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Hi, My name is Piotr (but you can call me Peter).

I will help you with software architecture, project management and optimising business processes.

Since 2014 I have run a bespoke software agency that streamlines business processes through technology solutions. Before that, I worked as a software engineer in the aviation industry.

Currently, I train IT specialists, in the area of software cost estimation. Also, I run a couple of SaaS projects.

I can help you with the following:


Software architecture

I am a software engineer. Over the years, I've created new platforms and helped my clients solve bottlenecks in their projects. I feel comfortable with APIs, microservices, DevOps and frontends.


Projet Management

With a technical background, I communicate with other IT experts with ease. I can quickly understand the roadblocks they face and consider obstacles from a stakeholder point of view.


SaaS Development

Owning a SaaS is a dream of many. The number of areas where you can help others solve a particular problem is endless. Additionally, scaling such a venture is a very tempting business opportunity. Luckily, I am the co-founder of three such projects, and I am happy to share my experience with you.


Business Processes Optimisation

Business processes automation is not just to use a particular technology. Automating a broken process still leaves you with a broken process. To eliminate the risk, I must thoroughly understand the nature of the process and its impact on your business. Let's talk.

My involvement.

Here you can find a selection of ventures I am involved in:



The Beaverhead

Co-founder, CEO.

Experts in optimising business operations. The Beaverhead provides exceptional expertise and high-quality solutions to small and medium-sized enterprises looking to improve their business operations.

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The Estimation

Owner, one man band.

Improve your software agency income by accurate cost estimations created with confidence.

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Display Church Events

Co-founder, CTO.

Easily create beautiful, embeddable calendar views using your events and our integration. We have licensed the look and feel from one of the most popular calendaring systems, EventOn, and integrated those views to work with any account on our partner apps.

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Founders Kitchen Sink


Creating and launching an online business—a live case study on bootstrapping Software-as-a-Service platform.

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Piotr was an absolute SUPERSTAR solving every problem with ease.

Drilling down to specifics, very details-oriented. A jedi-level problem solver who is GREAT at what he does.

Michael Leftwich

- Assemble Team, Founder

Piotr is the REAL DEAL!

We used him as a project manager and initial dev to set up the direction. He did such a great work so quickly, that we need to revisit this when we can actually get our team to start working on it.

Jason Alexis

- Fluid Ministry, Owner

Everything you would want out of someone your hire for any job.

Piotr and is extremely professional, very knowledgable, and have excellent communication skills. His greatest strength is probably their ability to talk through the needs of the client, eliminate the confusion of the whole process, and find the best solution.

Brad Powell

- Big Lazy Panda, Founder
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  • Comparison of OpenAI fine-tune models: gpt-3.5-turbo vs. all the rest. August 24, 2023
    Photo by Pixabay: models allow training the AI to handle specific jobs. Some projects may leverage fine-tuning to learn AI how to treat specific data.Recently, OpenAI has announced the gpt-3.5-turbo model to be available for fine-tuning. Until then, it offered four models for fine-tuning: Ada, Babbage, Curie and Davinci. They also announced sunsetting these models […]
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  • The accuracy of software cost estimation, and why you should care May 5, 2021
    In the Budget Estimation in the IT industry survey we ran last year, most of the respondents rated the accuracy of their estimates at a 7 out of 10, the rest fairly evenly splitting between 6 and 8 out of 10.Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from PexelsIs 70% accuracy good enough? How good can your estimations be? A […]
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  • A simple tool for bootstrapped startup May 29, 2020
    For the need of the Founders Kitchen Sink (FKS) project, where I am demonstrating how to bootstrap SaaS, I had to create a budget forecast for the project I’m building. I’ve tried to use existing tools available but found that they are created for funded startups, whereas bootstrapping is a different game, and budget tools […]
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  • Do React’s hooks improve app performance? April 14, 2020
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  • How to avoid online business failure? Market research essentials. March 6, 2020
    In the previous article, I’ve highlighted the importance of Market Research. In the following entry, I will describe the primary information I am interested in before launching any;drThere is 4 essential information you must know about the market before you start working on your project. This information will define your product.Market sizeHow many potential clients are […]
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  • Reasons why online businesses fail. The Importance of Market Research — Founders Kitchen Sink February 26, 2020
    Reasons why online businesses fail. The Importance of Market Research — Founders Kitchen SinkWhen in the past, people were facing a lot of problems and were missing the right tools. The challenge was in overcoming the technical obstacles and creating such tools. The market was open to new solutions. Currently, the market is stuffed with products and services, […]
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  • Founders Kitchen Sink: Revealing my project idea. Principles checklist. February 7, 2020
    In the previous article, I explained how important it is to look at your project from the market perspective, and that it’s essential to follow at least some basic principles when you work on your project on idea level. Now it’s time to discuss the idea that we are going to implement in the following […]
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  • Founders Kitchen Sink: Shaping online business idea. Principles which you should hold on to February 5, 2020
    Founders Kitchen Sink: Shaping an online business idea. Principles which you should hold on toIn the previous article, I’ve described three founder profiles which are individuals, a team of individuals, and companies. In this experiment, we’ll follow the individual path where I’ll play the Individual role, and I will show you how I’m bootstrapping software as […]
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  • Founders Kitchen Sink: Lifetime tips to consider before you start online business January 31, 2020
    Founders Kitchen Sink: Lifetime tips to consider before you start an online businessFor over 5 years, I’ve been helping people to build their IT projects. During that time, I’ve learned a lot both from my clients as well as from projects I’ve been taking part in. I’ve decided to share my knowledge as I believe it […]
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