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Public speaking – 5 reasons why you should try it

I began my journey with public speaking over two years ago. Those first steps were easier than I expected. I want to share my feelings on why it’s worth setting out on your own public speaking journey in your company / community group / work team. When I say “public speaking”, I don’t mean just […]

In Uncharted Waters

Part III of Cycle: Maintenance of Mobile Applications   Abstract In this part of the Cycle, I would like to focus on my experiences with marketing. I mean both promotions through ASO and app-promoting platforms. Previous article.   Information about the App How to promote your app? Google Play Console suggests a number of possibilities to […]

Phase 2.0

Part II of Cycle: Maintenance of Mobile Applications   Abstract This is the second part of the cycle about maintenance of mobile applications. In this publication, I’m going to focus on a few simple tricks available to every developer, i.e. it’s going to be about ideas, strong will and what is worth considering in the developer […]

How to needlessly lose your time

Part I of Cycle: Maintenance of Mobile Applications   Abstract This piece is an introduction to several articles about challenges you need to face when you publish and maintain mobile applications in the Google Play store. After reading it, you should know what NOT to do at the stage of application maintenance.   Ready, steady, go! […]

How about leaving your comfort zone and write a book?

  I’ve been a system administrator / engineer for around 10 years. During that time, I’ve gained experience mostly in gas and banking industry, working with many various systems. Now, I am at Objectivity, and I’ve already been here for around 1.5 year. The last few months were really nutty, because – as some of […]

Learning with colour…

I’ve been creating, building or transforming businesses for over 25 years now, but before that I was a developer. And whilst it’s been a long time since I wrote software professionally, I still love to have a side project to help me learn new things (and it’s a more useful hobby than doing a crossword!). […]

Real time audience analysis with Microsoft cognitive services

There is some debate surrounding the birth of AI (Artificial Intelligence). John McCarthy used the term at the Dartmouth Conference in 1956. This was the year that Elvis Presley released his first hit record, Heartbreak Hotel. At the same time, IBM created a computer with a 5Mb hard drive. A breakthrough in technology, the computer […]

Are Values in Business our Fair Weather Friend?

When I was in Warsaw in 2015, I met a lady called Zofia Dzik and late last year, she asked me if I would speak at a conference she was organising. The subject is very close to my heart and so of course I agreed. This blog isn’t a transcript of my speech but it’s […]

Officiousness is worse than totalitarianism

Let me put a little part of myself at stake. I’ll redirect some management fire towards myself and try to explain why doing more and enforcing to do so does exactly the opposite. And drive everyone around closer to that thin line marking where inner peace transforms into berserk rage. The key assumption is: doing […]

Know yourself. How to be a better teammate.

Every person is unique. Some of our traits are gained from genetics, some are ingrained in us by Environment during upbringing. Our whole life makes every one of us completely different… In a place of work, people doing the same job are still only slightly similar in their knowledge and capabilities. Some of our behaviours […]