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Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
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Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
Software developer then, co-founder and CEO of Code Poets now. Passionate about blockchain and bioinformatics projects. https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianzamorski/
8 min read
Feb. 11, 2021
Blockchain based projects hold a special place in our hearts; after all, we pride ourselves on working in innovative industries and there are few more innovative notions than this technology and the solutions it offers. That’s why when presented the [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
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Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
Software developer then, co-founder and CEO of Code Poets now. Passionate about blockchain and bioinformatics projects. https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianzamorski/
7 min read
Jun. 01, 2020
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Code Poets’ main passion is… writing code. Obviously. We do our best to structure our work so that programming is always the #1 priority. But once you start coding as a part of a bigger organization, there are other tasks and responsibilities that [...]
Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
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Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
8 min read
Feb. 07, 2020
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I’ve been interested in game development for a long time. During my university years, I would manage to pass some of my courses with minor game projects. But due to a lack of time I could never approach this subject more seriously. So when one of us [...]

Karol Beker
Karol Beker
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Karol Beker
Karol Beker
7 min read
Dec. 10, 2019
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Choosing the right framework from the start can accelerate development time and help any company get to market faster at a lower cost. A web framework is a prebuilt tool that provides your developers with prewritten, tested, and secure code. As [...]
Jakub Czachura
Jakub Czachura
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Jakub Czachura
Jakub Czachura
7 min read
Dec. 03, 2019
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The healthcare sector is one that functions on the security and validity of its ever-increasing amounts of data. Data is shared between patients, doctors, and medical institutions. Data is used to diagnose issues and track health, as well as track [...]

Joanna Stawiarska
Joanna Stawiarska
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Joanna Stawiarska
Joanna Stawiarska
6 min read
Nov. 12, 2019
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As a novice programmer, after a long time of working with Java, I got an opportunity to return to my roots (which was JavaScript for me). A few months ago, an applicable syntax and rules in JavaScript seemed to be intuitive and understandable. Then [...]
Maciej Samerdak
Maciej Samerdak
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Maciej Samerdak
Maciej Samerdak
10 min read
Oct. 21, 2019
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This year we've decided to take part in PyCon PL — a Polish edition of PyCon, a worldwide conference organized for and by the Python community. The conference lasted for 4 days, between September 12th and 15th in Zawiercie, Silesia. It hosted [...]

Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
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Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
Software developer then, co-founder and CEO of Code Poets now. Passionate about blockchain and bioinformatics projects. https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianzamorski/
6 min read
Jun. 15, 2020
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As I’m sitting down to write this, it is June 2020. The world isn’t over (obviously), but the world-as-we-know-it — certainly feels quite distant. The coronavirus pandemic has touched almost every industry and human life aspect, IT being no [...]
Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
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Adrian Zamorski
Adrian Zamorski
Software developer then, co-founder and CEO of Code Poets now. Passionate about blockchain and bioinformatics projects. https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianzamorski/
7 min read
Jun. 01, 2020
Sheetstorm.jpg
Code Poets’ main passion is… writing code. Obviously. We do our best to structure our work so that programming is always the #1 priority. But once you start coding as a part of a bigger organization, there are other tasks and responsibilities that [...]

Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
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Adam Karpiński
Adam Karpiński
8 min read
Feb. 07, 2020
mpv_development_small.jpg
I’ve been interested in game development for a long time. During my university years, I would manage to pass some of my courses with minor game projects. But due to a lack of time I could never approach this subject more seriously. So when one of us [...]
Karol Beker
Karol Beker
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Karol Beker
Karol Beker
7 min read
Dec. 10, 2019
python_frameworks_small.jpg
Choosing the right framework from the start can accelerate development time and help any company get to market faster at a lower cost. A web framework is a prebuilt tool that provides your developers with prewritten, tested, and secure code. As [...]

Jakub Czachura
Jakub Czachura
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Jakub Czachura
Jakub Czachura
7 min read
Dec. 03, 2019
block_chain_health_small.jpg
The healthcare sector is one that functions on the security and validity of its ever-increasing amounts of data. Data is shared between patients, doctors, and medical institutions. Data is used to diagnose issues and track health, as well as track [...]
Joanna Stawiarska
Joanna Stawiarska
×
Joanna Stawiarska
Joanna Stawiarska
6 min read
Nov. 12, 2019
java_type_script_small.jpg
As a novice programmer, after a long time of working with Java, I got an opportunity to return to my roots (which was JavaScript for me). A few months ago, an applicable syntax and rules in JavaScript seemed to be intuitive and understandable. Then [...]