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People represent our company, which is why we make sure that they feel that it is the best place for them. We believe in our people – in their creativity and their maturity – and so we support them in their work and in fulfilling their potential. We inspire them to do things that inspire them. It is a perfect investment which works both ways – we have people working for us who love what they do, and we benefit from the results of their excellent work. That is why we keep people well fed and throw the best company parties on earth. Don’t believe us? Oh well, your loss!

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Meet our colleagues who’ll willingly help you in tough technical tasks—and will also take you on in a game of table football if you are up to the challenge!

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Mateusz Bodziony

As a man of the mountains and conqueror of Kilimanjaro, Pico del Teide and several other big peaks, he always says, with a smile on his face, that the road to the summit never leads you downhill.

As a man of the mountains and conqueror of Kilimanjaro, Pico del Teide and several other big peaks, he always says, with a smile on his face, that the road to the summit never leads you downhill. As an MVP he promotes best practices in the efficiency testing environment and in looking after the TREAT tools developed here at Objectivity as an exceptionally useful way to analyse test results. He takes part in actions connected to improving the testing process and adopting good and innovative practices within the testing teams.

He currently works as a Test Manager, as well as the leader of the Quality Engineers. He is one of our longest-serving specialists, having worked with us since 2009.

He is always working in high gear and his energy is inexhaustible – marathons, half-marathons, squash, football… He belongs to the group of travelers in the company of has achieved the status of guru in the “in your own hands” category.  He has been to Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Majorca, Lanzarote, Venice and Malta. In the same breath he will throw in a safari in Kenya and Tanzania, which you’ll certainly hear about if you work with him.

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Tomek Bień

The first thing to say about Tomek is that his life story is a closed book, because of the incredible things he has done in his life can only be said in a whisper under the cover of darkness…

The first thing to say about Tomek is that his life story is a closed book, because of the incredible things he has done in his life can only be said in a whisper under the cover of darkness…

Out loud we can talk about how he joined us in 2014 as a Senior Quality Engineer. He deals mainly with automisation and issues related to it. He’s been heavily involved in creating the company’s Framework tool for automatic web application tests in selenium, and he runs training on the topic.

As an MVP in automisation, he shows where to start and which areas to exploit. He will also willingly help in solving problems in that area. Any newbies interested in developing themselves can count on Tomek’s support.

Hard working days filled with professional adventures are balanced with sporting activities like squash, running and the gym. He also loves dark films. When he gets free time, he is planning a trip around the world with his family when kids are old enough.

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Tomek Fajks

If quality had a Mount Everest, Tomek would certainly conquer it. Since 2008 he has been working on the mysteries of automatic and performance testing in Objectivity.

If quality had a Mount Everest, Tomek would certainly conquer it. Since 2008 he has been working on the mysteries of automatic and performance testing in Objectivity. He says, with enthusiasm:

“Quality has always been important to me and I always believe I am able to improve something. My work is mostly about solving problems, running tests in new projects, and finding a shared approach to quality in Objectivity. As an MVP I help anyone who has problems with automatic tests, efficiency tests or security”.

Over the last 7 years he has been a part of most projects we have worked on and happily shares the experience he has gained during internal training for test teams and within the scope of groups which run Test Automisation. You can make use of his valuable knowledge in other themed groups like the Test Performance Group, Test Security Group, and Continuous Integration Team.

After work his fatherhood skills are put to the test, during active relaxation, by two energetic little ones.

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Marcin Żybura

As a child he wanted to be a forester and that is obviously why he purchased a large green area.

As a child he wanted to be a forester and that is obviously why he purchased a large green area. He admits that he is not the fastest driver on the forest tracks, but once he gets on the asphalt he is able to overcome some serious obstacles. He says the following about his work as a Chapter Leader Technical Architect and having to overcome program problems:

“As a programmer and architect, I reckon that the biggest challenge in our work is creating a correct model of the problem. Programming is just the art of telling a story, in which we describe how we want to help future system users. Sometimes there is the impression that, in well-defined models, the story can ‘take on a life of its own’ and it turns out that new requirements from the client can be added with ease or have already been implemented.”

As an MVP he propagates knowledge about technical themes supporting approaches to programming. Currently on the list are DDD, TDD, BDD, SOLID, Patterns, CQRS, and EF.

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Kamil Buczek

He created his first web pages in primary school, so we can say that the IT branch was a natural choice of career.

He created his first web pages in primary school, so we can say that the IT branch was a natural choice of career. He joined Objectivity in 2012 as Chapter Leader of Development and makes sure that it is not only the technical aspect that is addressed, but that the functionality, usability and visual layers of a proposed solution are completed on the highest possible level.

As an MVP he wants to widen knowledge – not only his own but that of others – within MVVM frameworks in JavaScript, discover new trends in the newest SPA applications, and share new ideas on CSS from the perspective of utilising preprocesors (LESS,  SASS-SCSS). Inside his team, he runs the FoodApp project (community), which aims to increase abilities within the scope of web applications.

Apart from his wealth of professional knowledge, he’ll also give you some life hacks that will set your head spinning. Out of nowhere you will hear why a 230V shock is not so bad, how to repair your beloved’s hair straightener, how to build a speaker, and which out of the way places are worth a visit.

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Julek Ćmikiewicz

Julek joined Objectivity in 2011. From that moment we have heard plenty of stories about his travels around the Eastern bloc or about secret underwater cars.

Julek joined Objectivity in 2011. From that moment we have heard plenty of stories about his travels around the Eastern bloc or about secret underwater cars.

In the role of a Team Leader Senior Software Developer, he strengthens his experience, as well as that of most of our teams working on both internal projects and those for our biggest clients.

As an MVP, he is involved in deepening and broadening the knowledge of topics like: TFS, ALM (Application Lifecycle Management), Communities, Attract, Recruitment, Continuous Integration & Deployment, DevOps, and Agile.

We often hear from him “Sure we can do it” or “Don’t worry, we’ll think of something”… and you can be sure that he is right.

He will also throw a few nuggets of golden information your way, and as a fan of history will tell you some interesting tales from the past. He also has a passion for model making. And he can even tell you where to eat in town (not only in Wrocław) and which track to choose in the mountains to really get your adrenalin pumping.

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Kasia Nowak-Rybka

She is full of Californian sun and her power makes the impossible happen – she is like detective Poirot when it comes to uncovering the mysteries of a client’s expectations towards a project.

She is full of Californian sun and her power makes the impossible happen – she is like detective Poirot when it comes to uncovering the mysteries of a client’s expectations towards a project. As a Chapter Leader Business Analyst, she also takes care to deliver solutions which ideally suit the character of the branch.

Thanks to her doctorate in Information Technology, she looks at projects and products from a wider perspective, not just from a business standpoint. This broad view is what she shares as an MVP, helping the timid new members of our team 🙂 When speaking about her work in Objectivity, she says: “I don’t have time to be bored. The cooperative atmosphere and pleasant relationships with clients make every day active and exciting. As a member of a large team of business analysts, I also work with UX specialists with whom we are able to exchange new thoughts and ideas. I am a leader, which allows me to not just admire and improve the work of my colleagues, but also to take an active part in it.”

In private she likes experimental cooking as well as sporting and travelling challenges. If she is not to be found in the office, she is certainly off on some wild journey—either in the kitchen or out in the wide world.

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