In this episode of Safe or Brave podcast, I have met in Prague with Pavel Kacerle, a founder of soccer live streaming game called Live Penalty and a world-renowned VFX artist.
Check out the new episode of Safe or Brave podcast. Backed by 30M dollars, Mews Systems and its founder, Richard Valtr, are determined to change the world.
Next up in Safe or Brave podcast I have travelled to San Francisco to meet with David Siegel, a founder and CEO of Glide.
In this episode of our Safe or Brave podcast, I flew to New York City to chat with my good friend and Barry's Bootcamp Chief Instructor Keoni Hudoba.
In this episode of Save or Brave podcast, I'm chatting with the former CTO of Tinder and founder & CEO of Arimus, a startup put together by former Tinder colleagues to launch new exciting mobile products to the market.
A thousand ’no’s can be the perfect road to a ‘yes.’ Safe or Brave podcast with Kemar Newell, the founder and CEO of sneaker app Flip.
In this episode, Pex’s CEO tells us how the company became a legit market maker in data by identifying audiovisual content better and faster than Shazam.
Super excited about this episode, where I got to chat with Jan Sladecko, an LA-based motion designer at the top of his game and a good friend.
If you want an increase of up to 800% in downloads, get your app featured by the Apple App Store.
Next up in Safe or Brave podcast we have the Marcel Krajca, Vice President at Barclays focused on digital innovation.
With this episode of Safe or Brave podcast, we are flying into the UK to meet with Martin Plasek, a London-based photographer and co-founder of HAPACA Studio.
In this episode I had a chance to talk to the general manager and CEO at WorldGaming & Collegiate StarLeague Wim Stocks.
Hello everybody, I have recently started a podcast and I'm more than happy to share it with my network. It's about all the things that I like and enjoy from technology, business to lifestyle.
Tune in to listen to the podcast I did for Marek Kriz's Point FM Radio where I talk about the benefits of ketogenic diet, all kinds of different sports activities including Barry's Bootcamp, traveling, biohacking as well as running a business at STRV and not getting crazy after all.
Finally, it's here! The unboxing of the new Apple iPhone Xs Max.
There’s never been a better time to be a software engineer. The global IT market is growing at such a lightning pace that the thinning labor pool can’t seem to replenish itself fast enough to meet the colossal demand.
What sets really great tech companies apart from the competition is their insatiable drive for innovation. Once they find success, they don’t just hit cruise control and sit back on their haunches. Instead, they actively seek out opportunities to widen their niche.
From the point of view of a developer, getting more real estate for your device while maintaining its size is always welcome. Making the UI super-intuitive and replacing a tap activity with fast gestures can dramatically improve the smoothness of using the device.
It’s the new dilemma facing companies looking to beef up their mobile presence: To build a native app or stick with responsive web design. I've stopped counting the number of times I've been asked this question in the decade I've been running a mobile and web development studio.
All great ideas start with a single prototype, whether it is the iMac, the Tesla Roadster, or a mobile app you believe has the ability to change the world.