Here is a list of my public talks so far. If you are organizing a conference or an event and would like me to speak there, let me know.



  • 27.06.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – Java User Group Wrocław
  • 15.06.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – Meet the Experts, Just Join IT, online


  • 03.06.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – Craft-IT Rzeszów
  • 02.06.2023 – S, BB, X, Y, Z, a – a plethora of generations in Tech – Devoxx Poland Kraków
  • 23.05.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – Code Europe Kraków
  • 31.03.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – Warszawskie Dni Informatyki online ( video )
  • 11.03.2023 – Impostor Syndrome in Tech – test:fest Wrocław
  • 20.11.2018 – The Art of Web API Design – 4developers Wrocław
  • 21.06.2018 – The Art of Web API Design – Devoxx Poland Kraków ( video )
  • 13.06.2018 – GoEuro Architecture Case Study – Wrocław University of Technology
  • 19.04.2018 – The Art of Web API Design – Geek Week Wrocław
  • 24.03.2018 – The Art of Web API Design – Boiling Frogs 2018 Wrocław ( video )
  • 20.02.2018 – The Art of Web API Design – Java User Group Wrocław ( video )
  • 23.11.2017 – The Art of Web API Design – Software Talks Wrocław
  • 08.12.2016 – Sweet Sixteen – Software Talks Rzeszów
  • 29.09.2016 – Sweet Sixteen – Software Talks Gdańsk ( video )
  • 22.09.2016 – Sweet Sixteen – Software Talks Wrocław


S, BB, X, Y, Z, a – a plethora of generations in Tech 


The conflict between generations is an eternal topic. There have always been the older ones – wise and experienced – and the younger ones – demanding, naive and unmannered. Or rather: the older ones – decrepit and hampering progress – and the younger ones – creative, brave and changing the world. 

But is it really? Are generational differences simply myths and harmful stereotypes – or are they facts useful for resolving conflicts and building productive cooperation, and even a better world?


So – what (if at all) are the generations of Gordon Moore, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Greta Thunberg different from each other? What is the Culture of Mysterious Children and Reverse Mentoring? Does history go in circles with a diameter of 80 years? What do we owe to the silent generation, and what does the future hold? And above all – how does all this affect the labor market and the IT world? 


Stay awhile and listen. 


*May contain traces of Star Wars, sailboats and derisive memes

Based on Episode 105 and Episode 106

Impostor Syndrome in Tech

IT impostor syndrome Do you ever get that awful feeling that you’re not good enough to do your job? That you lack skills, intelligence and talent? That everyone around you knows what they’re doing, and you just slip through by luck, chance, and appearing to be better than you really are? Do you live in fear that it’s only a matter of time before someone discovers you’re just a fraud? 

You are not alone. 

According to research, Impostor Syndrome affects almost 90% of people working in IT. In this presentation, I will unravel this phenomenon, explore why it is so dominant in our industry, how one gets into a vicious circle and where it can lead to. I will discuss how the awareness of simple mechanisms will help you see your competencies and what tricks to use to defy the demons of insecurity. 

*May contain traces of rubber ducks.

Based on Episode 102

Sweet Sixteen – A handful of object-oriented programming principles

16 arbitrarily chosen principles of object-oriented programming and not only. How to create code that’s elegant, solid, efficient, consistent and loose at the same time. About no need of repeating oneself, being too smart, some things being unnecessary, being boring, befriending changes and characteristics of a good scout. Packed with examples from experience.

The Art of Web API Design – How to keep sanity while creating noisy applications

Web applications don’t talk with front-end and database only anymore. They increasingly often talk with each other. In order not to get crazy in this communication mess, it’s good to take a look at many aspects of creating web API. Let’s talk about Morville, Fielding, Richardson, resources, behavior, relations, parameters, headers, versioning, errors, security, performance health, and business. A bunch of tips on how to make consumers of our API happy. Warning: may contain traces of snakes and camels.

GoEuro Case Study – Cloud-Based Meta-Search Engine Microservices Architecture

How advanced CI/CD platform based on cloud, Docker, Kubernetes, and magic enables developers to perform over 600 deployments per week and enables users to easily find connections and buy tickets for almost any relevant means of transportation in Europe.


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