I tried to write my own blog 3 times so far. Each time after publishing a few posts I found out that I don’t have enough time for it. Probably my main problem was that I always wanted to write everything from the scratch – so I have never used… Read more »
Usually I don’t have time 🙂 Last year almost every month I tried to attend Agile Silesia meetings. But every month something happened and I just postponed my “first time”. So I decided to change my strategy. I sent an email if they want me to give them a talk… Read more »
Second time I was able to talk about distributed teams in agile oriented companies (First time I have this talk on InfoMeet event in Kraków). This particular talk is mostly my personal story of mistakes and problems that I had to face on my daily basis at work. IT Career… Read more »
Slides (in Polish) from my presentation about introducing Continuous Delivery in old legacy projects. I was very proud to give this talk three times so far: Infomeet Kraków 2014, Infomeet Wrocław 2014, CareerCon Kraków 2015 This talk was mostly about basic steps that can be very easily missed if you… Read more »
BulletJournal is a simple yet very powerful method for organisation of daily and monthly tasks using just a regular paper notes. What I really like about it that by using it one can get very easy personal solution for regular retrospective. Just look at this video:
Video (unfortunately recorded by smartphone) and Slides from my talk about efficient maintaining your own IDE and personal developer toolbox. Video and slides are in Polish. This talk was prepared for IT HappyHours event (Wroclaw University of Technology) – 2.06.2014.
I conducted this talk three times: IT Happy Hours, Czestochowa University of Technology, 03.04.2014 (Fb event), SKN IPIJ (Students organization), Silesian University of Technology, 10.04.2014 (event), Private talk, 29.05.2014 Here is very first version for this talk (used even before first version described in this article during some my academical… Read more »
Slides from my talk (BIT Festival, Silesian University of Technology, 23.11.2012) about Google Guava library with some live coding.
About three months ago I came across a tool (thanks to the Silesian JUG!) that promised to accelerate and facilitate searching and browsing over server logs. Sceptical as I was, I had a quick look at the short tutorial: Youtube Video – Retrospective Tutorial . I decided to have a closer look… Read more »