I'm a combo-wombo man who know how things should look like and is not afraid to write his own code. My wife says I make black magic which makes me feel even more pro.
I was a member of Smashing Magazine Experts Panel.
I'm also here on dribbble.
One cool thing: I'm an Adobe Photoshop CC Certified Expert:
I don't mean I know Photoshop or HTML in 100 percent. Maybe that's possible, but insane as well. Percentage values represents how I feel with a given subject. Mostly you would find me smiling when I am working with photoshop, but I may have confused face composing Flash banners though. It's all about the fields I would like to work in. And besides, I know Photoshop and HTML really well. I know how to use APIs and RESTful interfaces, know my way around git branches, can learn new technologies and principles really fast and what's most important: I'm advanced google and stack overflow searcher- I mean, I just know how to find informations.
More than a noob
Short list of technologies and programs that ease my workflow.
I have started to Learn French recently, but it was 6 months ago, so I won't include it in my list, because all I know is that I love you is Je t'aime and chou-fleur means cauliflower which is in my opinion the priettiest word in French. I was good in German, but I haven't used that language since my highschool.
I started really early, when I was 5 or 6 years old. I was SNES maniac playing mario and dizzy days and nights untill my father bought me Corel Photo-Paint 3 and taught me how to draw on PC, I was fully in from then and even Contra could not win with graphic software. I earned first money when I was 13, got 500 PLN for logo and website design - that was a boundary for me from when I count my years of experience. I remember the times of cutting everything to tables, I remember the times of no console/developer tools, css hacks, IE6 quirks, holy grail template, Pajączek text editor, dynamicdrive.com, scriptaculous hightime and world without grid systems, when people actually had to think while writing their own css.
My education has nothing to do with graphic design or web development (well, besides vector-drawings in autocad), but I strongly believe it's not all about diploma that makes one a good web dev. Mostly it's all about passion. My studies were picked by market demands and my worship of physics and math. Besides, Civil Engineering gives me a new way of thinking about planning and architecture of web apps. Funny that learning how to build skycrappers and bridges can give you that much in totally different spheres. By mix of my interests I was able to wrote few applications that help Engineers in drawing and computation process. I also get some trainings, inter alia, from Włodzimierz Gajda about developing in Symfony 2.3 from scratch.
Do you want to work with me? Just call me, write me, meet me.
I'm open for local and remote job offers.
Currently I reside in Warsaw city.