About me

Hi! My name is Michał Muskała and I’m a student and programmer based in Katowice, Poland.

I’m currently studying Computer Science at Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Poland. I’m also working with the awesome people at OMT Tech. I’m extremely lucky to be able to do Elixir at work.

I’m member of the Ecto core team and maintainer of several open-source packages.

I frequently speak and lead workshops and training classes at various conferences including ElixirConf and PartialConf this year.

In summer of 2015 I worked through Google Summer of Code with Elixir, Ecto and MongoDB - this created the mongo_ecto adapter and tied me to Elixir development for some time.

I’m a programming languages enthusiast and dabbed with many of them - Haskell, Clojure, Scheme, Rust, and C/C++ just to name a few. My main professional experience lies with Elixir, Erlang and Ruby.

When I’m not programming I enjoy skiing and sailing.

You can often meet me at #elixir-lang IRC channel on freenode as micmus. You can also find me on github as michalmuskala, or ping me on twitter @michalmuskala. I’m always happy to talk to you via email, so don’t be afraid to get in touch via michal at muskala dot eu.