Who am I?

I'm a pragmatic problem solver. I have been working inside the Java and Groovy ecosystem since 2012, but I don't identify myself from a specific programming language, framework, or other technology perspectives. I prefer to choose the right tool to solve a particular problem instead. Sometimes you may find me coding in Java, Groovy, Bash, or even Haskell. Back in September 2014, I decided to make a career shift, and I became a full-time freelancer. It was one of the most important decisions I made career-wise. It opened new opportunities, like working (remotely) with startups around the globe or eventually joining Upwork.com in April 2017 to lead the continuous delivery transformation at the organization level.

Even though I'm 74% introvert, I believe in the power of community collaboration. That is why I started Toruń Java User Group in February 2014 - a community that keeps connecting and growing up to this day. Aside from this blog, I also run a YouTube channel where I publish video tutorials on a weekly basis. You can also find me on Stack Overflow, where I regularly try to answer questions tagged with groovy or jenkins-pipeline, to name just these two.

What is my blog about?

I use this blog to publish problem-solution types of articles to both - share my experience and knowledge with you and improve my learning skills by synthesizing thoughts. Whenever I sit down to write a new blog post, I start with "why?" question, and then I try to explain, step-by-step, how to solve this specific problem. My goal is not only to give you the answer but also to make all I can to clarify:

  • what is the root cause,
  • what potentially may go wrong,
  • how to prevent the problem from happening again,
  • and what we can learn more from this experience.

Let's stay in touch!

I will be more than happy to hear your feedback!

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