My name is Wojciech Barczyński.
I am a Senior Software Engineer at SMACC (Startup, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, FinTech). I lead our software development team in Warsaw. No matter whether you are mid-sized company or an enterprise, we at SMACC will make Machine Learning work for your finances and accounting departments.
Since 2015 SMACC, with the help of AI and Machine Learning, aims to fully automate finanse processes for enterprises and medium-sized enterprises. We are team of experts in IT, Finance, and Accounting. Our solution already helps companies in Germany, we bring it now to USA and Poland.
In 2017, we opened our development office in Warsaw, we are looking for experienced developers interested in solving real life problems in finances, working with Machine Learning, Micro-Services, and Kubernetes.
Could you help us to reclaim the lost time on manual finanse processes with Machine Learning? Are you interested in using Machine Learning to help enterprises and SMEs make better finance decisions?!
- Check our openings in Warsaw – https://smacc.softgarden.io/en/vacancies
My interests are distributed systems, software development (Continuous Integration, Software Craftsmanship, TDD), software architecture for cloud-ready applications.
My weapons of choice: Kubernetes, Traefik, Google Cloud and AWS, Python and Golang.
I was a System Engineer in LykeHQ, I worked on simplification of the Lykehq application stack to improve Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery processes within the company. More flexibility and better utilisation of resources helped us to lower the overall TCO of our application stack. The LYKE app got to the top 10 e-commerce mobile apps for iOS and Android in Indonesia.
My first experience with large distributed systems, I got inCLOUD & HEAT. I built an energy-efficient public Infrastructure-as-a-Service based on OpenStack (Grizzly to Icehouse) in CLOUD & HEAT Technologies GmbH. I took a variety of technical roles to make the vision of a distributed micro-cloud-based IaaS a reality. During my work there, we built our first 21 data centers (1200+ physical machines).
How to effective apply new technologies, I learnt first in SAP Research Dresden. I was a member of Business Intelligence Team. My focus was Information Extraction, Semantic Technologies, Data Mining, and application of these technologies in context of Business Intelligence. In SAP, I co-authored three patents. My publications include papers from such conferences as VLDB, WWW, and TREC.