maciej łebkowski

Hello, my name is Maciej Łebkowski I’m a professional Software Engineer

About me

I am a business oriented, well communicating full-stack senior software engineer with over ten years of experience. I believe in trust, transparency, great and honest feedback, questioning everything, curiosity as a driver of all innovation and substantial discussions.

I make code, sometimes write and play board games in my spare time. I’m currently in charge of the technical side of a new project called Docplanner Phone.

Writing

  • How we do Scrum • in Professional

    Implementing only a part of Scrum is possible, but the result is not Scrum. We were slowly getting there, until we stopped to think about the problems we need to solve.
  • Unit tests code style • in Professional

    How our unit tests for higher-order became more readable and maitnainable.
  • Commenting code • in Professional

    Usually there is always a better way than just leaving a code comment
  • PHP • in Professional

    The role of the PHP language changed over the last two decades, and the job market along with it. What does this mean for products relying on it as a primary backend language?
  • A tale about two candidates • in Professional

    Two recruitment processes that taught me that you shoudln’t always make an offer at all cost, even if the candidate is hitting on all cylinders
  • Pacing your teambuilding efforts • in Professional

    Do you remember the urge to apply all those new and shiny engineering tools to your codebase? What happens if you take a similar aproach to leadership? What leadership lessons can you get from your engineering experience?
  • The XY problem • in Professional

    Focusing to much on the solution might cloud your vision and lead you into a dead end
  • The Geniuses and the Butterflies • in Professional

    I’d like my team to be diverse in many ways, also in the level of knowledge and social skills
  • We’re a good team for experienced developers • in Professional

    There’s something much more valuable to my team that putting in 50+ hours of work every week
  • Givers vs Takers • in Professional

    One bad apple can spoil the bunch. Do you know how to spot it?