Are you a product owner, developer or the founder of a new startup? If you want to launch a great SaaS application, the next marketplace, or any kind of web application, this tech talk is for you.
Before starting their latest venture, ROQ Technology, Tim and Fabian extensively analyzed how unique web applications can be built today. They found that despite the increasing popularity of low-code tools and kickstarter applications, POs, developers and founders still want the full flexibility and scalability of owning their codebase.
In this talk, Tim and Fabian share their research and show how to launch limitless web applications faster. You will get specific tips on how to get the speed of low-code tools and the flexibility of your own codebase. This makes the talk particularly exciting for anyone planning to launch a web application in the near future.
Founder at ROQ Technology and former CTO at Rocket Internet.
Tim co-founded ROQ Technology, which is developing a Feature-as-a-Service platform. Tim has been responsible for IT due diligences, product launches and IT rollouts for DAX companies and startups such as Bosch, Metro, Home24, Swisscom and Private Equities.
Furthermore, his deep IT expertise helped Tim in the past to grow startups and, more recently, act as CTO of Global Founders Capital and Rocket Internet. With his co-founder Fabian, they are changing the way companies build web applications by providing speed through out-of-the-box features and combining them with the full flexibility of self-written code.
Founder at ROQ Technology. Held CTO roles at Spryker and Project A.
As Co-founder and CTO, Fabian launched ROQ Technology in 2020, a Berlin-based startup that is developing a Feature-as-a-Service platform. Being a passionate software developer for more than 20 years, Fabian follows his dedication of clean code, performance and scalability.
As CTO, Fabian co-founded and led the technological development at Spryker, a platform for ambitious commerce projects. Prior to Spryker, as CTO of Project A, Fabian was responsible for the entire tech stack and team recruitment. As CTO of Rocket Internet, he developed a store system that provided the basis for the global rollout of all kinds of e-commerce startups and was later used by established corporations like HelloFresh and Westwing.