One year ago I took part in the “Daj Się Poznać 2016” competition. I started to write articles about demo making. As I took a bit harder path than it was required to, I couldn’t spend so much time on writing 20 articles in 10 weeks. I ended up just having fun. Since a new edition of this competition has just started, it’s a good reason to continue the “Demo 101” series.
At the beginning of the New Year, many people make resolutions (just as if another time wasn’t good enough). One popular commitment is “I’ll read 52 books this year”. I didn’t take a part in such challenge but somehow managed to achieve this anyway, so I would like to share some thoughts about it. You may find this helpful if you plan to do this (it’s still not too late!) or just would like to know how fast you can read and how much time would it take.
Last weekend I took part in the 39th charity concert of the “Daj Szansę” (“Give a Chance”) Foundation at National Music School in Skarżysko-Kamienna (my hometown). In addition to the musical part and the scholarship giving ceremony, the organisers presented the first edition of the Foundation’s calendar. I had the pleasure to participate in this project.
Three months later, and the 2016 edition of “Daj się poznać” competition is over. It’s time for some thoughts and a summary.
So, why all this hurry and pre-alpha release of the website? Well, I’ve decided to take part in the second edition of “Daj Się Poznać” competition. I wanted to release a new version of this website a bit later, more like in June, but the competition will already be over till then. I could use some ready WordPress theme, but none of them featured rotating cube in the header, so I had no choice… And programming your own stuff is fun, isn’t it?
Hello and welcome to the new version of my personal website! This time you can find here a bit more than a list of my projects and links to profiles. Well, at least that’s the plan.