Or: Why company processes, project plans, team culture and marketing are all linked to happiness and gratification. To show you why, I’ve taken a look at some of my daily tasks which all contribute to avoiding the Whiskey Syndrome.
Mehr Geld in weniger Zeit zu verdienen ist wohl der Traum aller Unternehmer. Darum wird eine große Anzahl an KPIs verfolgt, die deinen Umsatz über die Zeit beeinflussen. Ironischer weise findet sich Zeit darunter nur selten. Weißt du womit (und vor allem wie sinnvoll) du deine gesamte Zeit verbringst? Wann leistest du am meisten oder machst den meisten Umsatz pro Stunde? Insgesamt ist es sehr wahrscheinlich, dass du in weniger Zeit mehr schaffen könntest.
My journey into the world of IT was far from a direct one. I’m actually a trained social worker and anyone who knows my dear colleagues at CodeFlügel, will also know that there’s potential for a few office jokes in that. But really, there is more that unites my two professions than separates them. Don’t believe me? Then you should read on.
I’m sure many a developer and creative service provider is on occasion pondering that very question. Well, it could be achieved with chocolate, wine, super low prices, etc. But it would probably work better with ongoing communication and active inclusion of the client in the development process. But how to put that rather abstract notion into practice?
What kind of data am I releasing into the world and how can I protect personal information from being stolen or misused? These are frequently asked questions nowadays, but unfortunately, there is no universal answer that works for everyone. Nevertheless, I would like to give you some pointers on how to better protect your privacy in the digital age.
Virtual reality is currently being hyped in the mainstream media and is considered by many to be the technology of the future. But I think that augmented reality is the technology which offers more potential for the mass market and which will position itself stronger in the long run. Of course, I also want to tell you why I think that.
It’s Friday night and I’m chilling and barbecuing with friends, when I suddenly get a text message. Do I want to go to 15 Seconds Festival? Well, of course I do! This year, the festival previously known as Marketing Rockstars housed 3.000 people on 12.000m² They say it’s a festival for people who think ahead – a perfect fit for CodeFlügel, now we’re definitely going 😉
The year is 2016. The scene is set in a well conditioned office cellar. Johnny is sitting in a chair, moving slightly. He is looking left, right, up and down. It may look like paranoia or neck aerobics, but make no mistake, it has a very technological reason: our protagonist is testing the new Oculus Rift.
Virtual Reality (short: VR) is a promise of comprehensive digitalization, which was initially given in the 1980s and has been waiting to be kept ever since. Thanks to the evolution in important key areas, such as the production of high resolution displays and the vast improvements in graphics performance or sensor technology, to name but a few, the results which can be achieved today are a veritable spectacle.