About me

My name is Antoni (he/him), I’m 19 years old, born and raised in Poland. I currently live near Poznań and work remotely as a full stack developer at Omni Calculator, a Polish startup that provides hundreds of custom-built calculators, each of them solving a real-life problem. Previously, I’ve also worked at myPolitics.

While I’ve been interested in technology since kindergarten, my real programming journey started in 2016 when I started learning JavaScript. I’m entirely self-taught, learning only through open-source contributions, documentations, and blog posts. Nowadays, my main programming languages are TypeScript and JavaScript, but I also use C++ for my school assignments and sometimes tinker with Rust for WebAssembly.

I’m a big fan of open-source, and I maintain several exciting projects on GitHub. I’m also an indie hacker — in June 2020, I launched my first paid app on Product Hunt — Parsify Desktop, a cross-platform, text-based calculator. It is used by individuals worldwide, and I’m constantly updating it with new features.

If you like listening to tech podcasts, I appeared on the 85th episode of JS Party by The Changelog. Fragment of a conversation between me, Feross Aboukhadijeh, and Mikeal Rogers, from the aforementioned episode, was mentioned in Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software, a book by Nadia Eghbal, published by Stripe Press.

When it comes to offline activities, I hugely enjoy riding a bike with my friends and listening to classical music. Besides that, I love traveling! As of today, I’ve been to several countries, and I’m looking forward to going to more places in the future.

You can find me on Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn and Polywork. If you are looking for my resume, you can find it here.

My face

Antoni Kępiński