In Lunar Logic we constatly learn new things and benefit from the resources that can be found online. Here are the things that we enjoy and that inspire us, spark the curosity and help us dive into specific topics.

Courses and tutorials

Free courses on programming

HTML + CSS course for beginners (za darmo, po polsku)

15 min trial of what programming in Ruby is like.

Free, extensive web dev back end & front end course, from the basics up.

Developer fundamentals (free)

Shows how to develop and deploy real, industrial-strength web applications with Ruby on Rails (free).

Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs.

Community and events

A list of IT meetups happening in Kraków.

WebMuses is a Krakow-based community for people who want to explore what working in IT might look like. They share a lot of inspiration and events on facebook.

A community for women who love new technologies.

A summer program to learn programming in Ruby on Rails.

Twitter: #CodeNewbie

Twitter hashtag for 'code newbies'.


YouTube: Nieobiektywność

Strach dla początkujących, czyli jak zostałam programistką.

TEDtalk: Teach girls bravery, not perfection

Great ted talk about teaching kids its ok to be imperfect, to take risks etc.

TEDtalk: Your body language shapes who you are

'Fake it till you become it' recommended for anyone at any life level.

TEDtalk: The puzzle of motivation

If you think money would make you work better, well, you're wrong.

YouTube: charlimarieTV

Youtube channel of Charli Marie - designer and front-end developer. She shares advice, tutorials and vlogs about working in IT.

YouTube: hellomayuko

Youtube channel of Mayuoko. She is a mobile engineer and shares advice and vlogs about tech.

YouTube tutorial: Ruby on Rails demo

How to build a blog engine in 15 minutes with Ruby on Rails.


Lunar Logic blogpost: Six Steps to Programmers Zen

It’s Fine. Don’t Fight It. Six Steps to Programmer’s Zen.

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

If there's one book useful at work it's this one.

How adopting ‘growth mindest’ will help you achieve anything you want in life.