Hello everyone! Cześć wszystkim!
Thanks Witalij Rudnicki for challenging me to write this blog post and sorry for waiting for so long. 🙂
I come from small village near city Kozienice in Poland. For studies I moved to Warsaw and was leaving there till last autumn. Right now I am proud citizen of beautiful city in southern Poland, Kraków, where -from time to time- I am organizing SAP Stammtisch meetings. We are thinking about another events, so I hope you will hear more about us soon!
Here is the photo taken in Kraków near 1 of 100 famous Christmas shed. 🙂
Fun fact about me
To make my life more complicated, right now each week (Monday-Thursday) I am working in “the place” for all SAP enthusiast, Waldorf in Germany. 🙂 When I am not travelling, most probably I am doing some sports (gym, climbing, hiking).
What do you like the most about the city you live and work in?
I love Kraków for it’s architecture. It looks like a city straight out of a Disney movie. Cobbled streets lined with horse-pulled carriages, beautiful squares surrounded by pretty buildings and churches. Charming old Town has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
What was your biggest surprise/discovery while organizing/attending community events so far?
Attending fist SiT I was surprised how interesting this event is! I thought that to hear (and see) so advanced solutions I need to go for some big and expensive conference.
What is your hobby or favorite activity outside work?
I love climbing on via ferrata. I am travelling each year to different country to do it. Here are some photos from via ferrata in France.
The next BIF nominations are…
- Ewelina Pękała – I know Witalij already pinged you, but I didn’t saw the post yet, so you know… group pressure 🙂
- Michal Krawczyk – I didn’t saw BIF ping for you, so here it is.