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bio website twitter.com/RakowskiBartosz
location Warsaw, Poland
age 35
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Sep 19 '13 at 9:53

I like creative part of my work and value Agile metodologies where teamwork is the key element. My mind is an emulsion of Project Management, UX and software development - I need to stir it to keep from separating.

I am usually glad to help when asked for advice or cooperation in interesting project.


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comment What is the word for situation when something was done in most probable way, despite the fact it could go differently by an accident?
In the first one, I should have arrived safely, in the latter, got stabbed in the back.
May
30
comment How to use “you” word in a way that suggests it's singular/plural form?
@Marcin: Don't be sorry. Maybe I will find some replacement, not exactly a form of 'you'.
May
30
comment How to use “you” word in a way that suggests it's singular/plural form?
Could you provide some example for a singular form?
May
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comment How to use “you” word in a way that suggests it's singular/plural form?
what about singular form?
May
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comment How to use “you” word in a way that suggests it's singular/plural form?
I meant singular form. It should be clear to a person I am speaking.
May
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comment What is the word for situation when something was done in most probable way, despite the fact it could go differently by an accident?
I searched for sigle-word :) Maybe I arrived expectedly is correct?
May
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comment What is the word for situation when something was done in most probable way, despite the fact it could go differently by an accident?
Now I wonder... Is "as expected" one word?
May
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comment What is the word for situation when something was done in most probable way, despite the fact it could go differently by an accident?
haha, indeed, I used it already :) Thanks! I wouldn't notice otherwise...
May
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comment What is the word for situation when something was done in most probable way, despite the fact it could go differently by an accident?
Is there a word that fits both situations?