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Thursday, July 18, 2024

What’s happening on Poland’s Belarusian border?

The recent death of a Polish soldier stabbed at the fence by a Moroccan migrant has put the already fraught Poland-Belarus border area under...

Clean Transport Zone in Warsaw

From 1 July 2024 diesel cars over 18 years old and petrol cars over 27 years old are banned from Warsaw centre. This is...

Polish Army Biomedical Uniform

The consortium of the Military University of Technology as the leader, the Military Institute of Medicine and TELDAT Sp. z o.o., with financial support...

IMPACT LEADERS: Hadley Dean, Founder MDC²

Welcome to Impact Leaders with Magda Petryniak. Today’s guest is Hadley Dean, Founder of MDC².Hadley is a true powerhouse in the world of industrial...

Chinese EV boom and its impact on the European market

Are you passionate about the e-mobility sector? Dive into our latest interview where Sylwia Ziemacka sits down with Filip Materek, Senior Battery Consultant, and...

Creating the world’s fastest distributed database!

Welcome to startUP with Poland – the show where we take a deep dive into the Polish startup ecosystem.

This time Tessa McIver talks to Adam Szymański, founder of Oxla – the world’s fastest distributed database. Throughout his career, Adam has worked on a wide range of IT projects: computer games, mobile apps, server backends, deep learning frameworks, big data pipelines, machine learning systems, and in different types of organisations: from a sole trader, to a 20-person software company, to a 10,000-person global corporation.

Let’s find out how Adam’s journey led him to found Oxla, and what impact Oxla can have on the data-driven world.

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