tomasz_grabski

Tomasz Grabski

Content Manager

Responsible for almost every word written in those awesome blog posts. It's one of his ways of turning himself from being a wannabe writer to being a real writer. Meanwhile, he tries to remember all the chestnuts in the world, and at least one person laughs afterwards. Also, he is football on TV enthusiast, book lover, and sometimes a gym amateur.

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How Technology Helps Business Travellers

Are you a business traveller? It could be an interesting article for you. Cost and time optimisation are the main challenges for business travellers. A lack of optimisation results in tiredness, frustration, and spending more money than previously planned. Organisation of short and frequent travels causes some difficulties for both smaller and bigger companies, but […]

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Talk-SHow #3: Imagine Cup participants from SoftwareHut

Imagine Cup 2017 – edition sponsored by many companies, including SoftwareHut. Robert Strzelecki, our CEO, was one of the jurors. During his presentations, he was boasting about SoftwareHut employees who have taken part in Imagine Cup many times. He told that they are excellent employees, which characterises by their passion, engagement and maverick way of […]

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Residents of Białystok in Microsoft’s Talent Forge

The finals of the prestigious Imagine Cup – the largest startup competition for students, will take place on April 26th and 27th. Students of information sciences at the University of Białystok and Białystok University of Technology have already taken part in this competition many times, and those with greater experience have also served as mentors […]

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TalkSH-ow #2: The IT industry breaks its silence

Interview with Maciej Aniserowicz and Robert Strzelecki, the initiators of the SoftwareHut Speaking project, which promotes the trend of brand-building as a professional speaker among programmers. Maciej Aniserowicz – programmer, trainer and author of the most popular programming blog in Poland – devstyle.pl, the devtalk.pl podcast, also a vlogger and speaker at the most important […]

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IT World is Silent. Does Technical Dialogue Have to Be Boring?

Industries cooperating with IT world see a lack of soft skills among specialised people. A problem with communication, time-consuming translation from business language to technical language, and misunderstanding of requirements – does it sound familiar? Although the world runs forward, there is a stereotype that a programmer is a person who can communicate only with […]

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