CEO - Founder
CEO - Founder
CEO - Co-founder
Setting a vision for how technology is used in the company and ensuring that the technological resources meet the company's short and long-term needs.
Outline the goals for research and development and creating timelines for the development and deployment of all technological services.
Making executive decisions on behalf of the company's technological requirements and creating engineering culture that enables fast and quality feature implementations
Managing Director of EYVIT
At FocusCura I was fortunate to have gotten an entrepreneurial opportunity to create and head a new subsidiary within the group where I hired, trained, and motivated an excellent team of engineers, sales, marketing, and all across the board of expertise needed to build and bring to the market a state of the art SaaS product that would revolutionise care as we know it!
A truely exceptional journey that I've enjoyed every part of!
As lead engineer I helped the development team transition from a slow moving team that lacked focus, to a modern, self sustainable, rappidly growing agile team. In 2 years, we went from a small hackers team to an extremely productive feature focused teams, which are able to confidently release to production at any moment within minutes.
As a technical lead, I was proud to lead a scrum team delivering a product (MeinVodafone) that was granted the people’s choice award as the best telecom app in the German market.
Jr. then Sr. Software Engineer
Delivered across the entire app life cycle –concept, design, build, deploy, test, release to app stores and support. Created compelling device specific user interfaces and experiences. Standardizing the platform and in some cases apps to deliver across multiple brands with minimal duplication of effort Present & attend industry events/ conferences.
Building a digital product is hard. Over the years I’ve built multiple products and learned that your product requirements will change… daily. The success of your team and the product depends on whether you are able to adapt to these changes quickly enough.
Over the years I’ve set up several teams and learned that a team’s success is determined by finding the balance between juniors and seniors, between specialists and generalists, between dreamers and soldiers and between optimists and realists.
I try to work for a team as a leader instead of as a boss. Standing next to your team, maximizing their potential, not being afraid to reveal your own vulnerability and always steering towards an ideal situation where your role is no longer needed.
Most projects have a (big) history and almost always some form of technical debt. Sometimes a solution for this technical debt is to migrate to a new framework/language/backend etc. My experience with complex migration projects has demonstrated that starting a new project from scratch in parallel is rarely the best course of action, as they often never finish. Instead, my approach involves delivering business value while gradually migrating towards the new standard.
I’ve been around the block and have learned that you should write code imagining that you will have to come back to it 3 years later. At that point your nifty one liner will no longer make sense and your future self will hate you for it. The main goal of your code is to take any uninitiated reader by the hand and guide him through the logic.
People want to have the feeling that they are making an impact. I feel my biggest duty is to maximize each team member’s productivity. Is someone doing a mundane task? Automate it. Is someone repeating a task often? Automate it. Is someone doing a task that is hard to do in a consistent way every time? Automate it. Developers should focus on what they are good at: Being creative and adding value. I’ll try to take away any other task.
Rimon is one of the most talented Mobile application engineers I've worked with. Very high quality work, deep understanding of mobile technologies, excellent attention to detail, and an outstanding intuition about what makes great software. It is a pleasure to work with him.
Rimon is one of the most professional and hardworking people I’ve worked with. Very dedicated and motivated.