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My name is Tomek Kaczanowski. I live in Kraków (Poland). I am test-infected and I hope to be very contagious. :)
I was a speaker at few conferences, including Geecon, 33rd Degree, Confitura and JDays, JUG meetings, and occasionally wrote few articles.
I used to be involved in Gradle community. I'm not a committer there, but I helped by taking care of some parts of documentation (i.e. Gradle cookbook), and testing latest snapshots.
This blog is dedicated to my various coding activities (Java, testing, Gradle etc.). I try not to increase the information smog, so you should expect not very frequent, but hopefully interesting posts here.
Feel free to contact me by mail.
The motto of this blog is taken from John Carmack:
"Programming is not a zero-sum game. Teaching something to a fellow programmer doesn't take it away from you. I'm happy to share what I can, because I'm in it for the love of programming."
There is also one open-source project that I develop. It is called Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Library. If you are into the game theory then give it a try.
I hope you'll find some useful information on my blog.
|After all development years, I'm still a pathetic yellow belt on JBB, lol :)|