28.03.2018

Natalya Blanco: Passionate mobile developer

Born and raised in Venezuela, Natalya Blanco is a meetup pro, loves South American martial arts, and doesn’t really fit the developer stereotype. Since January 2018, she’s been part of our full-stack team and never shies away from challenges when developing mobile apps.

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28.03.2018

Elisabeth Hundt: Green thumb meets Ruby on Rails

She loves coding, growing all kinds of plants, and spending time with her son, Felix. In our interview, back-end developer Elisabeth Hundt lets us in on the finer details of her job at Ubilabs, her secrets of being a working mom, and her personal and professional highlights of the past months.

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20.12.2017

Merry Christmas from Ubilabs

2017 was a very exciting year. Ubilabs would like to thank all clients, partners, and friends by looking back at the highlights of the previous months.

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09.08.2017

UX Camp HH: Ubilabs sponsors User Experience Barcamp

User experience is key when it comes to (map) applications and is of utmost importance for designers, developers, and product managers alike. Ubilabs’ UX/UI team members Erik Scheibner and Mirko Hamann took part in the UX Camp HH, which revolved around all things user experience, and share their thoughts in the interview.

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01.08.2017

Making it rain: Franz Neubert at FOSS4GE 2017

FOSS4G Europe 2017 is the third installment of the open-source geospatial event series, which took place in Paris from July 18-22. Ubilabs’ front-end developer Franz Neubert mingled with the GIS community to find out about the latest geo trends and to share his insights on visualizing weather data.

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04.07.2017

Ubilabs Summer Party: Celebrating the anniversary, again

A stiff breeze and a drizzle can’t keep Ubilabs from having fun. After the “official” anniversary party in March, we decided it was time for another celebration. Ubilabs will only turn 10 once, after all! So the team got back together with their friends and families for a summer party that was quite typical for this part of the country.

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