MEET US IN GERMANY FOR TECH ADVICE
Two of our representatives will be in Germany in the week beginning November 11. Book a free meeting to talk through your tech needs with us.
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Do you manage Python projects or teams? Do you want to know how to improve your digital product development processes? Do you need any advice on how to implement the latest technologies?
Look no further. STX Next’s Sebastian Resz and Wojciech Semik will be visiting Frankfurt, Cologne, and other German cities in the week beginning November 11 and they’d be delighted to help out.
Sebastian and Wojciech can not only advise you on the best tech stack for your project, but also tell you how you can benefit from our end-to-end product development services, including Discovery Workshops, Product Design, Mobile and Web Development, DevOps, and 24/7 production support.
The free consultation will help you find out how to:
- speed up your product development,
- choose the optimal technological solutions that fit your needs,
- see the challenges you face in a different light,
- estimate the costs of outsourcing product development,
- assess the financial and technological feasibility of your product.
To schedule a meeting with Sebastian and Wojciech, please use the form below.
Experienced Business Developer with a passion for the IT industry, in particular Software Development in industries such as FinTech, PropTech, Logistics, and Machine Learning. Skilled in helping digital executives navigate through product development and meet strict deadlines. IT professional with a Master’s degree in Economics. Always interested in forming international relationships between individuals and companies.
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Head of Service Delivery at STX Next with over 10 years in leadership positions in the IT sector. Former software developer (Python, Java, PHP, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and others), product analyst, and architect. Lean, Agile, and Python enthusiast focused on creating an environment where business, people, and technology can grow. A firm believer in servant leadership, process improvement, and customer collaboration.
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