Bartosz doing his magic at work
I have been in front-end development for 2,5 years. My adventure with software development has been going on since I started my studies at the Cracow University of Technology and met my first mentor. I went to college without any specific plans. The only thing I planned was that I would like to work in an IT company in the future, but without any details.
At university, I met Tomek, an experienced frontend developer. Tomek infected me with a passion for frontend development and became my mentor. Thanks to him, I learned a lot, later he also helped me find my first job in a team where he was a Team Leader.
We have worked together for two years and I am very grateful to him for all the guidance he received during that time.
I heard about CrustLab from a friend. When I saw a job offer at the company, a project description and the technology stack, I thought it was the place for me. After a year of work, I can confidently say that I was right. I really like the atmosphere at work. It is loose, can be fun, but still fully professional.
We work on interesting projects from various industries, which means that I am constantly learning new things. I feel that I will be able to grow as a frontend developer at CrustLab for a long time.
I have worked on an online exchange office, e-commerce systems, applications for creating presentations or applications in which you can buy a poster printed with a freely configurable map or a soundtrack. I also created applications launched from the messenger level which made traveling easier for users.
I also worked on mobile applications: medical and app to create collections for specific purposes. The most interesting project and the biggest challenge for me was the online currency exchange project, due to the mass of industry terms that we had to understand to properly implement the algorithms.
Looking great for the company photo, Bartosz!
Opportunity to develop my skills by learning from highly-skilled teammates.
I would like to cross Africa with a group of my friends on motorcycles. Although I do not currently have my own machine, I think that the best choice for such a trip would be the Honda CRF1100L AFRICA TWIN motorcycle, which can be easily driven on the road and off-road.
The first step I took towards realizing this dream is the license to ride a motorcycle. Then I would like to participate in a trip around the world.
Besides, I would like to reactivate my band and play a really big concert someday, e.g. at the Woodstock Festival.
In my spare time, in addition to music, I like cinema, most often they are action films or detective stories that keep you in suspense. Same with the series, my favorites are Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. I also devote a lot of time to sport as an amateur and only for fun. I love skiing and cycling depending on the season. In addition, I go to the gym, play football and basketball.
Traveling is a separate passion that I pursue in my spare time. I love communing with nature, visiting new beautiful places, meeting local people and learning about their culture and everyday life. I like to go to quiet places, not crowded with tourists, where people are smiling and open to others.
I usually plan my trips myself to make sure everything is buttoned up, but I also like to improvise. So far I have visited: France, Bulgaria, Romania, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Denmark. The most I would like to visit is the US, Thailand and Africa. I am not planning any trip now because of my last year of studies and writing my thesis, but as soon as I finish my studies I am going to go to the Maldives as a reward.
On one of my many trips travelling and capturing the scenery.
“Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson. This book was very motivating for me.
Work hard, travel a lot, listen to good music, drink good whiskey, and have fun with your friends.
I would like to play jazz with Louis Armstrong.
Backend developer or musician probably.
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