Hello, my friend. Stay awhile and listen.

My name is Paweł and I’m based in Kraków, Poland. For several years I’ve been working as a technical translator. In December 2016 I’ve decided to shift my focus on something I was into many years ago – development. I’m trying to get to grips with front-end techniques on my own and, at the same time being a student of Coder’s Lab boot camp, commit to the back-end stack.

I mainly write about overcoming issues of a fresh programmer, while doing my best to provide useful insights that I hope other beginners may find useful. Feel free to check my portfolio, comment and accompany my journey! 🙂

What I like the most about programming is the consistent stream of challenges. We can dive in it, set goals for ourselves and learn new things every day. And even if we master a particular concept, a design pattern, a framework or the entire stack, there’s so much more to explore!

I’ve studied Business Administration at Mälardalen University in Sweden and I completed a BSc in Production Engineering and Management at the University of Economics in Poland. I later stood a chance to cooperate with both start-ups and corporations. Currently, I’m working remotely for one of the GAFA enterprises, where I’m responsible for linguistics, translation, and localization.

When I’m not at a computer caffeinating, I travel, participate in track days, bike or watch Fight Club and Twin Peaks a thousand time.