Throughout his career, Jan worked his way from entry-level jobs to more senior positions, and discovered a passion for management and mentoring. It led him to pursue management roles where he could really make an impact and help shape others' careers. In this blog, we follow Jan's journey and discuss Career Ladder, a complex growth framework, that Sudolabs has been rolling out in the Engineering Lab.
Before joining Sudolabs, Katka worked for a chain of co-working spaces cultivating both the local and global tech community. Technologies became part of her day-to-day life and along the way she became interested in UX/UI design. In this blog, we discuss her journey from Community Management to Product Design.
A lot happened in 2022. Writing it all down would result in an hour-long blog. So let's look back at just a few happy moments.
Laura has been a part of Sudolabs since it was founded in 2017. She has seen the company grow from a 10-member team to over 80 members... and it’s been quite a journey! In this blog we talk about the company's growth, the way she perceives marketing, and employer branding, but also things that motivate her and keep her going.
1:1 meetings are an essential tool of managing performance. Managers meet with their reports and discuss how they and their work are progressing. Nevertheless, not every company does it in a way that can actually boost productivity and inspire people to improve. In this article we will reveal how it works in Sudolabs and share some useful tips on how we prepare for 1:1 meetings.
As of May, Andrej has switched jobs and joined Sudolabs. In a recent conversation, we discussed his impressions after the first few months and took a closer look at the onboarding process. Known for being the adventurous type we could not leave out a few questions about his lifestyle.
In the first part of the blog dedicated to augmented reality, we talked about Snap lens and Spark AR platforms. In this second part, we will cover the MediaPipe library, which in comparison to the two above requires some programming skills. We have also prepared a simple example, which you can follow and code along!
Ever since Lukas joined Sudolabs, he's been a part of the project The Expert. As a product designer, he gets to do user research & interviews, conducts usability testing, iterates on new functionalities, and discusses them with the client. In the blog below he deep dives into the project and uncovers the entire process.
Autumn in Sudolabs stands only for one thing: annual workation. This year, however, was a bit more challenging. Why is it so? Well, the number of Sudoers has doubled since last year and we are nearly 80 now!
Most of Sandro's career was devoted to regular software engineering. At the end of 2020, he realized he no longer wanted to do programming and was looking for an activity that would bring the most value to the company. As a result, he gradually evolved into an engineering manager.