This is me, Michal!
I started working as an Android developer during my engineering studies in 2014 in a Krakow startup. As a day time student I combined my studies with 3/4 of my time working. Before that, because of my interest in computers, I worked as an "IT guy", but I didn't like this job so I was looking for another one.
This is how I started my apprenticeship as a backend developer and shortly thereafter became an Android developer. Apart from writing code, I was encouraged to work in this position by additional challenges in the form of user reactions and the use of hardware, e.g. cameras, bluetooth and others, which were not available as a backend developer.
The job offer at CrustLab was an interesting new challenge for me. As an Android development expert, I was entrusted with the role of not only a developer but also a person having a real impact on the company's development and expansion of the Android development team.
I have over 10 Android development projects under my belt, both large and small. The most interesting and certainly worth noting are:
That said, I do not have a favorite project. The most satisfying projects are the ones that are well received by end users. There is no better reward for a developer for his or her work than 5/5 stars on Google Play.
A team of specialists who are good at what they do. I know I can always rely on my teammates.
I don't have great fantasies about life. I focus on the mundane things that I can influence. I am getting closer and closer to implementing my plans, which are starting a family and building a house for homeless kittens. What allows me to take a break from work and refresh my mind are fast cars and Japanese anime.
Cats and fast cars go hand in hand - in that order.
Usually, I do DIY, I learn new things, often not related to IT. I learned the basics of AutoCAD on my own, designed a car phone holder, which I then sent to a company that cut sheet metal parts, then completed it, painted and installed it.
In my home workshop, I use old furniture to make wooden elements such as houses for wild cats, a stand for bowls to make it easier for my cat to eat and other similar items. I am also interested in: car mechanics, electronics and electrics. More often in the past, however, I still spend my time playing Playstation 4 games.
I cannot answer this question, each book carries some value. I like to read scientific articles, regularly visit portals such as kopalniawiedzy.pl and read about everything. I like curiosities from the world of science.
Everything happens for a reason.
Travelling and exploring the wonders of the world.
God, I have a lot of questions.
Another developer, and if we exclude IT, I think any engineer or technical person.
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