Yep, this is me, Tomasz ✌️
My commercial career in IT started in 2015. Before, I was always thinking about working for digital companies but never expected to be a PM. In November 2015 I joined a small interactive agency where I was responsible for coordinating small digital projects, mostly the display campaign - in-stream video campaigns on partnership websites.
The particular project took 1-2 weeks (design + development) but usually, emission of ads have been planned for 1-3 months. Campaigns themselves covered a lot of different industries - beauty, games, food, automotive, and movie premieres.
It was my first real job as a PM, I learned a lot of things, but the most valuable for me: self-organizing, time management, and being detail-oriented. I currently have +5 years of professional experience.
I joined CrustLab at the beginning of September 2020. I liked the flat structure within the organization, agile and kanban as the main methodologies, and the feeling that CrustLab is making software for millions of people around the world - it meant that we're good at what we deliver.
I work for Sportech - one of the strongest worldwide players in the betting industry. The greatest value that it brings to me is satisfaction - our products are being used by millions of users and we're helping Sportech with digital transformation. I'm responsible for two key projects for this partner.
Young passionate team that I can fully trust.
I'd like to build my own product. Although I don't have a specific idea yet, I would like it to be something that would help some group of people, something that will make life easier. Investigating and verifying users' behavior, improving and adjusting the product to users' needs would be very satisfying for me. Of course, I'm doing it on a daily basis but in this case only for clients, not myself.
I like traveling - meeting new cultures, trying new food, my big dream is quite strange but I'd like to visit all post-soviet countries. Currently, I visited Estland, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine. My next trips aim to visit Russia and Armenia. I also like to spend free time with my family - living in a big city is comfortable but sometimes it's good to visit the family's small-town and relax in nature.
I like watching good movies (especially Science-fiction) because they're not limiting my imagination. I'd rather watch movies at home instead of going to cinemas. Playing online team-oriented computer games is the last hobby, but currently I don’t have enough time to go deep into it. My big passion is astronomy, policy, and futurology.
It’s always nice to get one with nature to unwind from the city life.
The book that made a strong impression on me and opened new horizons is The Dragons of Eden by Carl Sagan. Autor tries to combine human history, astronomy, psychology, biology, math, and computer science to give some overview of the evolution of humanity in the future. It's not a book written these days (1977), but impresses in predictions and speculations even now.
I don't have the general motto in my life, trying to live with a set of my 'internal rules' - not hurting anyone, helping others when I may, and fight till the end.
It's definitely not easy to say, but perhaps I'd like to meet with somebody from the future and hear about changes in the world, humanity, and the newest discoveries especially in the universe.
In high school, I was planning to be a software developer, later on, I was interested in digital marketing which is currently my great passion. Anyway, I always wanted to work with people and for people.
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