I was born on December the first, 1976 in Częstochowa, Poland.

When I was 13 years old, I started my programming adventure on the Atari 8‑bit platform. When I was 16, I created my first commercial computer game called "Kampania Wrzesniowa" and a year later, another one - "Top Secret". During my secondary school education, I was continuously occupied with Atari 8-bit programming. I participated in demos and computer magazine creation process. There exist two additional Atari 8-bit games in my portfolio: "Saper Konstruktor" and "Robin - Wojownik czasu" from this period of time.

When I was 19, I started education at the University of Silesia in Katowice, in the Mathematics department. I graduated in 2001 and received Master of Science diploma in Mathematics with Informatics specialization, a year later.
While studying at the university, I continued acquiring experience in programming, but this time on the PC platform. I co-authored a demonstration called "Klokh". In 2000 - while still being a student - I began working on a real-time strategy game "Starmageddon" for the "We Open Eyes" company. The game was completed and published in 2002. When working on this project, I was responsible for designing algorithms and code implementations in the following areas: 3D-space collision detection, physical modeling of space ship movement in 3D, original scripting language interpreter, multi-player network programming, GUI.

In 2002, after finishing the Starmageddon project, I passed Master's degree exam with the thesis: "Utilization of artificial neural networks in static image compression".

Between years 2002 and 2009, I worked for YesSoftware as the main developer of the DemoCharge, a web-content generation application dedicated for creating visual documentation. At this time, I also created a few other applications which are part of the "Extensions for Windows" package published by Extensoft.

Since June 2009 I have been working for the Sabre Holdings company.