With their business challenges mounting, organizations look to people like us to succeed. One of our partners – Digiforma from Lyon, France – needed a development team fast, but recruiting was hard and expensive.
When a marketing company needs top developers, the search is on. Our partner, Staenk, was precisely in this spot - but then they found us! Read a short interview with Staenk CEO and Founder we conducted this week!
Staying on top of our game as developers can mean stalking new libraries and updates to our favourite languages. Maybe reading some industry blogs. But I never wanted to be a narrow-minded specialist – and that is why I enjoy a weird podcast or two every day.
Curiosum is a brainchild of two guys - Szymon and Michał. What made them leave their cozy corporate desks and put it all on the line to build their own software house? I sat down with them for a quick interview about their story and aspirations.
“Building apps” is actually an extremely wide subject. From complex, machine learning assisted solutions for tough business cases, up to simplistic planners and message boards, you get what you put in. A growing subset of this industry is low-code or no-code development.
Collaboration software is present almost in every business, in one form or another. The one that first comes to mind and was in many ways a precursor of the field – Slack – has found more and more capable rivals with every passing year. However, now in 2020, Teams by Microsoft seems like it will lead the pack for a while.
Elixir is a pretty capable language - and it consistently ranks near the top of most loved and wanted languages rankings. It has a large following and some very persuasive preachers as well. But that would not be enough to make me like it – what I need as real proof of its strengths is real businesses that strive with Elixir.
That’s what this list is all about – a bunch of stories from top companies that chose Elixir and never looked back. Let us show you how its power and versatility shows in practice.