My journey into wondrous universe of software development started in the wake of the dot-com boom mostly by being proud drawing and colouring HTML tables and calling it “web design”. Disputable as being a proper development, it was my attempt to build something - me. Something that is driving me to this day.
Very soon, Internet evolved and badly styled HTML tables simple didn’t cut it for me anymore. World was changing and days for a static Internet were numbered.
As a solution, I introduced myself to Microsoft's new C-flavoured language called C# (you might heard of it, yes the one without pointers) and acompanying .NET framework. Armed with hard-copied prints of whatever C#/.NET material I could get my head on, I became - obsessed.
Some time after, it was clear that product paradigm is shifting towards web-based solutions, and, naturally, this is where I wanted to be.
In my spare time, when I’m not trying to change the world by pushing (non useful) things to GitHub, I’m trekking with my girlfriend, I’m a wannabe rockstar, I try to suck less at photography, relive my rowing days or trying to catch my breath after swimming (mostly floating) 50 m in a swimming pool.