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December 17, 20124 years ago

Design a Site Structure That Search Engines and Visitors will Notice

Creators of the most popular websites had in mind not only the latest tech trends but also the special needs of visitors. What makes a site structure noticeable for search engines and people in general? The visually appealing design, easy-navigation and the overall organization of information are only some of the most important factors every web designer should have in mind before starting to build a webpage. Read more

October 25, 20124 years ago

Book review: The Innovator’s Dilemma:When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail by Clayton M. Christensen

Clayton M. Christensen decided to write a book about the reason why established and prestigious companies fail when it comes to using new and innovative technologies. This study proves to be a textbook for all managers who want to take full advantage of technological inventions in order to guarantee the success and growth of a firm. According to the expert, numerous companies from different industries (e.g. the disk drive industry) decided to rely on the efficiency of sustaining technology, used to improve the performance of already released and manufactured products instead of exploring the benefits of disruptive technologies that bring a major innovation. Read more

September 11, 20125 years ago

Book review: Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell is a highly acclaimed staff writer for the New Yorker, who decided to change our perspective on snap judgments and first impressions.

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking offers numerous lessons to people interested in psychology and in the way our mind works in different situations. This fun and fascinating study aims to convince the public that split-second decisions can be just as good and relevant as the ones made cautiously and consciously. Read more

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August 26, 20125 years ago

Book review: The Lean Startup: How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Ries

    Eric Ries decided that it was time to change the complete system of entrepreneurship with the help of brand new business strategies. This book, however, offers a set of new and simple methods that can be used to improve government programs too.

In an era when established companies struggle with innovation this study proves to be a lifeboat. Moreover, Ries proposes a method that can be learned by everyone regardless of age and profession. This book offers useful tips for active and future entrepreneurs as well as people who are interested in this field of activity. Read more

August 12, 20125 years ago

My Flubit Journey Part II

Read the original post here: http://blog.flubit.com/flubit-life-victor-spinei-development-manager/

Still at Flubit, still working really hard to keep the pace with the speed-of-light changes in the e-commerce market! On the verge of launching the new flubit 3.0., the team is ready to use to launch a brand new and improved interface design, development approach and an innovative business model. Our experts are using database technologies, new frameworks, servers and APIs as well as sub-versioning systems to guarantee the success of Flubit 3.0 among e-commerce fans. Read more

July 18, 20125 years ago

About myself & the Flubit adventure

Read the full post here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/104841726341266575793/posts/1zXjuAzb4bF

Fact:  You can change the mentality of people only with few improvements in their standard of living. Societies under Communist rule definitely teach you that! Read more

April 18, 20125 years ago

Now Trending: Consumers in South and Central America ready to solve social issues

   It's not a secret that countries from South and Central America struggle with poverty and serious social problems. Nowadays, consumers from the growing middle-class decided to initiate a few life-saving projects. Joining the MI CASA ES TU CASA movement or trend is the decision of consumers who feel politically and socially empowered. In the future, hundreds of people from this region will support brands that offer them the possibility to contribute to the solution of serious social issues. Read more

March 21, 20125 years ago

What are the Startup Buzzwords Every Entrepreneur Should Know?

Angel, Bandwidth, crowdsource, virality, User Experience - just some of the keywords any entrepreneur should know, understand and use. Check the "The Founder’s Dictionary" infographic for a short, funny version of the Entrepreneur Dictionary or the guide to business terminology, an infographic prepared by Udemy. Read more

January 31, 20125 years ago

Before you buy it, Flubit!

Currently I am working in a very cool environment for a company called Flubit Limited, an eCommerce start up based in East London.

As senior developer and project manager, my role here is to develop, plan, manage, test and launch various features:

- from enabling the Java Script front end interface to programming the various functions of the website in PHP OOP
- from research solutions to the implementations of the technologies that will enable the scaling of the applications (like using Sphinx for better, faster MySQL usage)
- from innovating and planning of new functions for the Flubit platform to developing to implementation...

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January 31, 20125 years ago

East London is the new cool

As now I'm working in the cool area of Hoxton Street, Borough of Hackney, close to the Shoreditch and Brick Lane Market, now I have discovered another (cool) part of London.

East London seems to be a world of its own. How come this area is so cool?
This it isn’t really all that surprising, given East London has been on the up with artists, actors, musicians and TV personalities for the past few years.

Some say Shoreditch has had its day, that London’s trendy brigade have moved on. If you go to Brick Lane Market, though, it doesn’t look that way. The weird and wonderfully dressed hordes keep coming to the rough triangle made up by Old Street, Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street, packing into ramshackle bars and independent shops. Despite the spread of affluence, much of the area maintains its original gritty, urban edge; many of the walls and shop fronts are plastered with graffiti. Read more

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