Users expect mobile apps to be fast and responsive, and they'd better not drain too much battery. When you're dealing with third-party APIs and lots of real-time data, how can you still expect to reach optimal performance? We've found a way.
Tomas TeleisaSenior Software Engineer
Playing games like King’s Bounty and Wolfenstein 3D on his family’s first PC had Tomas dreaming of being a Tank Commander when he was young, but when we wrote a disassembler with an assembler in only his second year of university, he know software and web development was the way to go. He’s applied his life philosophy – improve in every way possible – to continually learn new things and apply new knowledge in a practical way ever since.
When he’s not doing his duty as web developer for Devbridge, Tomas is probably enjoying his favorite cuisine – Chinese – or reading books. His favorite book is Red Orm, though you may know it was The Long Ships. If he weren’t a developer, Tomas would probably brew his own beer, but he’d rather not be a wine taster. Sampling all of those drinks and never actually getting to enjoy one? The horror!
“I drink, therefore I am”Monty Python