by Alex Grechanowski
by Alex Grechanowski
It’s now for two weeks full-time, but they are going to develop other plugins shortly, so it would be an stable collaboration. Both is possible: relocation to Wroclaw (they pay for travel and give free housing for the whole period) or remotely. Important: they need to make decision this week.
Solution for SDL Studio
● C# (advanced)
● knowledge of Windows architecture and programming
● using REST APIs
● SDL Trados Studio SDK experience will be an advantage
1. SDL Trados Studio (versions 2009, 2011 and 2014) Plugin for Transenter’s Solution (further referred to as ‘Solution’)
1. automated integration between our Solution API and SDL Trados Studio API
2. user interface for Solution API (TM file processing, rules management, configuration
management, update check), plugin help and license information
2. Installation module for automated installation of Solution
1. Django stack (Python, Django, Apache+mod_wsgi, PostgreSQL plus required modules)
2. Solution application, with automatic configuration and initialization
Operating System requirements: Windows Vista/7/8
Plugin compatibility requirements: SDL Trados Studio version 2009, 2011 and 2014
Download full job description as PDF.
Interested? Contact Pawel: bgr at transenter.com or +31 20 808 1509.
Here are some photos of the office in Wroclaw:
Established in 1999, Kyiv Mohyla Business School [kmbs] in Ukraine is a school for leaders who are oriented on qualitative changes. kmbs introduces a new 3-day program (Aug 7-9, 2014): How to Launch a Startup in Silicon Valley
The workshop is designed for:
Author and Coach/Mentor
Vlad Pavlov is the founder and CEO of rollApp, Inc, which is his third startup. Vlad is a serial entrepreneur and global high-tech executive who previously served on CxO/Director positions for a wide range of companies from seed-stage startups to Intel and Microsoft, in Poland, Russia, Ukraine and the United States.
His experience includes managing market-leading products ranging from browser plug-ins to compilers and FDA-approved clinical information systems. A frequent speaker at scientific and industrial conferences, he has authored major publications on computer science and software engineering (in 2006 was included into ACM Top-10 list). Vlad is a Senior IEEE member, Chair-Emeritus at CEE-SECR, his biography is published in Marquis’ Who’s Who in the World.
Program Structure and Schedule
The program consists of two integrated modules:
August 7-8, 2014
Workshop: How to create a tech startup, bring it to the global market, find the right investors, get funding for your startup, and open an office in Silicon Valley.
The workshop participants will receive answers to various practical questions such as:
Particular attention will be paid to the practical details of working as a foreign entrepreneur in the state of California.
The startup life-cycle will be considered from three perspectives:
1. Entrepreneurs’ perpective: how to choose and polish a business idea; how to build and motivate an international team; how to test and validate a business model; how to ensure the company growth and attract investors to accelerate this growth; how to plan and prepare your startup for exit, etc.
2. Investors’ perpective: how do venture funds operate – unveiling the inner mechanics; what is the logic of venture investors for making investment decisions; what are the important parts and risk factors of investment deals; how startups and investors are working together once the funding is attracted, etc.
3. Practical (hands-on) perspective: where and how to get incorporated in the United States; how to get the right visa type; how to effectively use Silicon Valley’s business infrastructure; what are the typical organizational and legal mistakes and how to avoid them, etc.
The workshop consists of lectures, practical activities and Skype video-bridges with invited experts.
Since 2011 Vlad Pavlov repeatedly conducted this workshop in the US and Russia. In Ukraine so far it was held only two times (once in Kyiv in a closed format and once in Dnipropetrovsk).
August 9, 2014
Business Game: Launching a High-Tech Startup and Attracting Investment
During this highly intensive one-day simulation, participants will dessign a high-tech startup from scratch and prepare it for pitching to VCs.
During the game, the participants get hands-on experience in a wide range of different activities that are required from succesfull startup founders, in particular:
4 800 UAH (VAT included)
Reserve your spot today!
“Too many entrepreneurs these days are burning out, stressing out, and pretending they have no choice. Startup Mixology reminds us all to pause and celebrate the small victories – because the game is really a marathon.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk
Frank Gruber is an entrepreneur, new media journalist and investor. In 2006 he co-founded Tech Cocktail – a media company and events organization for startups, entrepreneurs, and technology enthusiasts offering tech startup focused news, events, and resources. Frank has built and launched products for the masses while at AOL, Tribune and Classified Ventures along with startup efforts like Thankfulfor, Splog Reporter and more. As a journalist his works have been featured in a number of top media publications like TechCrunch, Fortune, HuffPo.
Justin Jackson, the host of the Product People podcast, will be launching Product People Club. Sign-up at productpeople.club to get notified about the pre-launch!
If, for some strange reason, you’re still not a regular listener of his podscast, here’s is interview with David Heinemeier Hansson (@DHH of Basecamp):
"The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities" ~ Stephen Hawking.
"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them" ~ Albert Einstein
"Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one." ~ Marcus Aurelius