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  • Agata

    “I really like the atmosphere at Sunscrapers - we are all highly skilled professionals, but we also find time to goof around in the kitchen.”

  • Ania

    “The emphasis on skill development is what I like most about Sunscrapers. And it’s not just words - we listen to weekly presentations, get a budget for attending industry events and enjoy a library full of valuable books.”

  • Bartek

    “There’s something original and unique about every team member at Sunscrapers, but we all share a sense of humor. After just a few days at the office, I felt as if I’ve been cracking jokes with the team for years.”

  • Kamil

    “What I like most about Sunscrapers is the leadership that always pushes every team member to reach beyond their limits and strive to achieve more.”

  • Krzysztof

    “What I find exceptional about Sunscrapers is their approach to remote employees. I live in a different city and don’t come to the office every day but whenever I’m here, I feel right at home.”

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Community builders .

We give back to the coding community. We host, sponsor, and speak at numerous industry events. Our CTO, Przemek, is a co-organizer of PyWaw, a series of events dedicated to building a strong community of Python developers. We also sponsor Pylight to foster experience exchange between senior and junior coders.

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Knowledge sharing .

Every week, you will find us gathered in a conference room listening to talks presented by our colleagues. Knowledge sharing is important to our team because we are all passionate about learning new things.

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Contrubuting to open sources .

We contribute to open source projects (djoser, djet) that attract talents from all over the globe. Have a look at our Github account to learn more about our contributions to open source.

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WHAT IS IMPORTANT FOR US

  • Top quality

    Top quality

    We score 11 out of 12 on Joel’s test for better code.

  • Getting things done

    Getting things done

    We care about delivering top code and focus on getting things done.

  • Proactivity

    Proactivity

    We’re open to new approaches and encourage team members share their ideas and solutions.

  • Feedback

    Feedback

    We arrange regular code and performance reviews where all team members share feedback.

  • Good english

    Good English

    We help our team hone their communication skills and co-finance English lessons.

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Martyna Grygoruk
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Agata

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Agata Grdal

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

As a back-end developer I make machines and people talk to each other. And machines talk to machines. And people to people - to make sure we’re all making a product we’re happy about.

What is the best thing in our office?

I do like our deckchairs very much… But seriously, I wouldn’t want to work from home because of the atmosphere in the office. I don’t want to sugarcoat it, but I work with some of the most amazing, caring, professional, knowledgeable developers I know. At first I was surprised that the atmosphere in our office is so informal, but at the same time everyone takes their job very seriously.

What is your background?

I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, but I decided to pursue a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. It wasn’t a big change and my mathematical background often comes in handy at my work.

What is your favorite sport?

I’m not particularly into sports. I hate running (unless I’m late or chased by a dragon), I don’t do aerobics (too much jumping, people!) and generally my physical activity revolves around shopping. And yet, there is a workout style that has completely stolen my heart. It's called Tabata and it aims at improving body shape and boosting energy level. It works! I totally recommend it to everyone, especially those who lack free time during the day.

Who is your favourite superhero and why?

It's Batman, because he’s two-sided: he’s serious & dark and he’s silly & funny. And sometimes it all blends together...

What helps you to recharge?

I am a big fan of improv theatre. I love how improvisers portray ordinary people with their (well, our!) little quirks and how they develop our day-to-day situations into something more.

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Ania

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Ania Domańska-Grzyb

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I’m a Web Developer.

Who did you want to be when you grew up?

When I was little I've had many dreams about who I would like to be when I grow up. Two personas were the most important for me: Indiana Jones or astronomer. And somehow I become them all - I'm Indiana Jones when I'm fixing bugs and an astronomer when I admire and create good looking and good working features.

What do you like to read?

I love to read - books are really important part of my life. I even started a Slack channel about books at Sunscrapers! My favourite books are non-fiction ones and travel journals.

What do you admire in others?

I admire many traits: open hearts and minds, fearlessness and ability to see the best in other people. And of course a good sense of humor - that's something I couldn't live without! :)

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Bartek

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Bartek Grabski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I am a backend software developer. I like to design data models and implement algorithms. But most of all I like to make the software users happy.

What was your impression after a week at Sunscrapers?

I immediately felt at home. It was amazing to find so many clever, funny, interesting people. And with time, this feeling has only strengthened within me.

What is your background?

I developed desktop applications for translation between different languages. I came away with big affection to languages and natural language processing, and attention to details. And I learned how good it feels when users appreciate the hard work put into development.

What do you do on your days off?

On holidays me and my wife like to travel all over Europe by car, looking for castles, monuments and breathtaking views. On a weekend we like to go to a good rock concert, an interesting play, or have a home supper with red wine and an entertaining movie. And when the wind blows and sun shines I jump in a sailboat to cruise nearby waters.

What makes you laugh?

I love parody movies and absurd humour. I can watch Top Secret, Airplane!, Hot Shots or all Scary Movies over and over again. I've learned the meaning of life from Monty Python's films and 45 episodes of Flying Circus. And The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy is easily the best book ever written.

