Crypto@Cracow #2 – Enterprise Blockchain: IBM’s Perspective (Maciej Jedrzejczyk) – Preview

Hello everyone:)! Time flies fast and we have not been messing around, that is why we have a great pleasure to invite you for our 2nd meetup. We are pretty excited to announce that we are going to host a special guest of Maciej Jedrzejczyk from IBM. Maciej is a Government Industry Solution Architect / IBM Certified Architect with a huge working experience in areas of: Digital transformation, IT infrastructure

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Don’t Listen to Other People

A day like a million others, I had already spent way too much work-time on irrelevant activities that, what initially looked like, would make it go away into oblivion rather quick. The evening, however, was more than willing to neutralize the previous harm. I was sitting in a modest cafe, not the prettiest I have ever been to, but it did not matter at the time. I was having a

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Riding Is Beatiful, So Is Your Life

This is the extraordinary time of a year that many of friends of mine have been waiting for. It definitely looks like the spring has come with its full vivid bloom. Fauna and flora have started to wake up after a long winter sleep, you can hear melodic sounds of birds flying over your head during the very first warm and sunny days. But there is one more sign of

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What I Would Have Wished Myself A Year Ago

It is the 7th of March 2017 – my birthday. Today I turn 27, twenty-seven, vingt-sept, siebenundzwanzig… I have said that like a million times, but fuck me, time flies way too quick. I am truly staggered how the last year has come and gone. Forever. This is also the moment that I take a seat and, even though I tend not to do this, I nostalgically look back at

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The Marvelous Number Pi

Pi what? The 14th of March (3/14 in an American date format) is definitely not an ordinary day for all math admirers – it is an annual festivity of the constant number Pi. As you probably remember, (or maybe not), from math class, Pi symbolizes the ratio of a flawless circle’s circumference to its diameter. Pi Day was firstly observed in 1987 by Larry Shaw, a theoretical physicist at Exploratorium

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Money Can Be Beautiful

They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, that it is a virtue that is based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, and opinions. I would agree with that. Some see beauty as a warm smile of your close ones when you go back home after a long day of work when others consider a blood-red Ferrari Italia as its quintessence. There is nothing wrong in

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Is A Fucking Icon.

As I look back in the time, I can clearly state that I have always been an immense enthusiast of science. There were so many sunny summer days when my peers were playing football outside, and I was stuck in my dimmed room reading books about dinosaurs or watching the Discovery channels. Definitely, it was not only for that I sucked badly at football, often being chosen as last to

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E-Sport is a Sport – A Wonderful One. Period.

There is something magic in cheering up for a beloved team, in gathering together dressed up in vivid jerseys waiting for a match to start. Each of us has lived these moments of unity countless times in a life, a unique feeling of anticipation while getting nervous yet pretty excited at the same time. I am no different, I have cherished numerous of incredible matches since I have always been

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The Immeasurable Power of Networking

Not that long ago, maybe a year or maybe two? (well, time flies way too quick), I was a totally Do-It-Yourself person that was living in the belief that everything could be handled on my own. I would not ask anyone for help nor for the precious advice, now I fully understand, I could not have been more wrong. Although some people have a natural enthusiasm for it —namely, the

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Credit Rating Score – How does it work?

An Overview of Credit Ratings Debt instruments are dated to have their origins as far as 2400 years BC back in Mesopotamia; the ancient country was the pioneer of setting, so-to-say, a capital market laws and rules. This specified bond provided safety for the payments of grains, if the transaction had not been done, the owner could have gotten reimbursement. Several types of debentures were also emitted by Venetia to

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