Each month I have the pleasure of introducing you to one of our staff members here at Genuitec and share a little bit about what they do to make our software awesome. This month, I'd like you to meet Piotr, our Extreme MyEclipse Product Architect.

PiotrPiotr has been with the Genuitec team for nearly 3 years now, and works without end to bring you the latest updates to the MyEclipse product line.

This has been an incredibly busy year for Piotr and the rest of the MyEclipse development team, as they were tasked with the major overhaul of MyEclipse. The MyEclipse team has gone over and above to bring you a whole new IDE with incredible Mobile Tools, expanded feature sets and loads of one-click migration and integration abilities in the all new MyEclipse 2013. If you've not yet tried MyEclipse 2013, then you are missing out and should feel encouraged to click the button below and play with the new build for the next 30 days, for free!



Piotr has been working on the MyEclipse 2013 redesign for the last year and half, with the hopes of bringing customers better stability, usability and extensibility.  He has been knee-deep in re-writing some of the core coding for the MyEclipse workbench that has been around for the last 10+ years! Certainly no easy task!

Piotr is one of our most knowledgeable developers, and quite frankly knows all the nooks and crannies of MyEclipse. Not only does he deal with the core development of MyEclipse, he also devotes time each week to answer your toughest support questions. If you're stuck in a development pickle, and need some assistance, head on over to our online support forums, post your question and let Piotr (and the full development team) get you sorted.

269845_1632823799819_3036170_nWhen Piotr is not coding the latest technological advancements for MyEclipse, you can find him climbing the alps, backpacking through Europe, exploring Africa, and pretty much anywhere else that the call of adventure beckons from! Hence the "Extreme" in Extreme Architect. While he's recovering from his numerous adventures, you can find him relaxing at home with his wife and family, and enjoying his favorite RPG, "The Witcher" game.

In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda tell Luke that he must "Do, or do not. There is no try." Piotr lives his life by this quote, seeking out adventure where ever it may arise, be it a coding adventure or outdoor trek. He takes direction and inspiration from everywhere around him, and I must say that the MyEclipse team is better for it.

 

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Posted on Aug 23rd 2013