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Kamil

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Kamil Niski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

As a Backend Engineer I focus on maintaining applications, improving performance and mercilessly hunting bugs.

What’s your favourite thing about your job?

Working together with my teammates on problems and learning new things every single day.

What is your background?

I wanted to become a physicist but eventually settled on a chemistry department where I discovered Python for data processing. And hey! I'm now building software! What life will bring me next? :)

What do you like to read?

I always wanted to know how world works, so I like to read any kind of popular science books or scientific publications. My favourite one is The Feynman Lectures on Physics.

What makes you laugh?

Quotes from Pratchett books and absurd sense of humour!

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Kamil

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Kamil Sabatowski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I’m responsible for analysing business requirements and providing solutions that will contribute to the success of our projects. I’m the guard of proper agile process implementation and its quality. My role is to solve complex problems between business and technical spheres and also to enable both parties to collaborate effectively.

What would you say is your best skill?

Proactive attitude, an ability to listen actively and non-antagonistic communication skills.

What is your background?

Since I was a child I’ve been acquiring knowledge from different fields of science and this resulted in my wide scope of interests today. I studied European studies at the University of Warsaw (BA) - which gave general understanding of European Economic Law, economics and social tendencies in Europe - and also Management at Warsaw School of Economics (MA), with specialty in Strategic Management.

What do you like to read?

I like to read books on business, economics, management, social theories as also travel reportages. I also find reading biographies very inspiring. When it comes to searching for new positions to read, I’m trying to make these choices the way that will let me get an interdisciplinary knowledge, easy to implement in practice. I highly appreciate Michael Porter’s work on strategic management and competitiveness and breath-taking notes of polish globe explorer, Jacek Pałkiewicz.

What do you admire in others?

Beside many other attributes, I admire people’s willingness to break the status quo, the desire to break the limits, to learn new skills and to empower others by giving a positive example

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Kuba

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Kuba Wlodarczyk

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

At Sunscrapers I'm full stack developer. I’m making web browsers talk to servers and servers talk to web browsers. And what is most important I’m making both talk to humans and vice versa. All of that in the most convenient and effortless way for the end user.

What’s your favourite thing about your job?

Creating new stuff is my favourite part of the job. It is very exciting when step by step complex systems are coming to ‘life’ as a result of my work. It's like building things from Lego - the possibilities are endless. And who doesn’t like Lego?

Who did you want to be when you grew up?

When I was young I thought I’m gonna be biologist or zoologist. I was bringing animals of all possible species to my house, despite my parents objections.

What’s your favourite TED talk?

How to sound smart in your TEDx Talk by Will Stephen
This silly presentation about nothing leads us to the important conclusion: When people sound smart, it feels like they know what they are talking about… even though they don’t. Therefore we should watch or read any content with a sceptical eye. Will also teaches us how to sound and look smart by adjusting voice, using hands gestures and presenting data in a way it looks professional.

What helps you to recharge?

Spending time with my friends is what helps me recharging my batteries. In the summer we go for outdoor activities or just chill at the riverbank. During long winter evenings we like to play board games. Nothing keeps friends closer beating them in Scrabble.

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Krzysztof

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Krzysztof Skarupa

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I’m a Python developer - I help to solve our clients' business problems using Python programming language. I take part in the process of software production for our clients and help them with making choices which technologies and solutions we're going to use.

What’s your favourite thing about your job?

Contact with the client. I like talking to them, suggesting solutions to the challenges we’re facing, exchanging knowledge. I love the fact that we’re able to make jokes and talk about other non work related stuff. That makes our relationship more than just professional and it positively influences the work we do.

Where do you come from?

I come from Poznań. I was born and raised there.

Who is your favourite superhero and why?

Iron Man - he’s one of the few who were born without any superpowers. All that he became is thanks to his engineering genius and his mind.

What do you admire in others?

Competence. I love listening to people who know what they are talking about.

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Martyna Grygoruk

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I am responsible for all HR issues, including the acquisition of IT talents, administration and the overall care of our employees.

What was your impression after a week at Sunscrapers?

I have to admit I’m truly impressed by the incredible atmosphere and work culture. All people here are extremely professional and they have a desire to help each other. It’s a real pleasure to work with such team and I feel blessed for having an opportunity to be a part of this company.

What is your background?

I am a holder of a Master Degree in Spatial Panning from the University of Warsaw. However, I moved in a slightly different direction (or much different, actually:)) and pursued a career in recruitment. I began working for a large agency where I gradually became more and more interested in the IT industry. Working for Sunscrapers gives me a perfect opportunity to develop my skills further in this area.

What is your favorite sport?

I’m not particularly into sports. I hate running (unless I’m late or chased by a dragon), I don’t do aerobics (too much jumping, people!) and generally my physical activity revolves around shopping. And yet, there is a workout style that has completely stolen my heart. It's called Tabata and it aims at improving body shape and boosting energy level. It works! I totally recommend it to everyone, especially those who lack free time during the day.

What do you admire in others?

Passion! Both in professional and private life. I love people who are passionate and throw themselves into the things they enjoy doing. Whether it’s their hobbies or their work, their relationships, health routines, art (you name it!) or any and all combinations of that, if they put their heart into it, the outcome is always impressive!

