4–7 Nov 2019
Daniel Drozdzewski

Daniel Drozdzewski
Technical Lead, Scott Logic

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Daniel Drozdzewski is a technical lead at Scott Logic, a bespoke software consultancy based in the UK. He’s sometimes funny (always trying!) and a Polish (by birth and formative years), British (by where home is), and Irish (by marriage) cultures blender. He took his first steps in technology by writing Minesweeper in C64 Basic back in the early 90s. After formal schooling and studies revolving around digital technology, he entered the world of software development and has been riding Moore’s Law wave for last 13 years. Previously, his career took him to startups and big corporations, developing software for mobile, desktop, and backend in a number of different technologies, but with very strong presence in Java and distributed and data processing. He has also been involved in setting up the Agile Yorkshire meetup back in 2007 (it was called eXtreeme Programming Club back then) and is the owner of (very quite recently) the Agilist Google User group. He’s a father of two girls and a husband to one very understanding Irish lady, a passionate cook, very keen but bad dancer, loves to travel and meet people, read books and watch movies.

Sessions

14:2015:00 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: Expo Hall Sessions
Daniel Drozdzewski (Scott Logic)
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In the world of software development or technology in general, performance often gets overlooked or is looked at late. Daniel Drozdzewski examines the philosophical aspects and benefits of keeping performance at the forefront of your mind. Read more.

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