Mateusz wanted to become an astronaut. Lunar happened to be the next best thing. His soul is 100% British. He enjoys English beer, Doctor Who and Monty Python. After a hard day's coding session, he likes to pick up a guitar and butcher a blues standard. Or listen to someone else doing a better job at it. He's also an avid gamer and a sci-fi fan, who would love to see humanity's first step on Mars.
Blues & rock
Pizza & craft beer
Paulina is always willing to learn. When not in front of the computer, she reads books and attends lectures. Her biggest interests are web development and psychology. Distant disciplines? Maybe. But both very addictive. In her free time, she attends music events or goes for strolls around the charming streets of Cracow.
A psychologist turned aspiring software developer, he often says that programming is a stream of many small victories that just keeps you happy. In his free time he loves playing - board games, card games, video games - you name it and he would probably love to play it, or already did. His other interests are no less geeky: like watching TV shows or reading comic books. He does all that, when he is not developing his technical skills, of course.
Leader of Lunar Logic. Persistent experimenter. Whiteboard junkie. Lean and Agile coach. Prolific blogger. Willing sailor. Believes that trust is an essential part of every successful endeavor and that the glass is always half-full.
Lean, Kanban and stuff
Web technology enthusiast who makes things for people who love books and helps them spread this joy on Webook. He supports cool events like KrakDroid and Droidcon Kraków. In his spare time Artur tries to figure out the sense of human existence whereas coding helps him forget about those unresolved philosophical questions.
He's a lucky guy. Always has been. Things just go his way and if they don't, he finds something to like about it anyhow. Now he gets to work with great people on great products and he gets to make people's dreams come true; what could be better than that? That's exactly why he started Lunar Logic almost ten years ago and it's still delivering. Fifteen years on both sides of IT outsourcing and an education in business and management of technology help, but mostly he's glad he studied anthropology and got a good liberal education and that he never stopped taking the riskier path, because it lead him here.
Basia shines most when it comes to productivity, technical prowess and focus on a task at hand. She isn't at ease when it comes to people skills, but she tries anyway to make a IT better by running WebMuses.
Dealing with Humans
Coding, dancing and making pretty things is what Ania's all about :) She also likes to help people, so she really loves being a mentor at Rails Girls.Being an awesome Rails dev (she fancies iOS as well) and an Instagram addict, she still manages to devote her spare time to painting and gardening. And, well, eating, because Ania is a real foodie.
Killing garden gnomes
Focus on what you love doing then fight hard to fulfill your dreams This is why Riccardo went from studying Polish in South America to taking a space shuttle to Kraków. You can find him during the day in the office drawing Polish declension tables on whiteboards. Or during the night going around with a shot of Zubrówka and a glass of red wine. Yeah, this Italian caffeinated guy is trying hard to achieve Polish awesomeness!
Ania designs awesome interfaces. Period. With her Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction, she is very much into UX and admires thoughtful design. Ania shares her passion for IT as a core member of WebMuses. In her spare time, Ania practices Pilates and dancing (when she is not reading books or playing video games, of course).
Kasia is a perfectionist and she's always smiling. A huge fan of musicals, she loves performing at home (even if her housemates can sometimes run out of patience). Despite being a software developer, she has an artistic soul. That may be why she focused on animation, special effects, and visualisation during her master studies. In her free time, she relaxes watching a good movie with a cat on her legs and a hot chocolate in her hands.
Ewelina is Lunar Logic's first employee (yes, it was way back in 2004 when it all started!) and is currently holding the positions of Business Manager and Commercial Proxy. She is in charge of the administrative side of our business such as: cash-flow statements, HR, tax and accountancy issues, effective management of processing payments as well as liaising with clients. Her biggest passion is discovering new countries and good food, she also enjoys watching performances in the theatre.
A fledgling "Mr Engineer" who has yet to build his first bridge. Or railroad. Or rails? Tomek is well-versed in economics and makes our day 100% better by arguing about it over our morning coffee. He’s also a tender audiophile, ever-busy soldering and assembling new speakers from what he finds under his desk. Likes to bicker with Julia.
He believes that “the only way to do great work is to love what you do”. That is why he is here. In his free time you can find him reading books, watching TV series, playing games or drinking beer. He also can’t spend the day without listening music.
Małgorzata is NOT a perfectionist and doesn’t pay attention to details. She likes to create things spontaneously and with style. Does it help her to become a great designer? Hard to say, but it definitely makes things challenging. She is something of a Winged Unicorn. Her favourite animal is a catfish. She has loved drawing since childhood.
A daydreaming frontend wizard. Jul is a proud member of the WebMuses core team and, when she is not fighting with her behemothic cat, she indulges in watching TV series and skiing. Julia's got a MA in philosophy and because of that she's always got a clever retort up her sleeve. Sometimes tempted by the Dark Side a.k.a. backend.
Fishing tycoon in the World of Warcraft, fan of British Shorthair cats and, last but not least, a clear-eyed tester who's used to saving us from trouble. Even though Grzester gets grumpy sometimes, especially in the winter, he won't rest until the apps he takes care of are flawless. Finally, he's a gym junkie focusing on his biceps.
Good with code, better with words. Bridge and boardgames fan. Doesn't have a job, instead he does things he enjoys and gets paid for them. Believes that everything should be as simple as possible, but not simpler.
Marta tries very hard to combine coding with passion for science, cooking and dancing. In her free time she walks on stilts and makes balloon animals for children. Wants to own a restaurant some day. She is and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes, the dreamer of improbable dreams. She believes in people and that sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles.
Asia loves learning, especially learning by talking to people about their way of living, customs and cuisine. That may be one reason why she has lived in four countries so far and why she feels the happiest when having her morning coffee in a city she’s never been. She discovered programming is a perfect fit for her, as it is all about constantly improving one's skills, teamwork, thinking, and tackling one challenge after another. In her free time, Asia likes reading books, sailing and strolling around Kraków with her dog, Puszek
Do you know this kind of people who give themselves totally to the things they fall in love with? Tomek is exactly that kind of person. Around the office, you can hear him excited to talk about Ruby, Elixir and rock climbing. He spends all his time in front of a computer screen or hanging from a rope in nearby rocks. Besides that, there is one more thing that he needs to be happy - people.
Przemek thinks of programming as an art form, just like sculpting or composing music. He loves spending time crafting his art and creating beautiful apps for people to use. He also believes in using his time effectively and takes up new challenges every chance he gets. When not busy working towards his goals, he enjoys partying with his friends in Greece.
Marysia has always been torn between the humanities and the sciences. After some educational complications (like taking high school finals in computer science after three years of journalism classes), she ended up as a software engineer. After years of coding she prides in writing applications making happy both ultra geeks and people actually using it. Uses her algorithmic mind to cook four course dinners in one hour and feeds her humanistic soul with philosophical conversations at lunchtime.
After an epic turn of life changing events in Australia, Will decided he wanted to live abroad then moved to the beautiful city of Krakow. His job is to run lean product experiments which he thinks is awesome fun. Will also loves languages, indie music and doodling in his journal.
Arek is curious and he believes that the man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life. He's focused on self improvement and surrounds himself with inspiring people. That's why he chose to work at Lunar. He studied mathematics and, back in his school days, he performed in a comedy group with his friends. He spends his free time playing games of any kind.
Looks fierce, doesn't she? There's no place for sissies when dealing with huge amounts of code every day! Hania's got some nice Ruby superpowers and claims that she'd love to do some open-source work if not for her two little gangsters. Boys, that is. Besides hardcore coding and even more extreme child-rearing, Hania explores the miraculous world of Eastern cuisine and is famous for her pitch black coffee.