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Michał

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Michal Bonkowski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I’m a Software Engineer. I solve problems and push things forward.

What is the best thing in our office?

There is a little button near the entrance. Pressing it makes all the curtains go up, filling our office with light. I enjoy starting a day this way, while being the first in the office.

Who did you want to be when you grew up?

An astronaut. When I was a child, I was impressed with knowledge, skillset and braveness they must have. Later on it evolved into engineering.

What is your favorite sport?

Cycling, skiing and swimming are my favourites.

What helps you to recharge?

Spending time with my family. Especially when we are travelling together, going outdoors and meeting with friends.

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Michał

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Michal Nakoneczny

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I build awesome stuff.

What was your impression after a week at Suncrapers?

“These guys have strong integrity and they deliver what they promise”, I thought. A lot of things can go wrong when you apply for and start a new job as a remote employee. None of them did at Sunscrapers. Technical on-boarding was spot on, and when I heard that our mission is to make clients happy (rather than to prioritise on writing code or bringing revenue) I knew I was home.

Who did you want to be when you grew up?

A dustman - they had the coolest trucks. I changed my mind when I learnt how early in the morning they need to get up. I settled for a PhD in philosophy and professional experience as a software engineer instead.

What do you like to read?

YA fiction is my guilty pleasure. I once wrapped the Twilight books in the dust jacket of Günter Grass’ “Tin drum” to look less guilty.

3 things that are the essence of your life.

I love learning new stuff, no really. Foreign languages, technology, or how the dishwasher really works. I like coffee with milk and cold northern countries. I also dream of moving to Tokyo one day.

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Paweł

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Pawel Swiecki

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

I'm a back-end Python programmer. I also do some JavaScript. I see my role in Sunscrapers as transforming real-life phenomena into abstract and strict structures. In this regard programming is very similar to my second passion, philosophy – both create intelligible models of things.

Why did you join Sunscrapers?

To make interesting applications. To work with fun and talented people. To be up-to-date with latest technologies. To program in Python. To program in JavaScript. To master Django. To learn the ways of the AngularJS. To challenge myself. To learn new things every day. To play foosball :)

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I've always been fascinated with two things: figuring out stuff and building stuff. At first, I wanted to be a physicist, like my parents. Then, a programmer; I loved writing simple Basic scripts on my Commodore 64, then a little more complicated programs in QBasic, Pascal, and Delphi. I also used to spend lots of time making maps for FPS games. And I enjoyed my Lego bricks (I still do!)... I guess I wanted to be an architect as well ;) Finally, I fell in love with philosophy for its focus on finding an intelligible framework of reality (I chose it as my major and ended up with Ph.D.). My fascination in programming – which is both figuring out stuff and building stuff – never disappeared, though. I also wanted to be a Jedi.

What are your favourite quotes?

"All humans naturally desire to be, to live and to understand." — Thomas Aquinas
"It is the perfection of God's works that they are all done with the greatest simplicity. He is the God of order and not of confusion." — Isaac Newton
"Yes, a Jedi's strength flows from the Force. But beware of the dark side. Anger, fear, aggression – the dark side of the Force, are they." — Master Yoda

What helps you to recharge?

Sleep.

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Piotr

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Piotr Szpetkowski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

EP-8 warrior specialized in flaking every line of code, with a spice of DevOps.

Why did you join Sunscrapers?

The first thing that truly have caught my attention was amount of work being put into Python community (e.g. GitHub open source projects, PyWaw). Combine it with recruitment process transparency and awesome people since my day zero and there you have it. Recruitment process itself was very peculiar, however I'm not going to spoil the fun here... :)

Who did you want to be when you grew up?

For very long time I've wanted to become professional Texas hold'em player, however solving programming challenges turned out to be much more satisfying. Nevertheless I still enjoy playing a hand or two with friends every now and then, just for the fun of it.

What do you like to read?

Great deal of books - be it technical or not (mostly technical though), news/social feeds like phoronix or reddit (wrote my own aggregator for favorite subs) and stuff alike. In case of non-technical books I mostly spend time with fantasy genre.

If you could meet your idol, who would it be?

Linus Torvalds doing code review of my project and telling me how hopeless it is.

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Szymon

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Szymon Pyżalski

How would you describe your role at Sunscrapers?

Simply. I write Python.

What was your impression after a week at Sunscrapers?

The Sunscrapers team struct me as almost suspiciously friendly and nice. The online discussion was full of smiles, waves and encouragements. The office felt home-like. There was a paradoxical feeling of complete lack of formality combined with a great deal of competence.

What is your background?

My life choices changed drastically several times. I tried to be a biotechnologist, and then a monk. Ultimately I became a Python programmer, which hopefully will be my life career.

What have you found exciting recently?

Language. Natural and constructed languages fascinate me as much as programming ones. The way that thought gets encoded into words so it can be shared and become reality is magical for me.

What do you admire in others?

Creativity. The fact that people can create things that I would never come up with. The field of the creative work is not as important to me as being original.