Open company, no bullshit, that's one of the Spartez core values. We're open to sharing, but also to learning. To talking about software development and product management, but also dev life and culture. And there's no better way to do this than to just meet each other and see what we're made of. So come over and let's get on with it!
In the first episode of our "Team.Products.Culture" podcast we talk about learning and why it is so easy to fall into the trap of "hard learning", even if you yourself are... a trainer! We discuss learning patterns and share our experience-based tips on how to deal with an overflow of information. How much learning does a software engineer need to do as part of his daily routine? How to process this flow of know-how and how to maintain it to always be able to recall everything you need to know? Is it even possible?
Bartosz Cytrowski is a former programming bootcamp trainer with over 3k hours spent teaching how to code, React expert and advanced fussball player. Builds web since 2006. Knows the difference between simple and easy. Believes that problems well-defined are solved already. Loves giving talks.
Michał Michalczuk is a Full-Stack Software Developer, IT trainer, sometimes speaker. TypeScript fan and promoter. Used to work with C# and ASP.NET stack, WPF, Silverlight, VisualBasic, Python and a lot of strange things. Now mostly focused on front-end development - previously Angular, now React and Node.js. Loves to talk and share knowledge.
Both Bartosz Cytrowski and Michał Michalczuk currently cultivate their passion for great software as Senior Software Engineers on the Spartez team.