Why work here? Why Chilid, why Gliwice?
Gliwice is the city where I completed my studies and I really liked it. And why Chilid? Because it’s a constantly developing place and in not so obvious directions.
Do you have any strange phobias?
Maybe it’s not a serious phobia, but … I hate using moving staircases in shopping centres.
What’s playing in your headphones right now?
At this moment, Organeks’ concert on Męskie Granie tour.
How do you recharge?
During the week, a calm evening in front of a good TV series is enough, but at the weekends a trip outside the city is the perfect way to recharge.
Is there something that you are especially proud about?
There was one thing at work which I am very proud about; it was the moment when a group of people working together on a project became a solid team, and together we showed great engagement in the project. We organised ourselves a “night hackathon” for the project which showed real team spirit and was greatly appreciated by our client 🙂
How long have you worked as a Scrum Master?
Not so long. I started my adventure with Scrum about 4 months ago.
Why not development or graphic design?
Haha, let’s just say I’m not skilled enough to try either development or graphic design. However, I shyly keep my fingers crossed that after a few months soaking up the IT environment, I will discover at least the basics of programming.
Tell me about the most interesting thing in your work?
The thing I like most about my job is the variety. Every day I have an opportunity to work on different things, with different approaches required and the chance to meet people from all over the world. For sure, I am never bored at work!
What interests do you have other than work?
Thanks to my parents, mountains are my passion. It evolved from hiking into different types of climbing. It is also connected with travelling throughout Europe (and hopefully the rest of the world in the future 🙂
Who did you want to be as a kid?
I think as a kid I wanted to become Indiana Jones. Live a life full of adventures, travels, and gain great knowledge about geography and ethnology at the same time. Doesn’t it sound fantastic?