Piotr Zientara

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My name is Zientara, Piotr Zientara CEO @Xfaang

As "Little Piotr Zientara”, a 12-year-old kid, I used to hang out at a small shop in Saska Kępa with my friend where we met a passionate man who played and sold games every day. Right then, I told myself I wanted to do the same in the future. My dad wasn’t very happy about that idea and tried hard to discourage me. Later, the shop expanded... Its name was CD Project, now globally celebrated as a pioneer in digital gaming. As fate would have it, the childhood friend who I used to play games with is Piotr Czubak, one of the greatest minds in software development today. In late 2019 we decided to give our dream a push and founded Xfaang - an environment for big tech experts to synthesize and scale innovative software solutions. Meanwhile, I'm a

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No man is an island, therefore your development depends on the growth of the communities you belong to. The more you invest in those around you, the more they give back and continue to contribute around

Piotr Zientara

Xfaang CEO, the keeper of the fire of WarsawJS Community

I can assist YOU in the following:

Xfaang provides leadership from big tech!

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Xfaang - Leaders from big tech

Between 2014-2020 I gave dozens of talks on subjects related to technology, in addition to serving as Master of Ceremonies for over 100 events

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    Filozofia w programowaniu

    Type of Web – rozmowa z Piotrem Zientarą

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  • 02

    AskQL narodziny technologii

    C_tech - Katowice - 5.08.2020

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  • 03

    Curriculum for a JavaScript programmer

    Frontend Connect 2019 - Warsaw - Palace of Culture - 27.11.2019

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  • 04

    The Developer`s career path

    WarsawJS Meetup #61 01.10.2019

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  • 05

    Prawie połowa Polaków pracuje podczas urlopu

    Pytanie na Śniadanie, TVP1

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  • 06

    Jak programowanie może zmienić zawodowe życie?

    Zawodowcy #52 -15.03.2019

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    Cyfrowa edukacja młodzieży i seniorów

    Człowiek 2.0 Tok.fm, 10.02.2018

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    Switching between React and React Native

    WarsawJS Meetup #49, 12.09.2018

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    How to begin a new project with React?

    WarsawJS Meetup #37, 26.09.2017

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    Writing your first Amazon lambda using JS

    WarsawJS Meetup #25, 14.09.2016

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    Uczenie się rubiego i railsów

    WRUG 03/2015, Warsaw

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    What is fundamentally wrong in testing semantics?

    WarsawJS Meetup #51, 01.12.2018

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    First steps with Ember CLI

    WarsawJS Meetup #2, 28.10.2014

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Our craving for generality has - as one - source … our preoccupation with the method of science. I mean the method of reducing the explanation of natural phenomena to the smallest possible number of primitive natural laws; and, in mathematics, of unifying the treatment of different topics by using a generalization. Philosophers constantly see the method of science before their eyes, and are irresistibly tempted to ask and answer in the way science does. This tendency is the real source of metaphysics, and leads the philosopher into complete darkness. I want to say here that it can never be our job to reduce anything to anything, or to explain anything. Philosophy really is 'purely descriptive'.

Ludwig Wittgenstein

philosopher

Some of Blogposts

I posted several blogposts and give the links here:

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I can empower your business, advise in technology, help you with realizing non-profit or commercial ideas. Also, I will be happy to speak at your conference! Just drop me a message