About Tomasz Dubikowski

Tomek is a Public Speaker and Trainer, working as Head of Engineering. He has 8 years of professional experience working as a Software Engineer, Scrum Master, Agile Trainer, Leader and Manager.
As an engineer, he is passionate about craftsmanship, propagating clean code, automated tests, behaviour driven development and domain-driven design. As a leader, he helps to build an organisational culture based upon autonomy, collaboration and trust so that developers are equipped with both the hard and soft skills necessary to build truly awesome products.
Tomek loves to change the reality around him. He is highly pragmatic, challenges orthodoxy at all levels and believes that there is always room for improvement. He is always eager to discuss and share his ideas.
 
Fun fact: I have a cat named Bacardi. 

Speech title:

IT: A Brief History of How We F*cked It All Up

About his speech:

Despite taming the demanding arcane of programming and reaching technological peaks, we keep making the same mistakes all over again. We expect a lot from others, bending the definition of professionalism ourselves. We criticise others, while not accepting criticism with grace. We complain, while not doing the expected things. So, we will look at the stories of a few developers who could certainly do a few things better. For themselves, and for everyone around.




About Tomasz Dubikowski

Tomek is a Public Speaker and Trainer, working as Head of Engineering. He has 8 years of professional experience working as a Software Engineer, Scrum Master, Agile Trainer, Leader and Manager.
As an engineer, he is passionate about craftsmanship, propagating clean code, automated tests, behaviour driven development and domain-driven design. As a leader, he helps to build an organisational culture based upon autonomy, collaboration and trust so that developers are equipped with both the hard and soft skills necessary to build truly awesome products.
Tomek loves to change the reality around him. He is highly pragmatic, challenges orthodoxy at all levels and believes that there is always room for improvement. He is always eager to discuss and share his ideas.
 
Fun fact: I have a cat named Bacardi. 

Speech title:

IT: A Brief History of How We F*cked It All Up

About his speech:

Despite taming the demanding arcane of programming and reaching technological peaks, we keep making the same mistakes all over again. We expect a lot from others, bending the definition of professionalism ourselves. We criticise others, while not accepting criticism with grace. We complain, while not doing the expected things. So, we will look at the stories of a few developers who could certainly do a few things better. For themselves, and for everyone around.