fučkar

Pictures from IT Community User Group Križevci 01/2023
by: Tomislav Fučkar
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Last month I was speaking at the IT Community User Group in Križevci, Croatia.

Križevci is a small city located northeast of Zagreb. If you're going by car, you need less than an hour to get there (of course, if your start your ride in Zagreb 😁).

My host was Goran Žarinac who was responsible for the organization of this event and everything in regards to IT Community User Group Križevci. We're friends now, but only a few years ago I did not know him. The first time we met was in Zagreb while I was attending another conference. We quickly realized we had a lot in common so there had to be some collaboration in the future. Well, COVID happened and our collaboration was delayed.

Last year we met again while we both attended Kulendayz (yap, with "z" 😁) conference where we finally agreed about the content I would present. It had to be identity/security related, because those two topics are of most interest to me. In the end the title was Implementing AD Tiering Model in 60 minutes.

The pictures from the session are bellow. Unfortunately, this time I don't have any pre/post session pictures to share, but I promise I'll take some next time.

Thank you!

I'd like to thank Goran Žarinac for inviting me and of course, to all the people that physically came to this session. I hope I'll present there soon with another interesting topic.

P.S. The chocolate I got for present was great! 😉 Once again, thank you!

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February 06, 2023 at 08:11AM
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