All posts in Mozilla

  • I’ve launched a Mozilla Donation Campaign for #CyberMonday craziness.

    November 29, 2016

    I have started a small campaign today and I am so happy to see it working – 138 engagements so far and a few donations. There is no way to see the donations, but I can see more “I have donated” tweets in the target languages. Please retweet and take action :) Feeling like spending

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    How to engage us, developers to use your API.

    March 17, 2016

    There are tens of thousands of API’s available. More to come. Most of the companies though, have troubles engaging developers to use them. So I have decided to share a few thoughts and ideas on how you can do that, based on my experience. Design your API well Nobody likes powerful, but not developer-friendly APIs.

  • Voice-controlled UI plus a TTS engine.

    June 29, 2015

    A few days ago I’ve attended the launch of SohoXI – Hook and Loop’s latest product that aims to change the look and feel of the Enterprise applications forever. I am close to believing that and not only because I work for the same company as they do. They have delivered extremely revolutionary UI in

  • Why is Bulgaria Web Summit 2015 so different from any other event?

    January 21, 2015

    When I talk to sponsors and even to friends about the Summit, they always ask me what makes our event different. So here’s the secret: We started this event 11 years ago (under a different name) as an effort to create something amazing and affordable for IT guys in Bulgaria. At the same time we

  • Coworking spaces in Brussels for Fosdem

    January 6, 2015

    If you are heading to BXL for Fosdem and if you arrive earlier as I do you may need a coworking space. Thanks to twitter and some followers I got two nice hints I want to share with you. They both offer a free day for open source enthusiasts. See you there: Beta cowork  and