Meet Michał, Daniel, and Mateusz - three programmers who referred each other to Clurgo over the course of several years. And they’re still with us! Their backgrounds may differ, but they have one thing in common – the belief that Clurgo is the place to stay.
How he didn't get hired at a nuclear power plant, what gas turbines have to do with airplanes, why he didn't major in computer science, what karate and programming have in common, and how he went from a gym to Clurgo—this and more in an interview with Lukasz Wełnicki, Senior Java Consultant and Team Leader at Clurgo.
Why does time seem to accelerate as we age? One theory says it's because every new memory takes up a smaller portion of our whole timeline. A year for a five-year-old equals 20% of their life. For a 25-year-old, it's only 4%. Apparently, our memories get cheaper over time. Or do they? Maybe some memories are worth more than others no matter how old we are because they're linked to powerful emotions. We like to think that's the case with our Associates, for example Krzysztof Boczkowski, the protagonist of another Clurgo game, in which he remembers his career with the company. You saw Part 1 two weeks ago, now it's time for Part 2. And if you'd like similar memories, apply to us today through the Career tab in the menu.
Did you know that every time we retrieve a memory, our brain slightly alters it? That means our most cherished memories, the ones we relive most often, are also the least accurate. In this post, you can alter the memories of Krzysztof Boczkowski, our front-end developer. You'll get four chances to change his timeline. How much will you veer from the real one? Find out at the end!
Let’s jog our memory: three weeks ago our developers found themselves in Cracow, attending the largest Java conference in Poland. If you couldn’t be there, don’t fret - we’ve got a short and sweet run-down for you: the three talks our team considered the most interesting.
You don’t need us to tell you that automation is the talk of the town in the insurance industry or that it saves time and money – after all, that’s what it was invented for in the first place. But perhaps you’re hesitating: is it worth the hassle? In most insurance companies, introducing automation requires major modifications to infrastructure, and the mere thought of it gives you a headache. Will it pay off in the end?
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