Bartłomiej WójtowiczChief Technology Officer
As a CTO I am responsible for making technology-related decisions, taking into consideration the specific business objectives. My goal is to facilitate the working process within a company by shaping a strategic plan tailored to the company culture. I closely cooperate with Product Owers and developers utilizing my expertise in narrow technical domains.
Blog posts that I worked on
Technical Debt - Identification, Measurement And Prevention
Basing on the things we have learnt so far, we can now move on to discussing the techniques of debt measuring and their use in the prioritisation, monitoring and prevention of technical debt.
Technical Debt In Software Development - The Definition And Why It Matters
Technical debt and the software entropy it brings lie beneath a lot of software making failures. Read this post to find out what technical debt is and where does it come from.
What Is AWS? An Introduction To Amazon Web Services In A Nutshell
AWS is now one of the most significant areas of profit for Amazon as a whole company. It’s also one of the biggest names in the whole of big data right now and it’s not going anywhere.
The Beginner’s Guide To DevOps | Definition, Principles And The Role Of A DevOps Engineer
Now is a great time to get involved with DevOps, and if it’s new to you then look no further than our beginner’s guide to it.
How To Rebuild Existing Software: Fixing And Updating Legacy Code
This post aims to explain the nuances of legacy code improvements, discuss common problems and provide you with best practices and tips on how to successfully go through this process.
Boosting File Uploads With Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration
This is a case study of how we managed to boost file uploads with Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration on one of our projects.
Infrastructure As A Code
Managing servers and infrastructures manually is not a very complicated task, but when you start working with multiple servers, manual configuration is getting more complex and almost unachievable. This is where the notion of Infrastructure as a Code comes in.
Writing A Regular Expression Tester In Crystal As A Learning Exercise
As a part-time Rubyist, I couldn’t ignore Crystal any longer (+ I enjoy learning new programming languages) so I decided to give it a try. Because I wanted to write something useful and contribute to the community, I was looking for a small idea in the Ruby world and spoiler alert… I found it.