This Quarter at Mobile Jazz

During the last quarter, Mobile Jazz turned five years old! We’ve been looking back at how it all began and ahead to the future. Our client Erika Lust was recently featured on a Netflix documentary, and we’re sharing our tips that allowed their site to handle the hundreds of thousands of incoming visitors.

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Five Years of Mobile Jazz – Why We Don’t Want to Be Google

We recently celebrated our 5th anniversary and thought it would be a good time to take a look back at the journey we’ve had. With a strong commitment from the beginning to create a great workplace, our two founders Stefan and Jordi have grown Mobile Jazz into a diverse team of 22 engineers, designers and marketers spread throughout the world.

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Netflix and Chill: How to Keep WordPress up All Night

You’re on a laptop, finishing off a particularly stressful day of work. You’re about to snap it shut when you notice one last email that’s slipped through. It’s Netflix – and they want to make a documentary about you.

When Lust Met Jazz

80/20 Investing Show: From Bitcoin, to the Stock Market to Investing in People

Our Co-founder Stefan Klumpp was interviewed by David Schneider on the 80/20 Investing Show. In the interview, Stefan chats about his investment successes and failures and how he now prefers to invest in our own companies and the team at Mobile Jazz.

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Hiring the Best People Based on a Cultural Fit and Not Technical Skills

I’m lucky. This year I’ll be 45 and I still get calls and messages from interesting people who want to work with me. Unfortunately, not all people who are my age get the same opportunities.

I was prepared for a technical interview with Mobile Jazz, but no, it was a friendly chat. Joan took the time to explain what it was like to work at Mobile Jazz and was asking me genuine questions about how I worked remotely, to see if I would be a good cultural fit for the team.

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Down to Zero – Our Free Ebook

We love creating flawless applications that offer a great user experience – it’s why we built Bugfender. So over the past few months, we’ve been working on an ebook to share with the world. Down to Zero is a practical guide to bug solving that goes beyond the traditional ‘testing phase’. In this ebook, we cover many other strategies you can follow to help release fantastic apps.

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Increase productivity and make your life easier! Here are a few of the great tools and tips we’ve recently shared in our weekly hangouts.

Fman is a modern file manager for power users, it’s beautiful, fast and extensible.

RescueTime is a service to track and view analytics on where you spend your time.

DropMark is a smart way to organize links, files, and notes into visual collections.

Elegantt brings awesome Gantt charts to Trello.

Last But Not Least

Beer Tasting at Mobile Jazz

During June, our web team lead Fran organized a beer tasting event at the MJ offices for the team. The experience started with a brief introduction for each of the seven beers we tried. We learned about the key ingredients for brewing and were taught how to identify the different taste and smells of the seeds used. It was a great learning experience for all, and a new way to enjoy our favourite beverage.

Check out Fran’s full write up on his blog (in Spanish).

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Pablo Garcia Roca

Pablo Garcia Roca

Pablo García studied graphic design at degree level and has been working on UX and UI for many digital platforms.