Night view of downtown Warsaw with Netflix billboard (photo by Kristi Blokhin/Shutterstock).
January 10, 2023
Netflix is opening an engineering hub and hiring at its Polish headquarters in Warsaw. The streamer has offered service in Poland since 2017, and spent almost $92 million creating 3,500 jobs producing more than 30 Polish-language movies and TV shows, including historical drama, “High Water,” and How I Fell in Love With the Gangster.
“Our engineers in Poland will help build the products that our internal and external creative partners use to deliver Netflix shows and films to members all around the world,” Deborah Black, VP of engineering for Netflix, wrote in a blog post.
“Poland has amazing engineering talent given its excellent universities and strong developer community, and we can’t wait to see the innovation and creativity that comes from our hub here.”
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