Looking for a lawyer? This app lets you browse and search lawyers by category, ranking and location. You can upload a snapshot of a legal document you need help with and let Lawyer Up automatically find lawyers with matching skills. You can also review lawyers you know or create your own profile.
This app helps was built to digitize a charity's raffles. Ticket sellers upload a list of potential donor emails to send out a template notification. Sellers are supervised by team leaders. Donor data can can be reused for future campaigns.
This simple static site advertises an improv group. It was displays clearly on small screens and does not use CDNs outside China. (Maintenance ended in October 2016.)
This online store includes a customer menu and an order panel, plus an inventory management interface for the store owner.
This little app checks where you are and shows the current weather. Perfect for windowless offices.
This Tic-Tac-Toe will make you feel smart. Moves by the computer are completely random, so you have a good chance of winning.
The Pomodoro Clock reminds you to take a break from work every 25 minutes. You can adjust the length of both the work and rest intervals.
Check the current time. You can adjust the size and colour of the display.
Calculator are like staplers: never around when you need one. Need a calculator? Here you go.
I have used JQuery on a few projects and appreciate the convenience it offers.
I have worked on projects with a considerable amount of CSS. I have used Stylus and SASS. I like using variables and BEM.
I have used and adapted Bootstrap on a number of projects.
NodeJS is my favourite platform to build on.
I have switched to using Webpack but still have a soft spot for Gulp.
I have worked with Mongo, MySQL and PostgreSQL.
I use Git and for my own projects and codebases I work on with teams.
I have deployed to Amazon Web Services, Digital Ocean, Heroku, Now. I am familiar with Plesk, DNS and can find my way around a Linux box.
since the early 1980s
I grew up in a small town in Poland. I went to university in Warsaw. My gap year in Asia turned into nearly ten and into a very real job.
I studied languages, communication, culture and took a selection of business, legal and science subjects. While at university, I did some corporate training, interpreted at conferences and translated technical texts. I used to be fuent in German and can get by in Mandarin.
I worked on defining and implementing teaching standards with a range of higher education institutions. I shepherded hundreds of students and dozens of teachers through university-based learning programs.
I managed a number of junior lecturers working for colleges and universities. I oversaw recruitment, training, reporting and product design and delivery. I supported marketing and sales.
I learned to code because I saw potential in automating proceses like information gathering or task tracking. I quickly realized I enjoy the logic coding involves and I find creating app stuctures satisfying.