DeSmart is an excellent team of people who have been writing good code since 2003. Recently we became a teal. Every member of the team has an influence on decisions, even those concerning financial issues of the company.
Software HouseSoftware Development30+Gdynia
Bartek lays huge emphasis on efficient communication both with clients and in the team. However, Bartek practices being a great team player not only in DeSmart, but also on a basketball court.
CTO, Backend Developer
He has many years’ experience in PHP and is a passionate of JS. He’s always liked maths and physics, and will freely admit to that:). Apart from a lot of experience in back- and front-end, he has great sense of humour.
The founder of Desmart who builds the real spirit of our team. In 2003 in his flat he gathered a team of programmers who later turned into a software house. A man of many talents, not only in programming or leadership.
DeSmart is so-called "Teal Organization" meaning that you will have access to the company's revenue, decisions about any aspects of the company such as choosing a technology, choosing new projects, a company's strategy or even which toilet paper we need to buy ;) On a quarterly basis we share the profit we all earned on projects - together we decide how much we want to spend on new things, conferences, hiring new people and making the company grow. Talk to us, we will tell you more about that :)
At Desmart we believe that besides your daily tasks you should be able to work on your own projects and take ownership of solving unsolved issues. That’s why we have created the D-Day. The concept is simple. Once per quarter we leave our daily duties and we focus on our own ideas, challenges and we work together to deliver something at the end of the day.
Desmart’s team while building a Rube Goldberg machine. The whole thing is a great visual analogy for teamwork, troubleshooting and the ability to think way outside the box. For us it was a piece of cake!
React'Up is a meetup group for people who want to learn more about React and React Native, discuss new features, new tools, present examples and their solutions. The idea of creating a meetup group came up in DeTeam, because we felt that the community for React Native developers in Tricity was sorely lacking.
When someone helps you out with an SQL problem, shares some neat trick in Laravel, or shows you an IDE feature that you didn’t know, a simple “thank you” is usually enough But at Desmart, we wanted to go one step further and build a recognition-rich culture.
We created our own internal micro-bonuses platform integrated with Slack, a communication tool that we use on a daily basis . We decided to give it a go. We called it PanDa.