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My today’s thoughts about work, relations and legacy: If you have much work to do, but only 24 hours a day You need to delegate your work to skilled people such as you. But how to make more of you? I am not talking about procreation and sex Which is some sort of solution, but long-term I’m...

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Once again, Polish Programmers are on the top

Posted by evolic | Posted in Programming, World Cup | Posted on 12-06-2014

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Today I would like to share a good news about Polish Programmers, who won the World Cup called “Hello World Open” located in Helsinki (Finland).

Among over 2 500 programmers from 90 countries, our team from Poznań (named Need For C) was the best.

It is not a big surprise that one of this great team member works for Google Poland :)

Polish team was better than Brazilian, Finnish, Russian, etc.

[EN] International Workers’ Day in Poland, Europe

Posted by evolic | Posted in Events in Poland, Holidays | Posted on 01-05-2014

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Today we are celebrating International Workers’ Day.
In Poland we are celebrating also 10th anniversary of the joining Poland into the European Union in 2004.

Polish presence in the European Union

There are many concerts related to our presence in the EU, paid – of course from the money Poland got from the Union. To be honest – it’s Polish money, because we are putting some amount of money from our taxes to European Union moneybox and receive it back (more or less) for certain projects according to EU policy and priorities for developing Poland as the member to fix all problems related to over 40 years of being ruled by communists.

Poland has changed a lot from 1989.