Hola. Somos UbiqWare. Una empresa centrada en ayudar a fabricar software a otras empresas y organizaciones. Recién cumplidos nuestros dos primeros años, necesitamos comenzar a incorporar nueva savia de manera inmediata.
Si te atrae trabajar en torno a metodologías ágiles, desarrollar tu carrera en una empresa que ofrece servicios en torno a la gestión integral del ciclo de vida del software, aplicando técnicas y tecnologías de referencia (desarrollo guiado por pruebas, integración continua, entrega continua, gestión de infraestructura como código o gestión del servicio IT, entre otros) y ayudarnos a hacer más grande esta aventura, envíanos tu currículo a firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are glad to share the announcement of the new project in which we are involved with our colleagues from Simbiosys. Our joint team has just been selected from a list of 8 candidates worldwide to develop the new website for the Friends of the Internet Governance Forum, an initiative to preserve and curate the archives of the sessions of the Internet Governance Forum.
Find the original announcement from Chalmers and Associates here. If some guys from Asturias can convince someone from New Zealand to work with them, is there any limit left for collaboration via the Internet?
And we, Simbiosys and UbiqWare, have some ideas in mind to make it something much more powerful than an archive: stay tuned!
One day, our esteemed colleague Dominique Hazaël-Massieux from W3C, in his search for startups using web technologies to create apps, decided to interview UbiqWare. Here you can find the result
Thanks for the interview, Dom!
Here you can find the video capturing our presentation at Startup Grind Asturias. Keep in touch!
Yesterday, we had the chance to participate in the first edition of Startup Grind Asturias as the first startup presenting its activity. Despite the hassle with the remote control and some problems with the mic, we provided a brief insight of our services to the software development community, with a special focus on multi-device and cross-platform development.
It was also a honor to precede the interview to Raul Mata, made by Alejandro Orviz. Raul Mata is one of the most active entrepreneurs in Spain, co-founder and president of eGauss -a Business Holding of ICT companies created by top-quality researchers and entrepreneurs. His vision as an expert manager provided all the audience with some tips to take into account in our next future. In addition, the bunch of anecdotes he narrated also allowed us to attend an enjoyable event. Things could only get better in the following dinner, in which we shared a nice conversation with him.
Alejandro is the main responsible of the acceptance of Asturias as one of the geographical chapters of the Startup Grind initiative, supported by Google for Entrepreneurs, so this region should be grateful to his courage to build this all from scratch. However, he could not have made it without the help of all the Startup Grind Asturias team: Víctor Caveda, Aurora Barrero, Ricardo González Menéndez, Olga Gutiérrez and the rest of the crew. Laboral Centro de Arte should not be forgotten either, as they offered a wonderful place to host the event. Many thanks to you all for this wonderful event, which will happen on a monthly basis in the three main cities of Asturias: Gijón, Oviedo and Avilés.
You can see the start of our speech in this picture stolen from our friend Enrique Riesgo’s Twitter timeline:
Nacho Marín starting the speech presenting UbiqWare at Startup Grind Asturias
Hi, everyone! Welcome to a new adventure set up in order to facilitate life for software developers, with a special focus on cross-platform development. Keep in touch!