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STX Next is the largest Python software house in Europe.

Founded in 2005 and based in Poland, they have 400+ Python developers and 17+ years of experience under their belt to meet their client's custom Python development needs.

They provide a comprehensive range of services for end-to-end product development, from Product Design to DevOps.

Python & Django Developer and Global Leader

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STX Next in Numbers

17 years

of market experience


projects delivered

3.5+ years

length of average partnership


clients served


professionals on board

6 offices

all across Poland

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Charter of Ethics

The Charter of Ethics outlines the rules of conduct that all STX Next employees, co-workers and subcontractors should follow. It's the moral compass of our organization.

STX Next in the Media

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Most challenging security threats for CTOs

STX Next’s survey of 500 CTOs globally shows that most CTOs still see human error as the main security threat to their business, followed by ransomware and phishing. Yet, only 26 percent say they have a dedicated cybersecurity team in place.

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Phishing, ransomware and human error are seen as biggest security threats

Research from STX next reveals that 59% of CTOs still see human error as the main security threat to their business, alongside other concerns such as ransomware (49%) and phishing (36%).

4 IT leadership tips for turbulent times

Szymon Piasecki, Head of DevOps at STX Next, believes that while technical expertise in IT roles has always been a given, what will ensure success in the changed world is the ability to motivate staff and look after their emotional wellbeing.

Why cyber security and regulatory compliance are one and the same

Compliance is often prioritized over cybersecurity as it’s seen as more urgent. However, this approach can lead to problems in the long run, and businesses should consider cybersecurity and compliance as being two sides of the same coin.

Making Single-Molecule Disease Analysis Easier

STX Next recently completed a project to design, develop and deliver the Harbor product for life sciences company LUMICKS.

Polyglot programming and the benefits of mastering several languages

Why do some programmers choose to learn multiple languages? The ability has been associated with plenty of benefits, from more varied skills to better career prospects and higher salaries.

“Cybersecurity is the New Seat Belt” says STX Next

STX Next—in partnership with Aleksander Czarnowski of cyber expert AVETINS—believes that cybersecurity is coming to be viewed in the same manner as the seat belt: after years of neglect, its importance is now much more widely recognised.

How SMEs in e-commerce can drive value from machine learning

Although many smaller businesses might see machine learning as financially prohibitive, implementing the technology to boost sales need not be as complex as it might seem.

Case study: How cat food subscriptions service grew from scratch in three months

STX Next worked with pet food subscription provider to build a customer-facing application and a suite of products for the Republic of Cats in just three months.

Why does your company need processes?

Processes often have a bad reputation, but they’re essential in any organization. Instead of stifling initiative, they enable your team to be more creative and add more value in its daily work.

Tackling technical debt in post-covid software development

Pressure on software developers to reduce time to market on products and services has intensified during the pandemic, inevitably leading to an accumulation of technical debt. Now is the time to tackle it. 

Software firms have a duty to pass on technical skills

IT education shouldn’t be limited to academic institutions. Tech companies can use training schemes to try to pass on knowledge, and gain valuable new talent in the process.

Deconstructing Cybercrime: Top 10 Attack Methods Attackers Use

STX Next’s CTO Survey found that more than half of all global organizations do not have a bring-your-own-device policy, which can pose serious security risks.

Many CTOs aren't using project management frameworks

Over a quarter of CTOs are not using project management framework, which is not necessarily a bad thing, according to STX Next’s CTO Survey. 

Cloud technology is now a common sight in many businesses

Most businesses use some form of cloud, according to STX Next's CTO Survey. Many organizations opt for public cloud solutions, and only a minority of them use the private cloud or on-site environments.

Your occasional storage digest, featuring Brexit, Tsinghua Unigroup and more

Szymon Piasecki, Head of DevOps at STX Next, commented on how the company prepared its clients to avoid any potential post-Brexit disruption to cloud storage services.

CTOs see scaling up tech capabilities as top priority

According to STX Next research, most CTOs consider the need to scale up their technological capabilities a top priority. However, they face a wide range of challenges and without the right amount of investment their ability to keep up with competitors will be compromised.

Over Half of Organizations Still Operating Without a BYOD Policy

As many employees work from home, most businesses do not have sufficient visibility of the devices they use—as illuminated by STX Next's Global CTO Survey. This creates a security risk that needs to be urgently addressed to avoid breaches. 

STX Next considers entering the Polish Stock Exchange to gain funds for acquisitions

STX Next rozważa ewentualne pozyskanie kapitału na sfinalizowanie planowanych przejęć poprzez krajową giełdę, poinformował prezes Maciej Dziergwa. Podkreślił, że nie podjęto jeszcze ostatecznych decyzji w kwestii ewentualnego upublicznienia spółki.

Innova Capital to support STX Next in its mission to digitalise the economy

STX Next, a European software house specialising in Python software development, which supports international clients in their digital transformation, has acquired a new investor—a private equity fund advised by Innova Capital.

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