Miłosz is a software developer with over 6 years of commercial experience and a great passion for programming since childhood. On a daily basis, he deals with software development but also participates in planning and modeling subsequent business changes.Typical team player and a great companion. In his free time, he masters his passion for cooking, broadens his intellectual horizons, and devotes time to his loved ones.
What does "Grow with Tidio" mean to you?
For me personally, it means continuous professional and personal growth. Tidio is a place where I can finally focus on growth. It's also a place that supports me in this effort at every step. They give me not only a lot of material support for continuous growth, such as opportunities to participate in ambitious projects, interesting conferences, and courses but also mental support and motivation.
At Tidio, we can work 100% remotely, and we also have access to our two offices in Szczecin and in Warsaw. What is your favorite way of working?
I work mainly remotely because I love this type of work. It gives me the possibility of total concentration in the conditions that I prefer the most. It's also the most convenient option for me because I am from the south part of Poland.
Moreover, since last year, I have looked after my beloved female Samoyed "Bajka," and remote work allows me to reconcile my role as a dog's handler with the rest duties. Of course, I really like visiting offices in Szczecin and Warsaw from time to time, and I must honestly say that in Tidio, there are many opportunities to do it.
What 3 words would you use to describe Tidio to someone?
Learn & Share & Growth.Tidio is a great place to grow, where sharing knowledge is something natural and, at the same time, damn rewarding because a lot of people are grateful for it. Besides, the company's policy helps, instead of hindering us from getting better and better. For example, Tidio knowing that I wanted to focus on developing my skills as a speaker, gave me the chance to test my skills at conferences and offered participation in a Public Speaking workshop.
What attracted you to Tidio in the first place?
In Tidio, I was most interested in the product itself, the chat and bots, which are very attractive. But the more I got to know what Tidio was, the more I wanted to be a part of the team. Later it turned out that I even had a few friends there, which I completely did not know about before.
What are your hobbies? What do you love to do after work?
It may sound strange, but I'm the lucky guy for whom work has always been a passion and hobby. I still spend a lot of time programming after work, but I've recently discovered a passion for cooking, which has also consumed a lot of my free time.
Any tips for someone looking to get into a career like yours?
Most of all, never give up, whether you're just starting out or not. Try to get out of your comfort zone because, at least in my case, my comfort zone often slowed down my growth. Spend a lot of time on self-development because it will give you an advantage. But most importantly, try to do what really interests you.