Asquera GmbH

Who we are

After leading a larger development team and then switching to consulting, Felix has been in the web industry for more than 15 years now. He knows the internet in and out and can surely find a good solution for your problems.

< favorite tools >

(J)Ruby, Vagrant, Elasticsearch, couch(db|base), Postgres, Varnish, Padrino

< loves >

vim, Python, organizing usergroups, gardening

A seasoned Rubyist, Florian is interested in programming languages in general. He founded asquera to work on what he loves: databases and distributed infrastructures. Also fond of public speaking, Florian travels a lot and can usually be met at conferences.

< favorite tools >

Padrino, Rails, (J)Ruby, Python, Java, Elasticsearch, Postgres, Varnish, Vagrant

< loves >

Rust, Haskell, ROM, public speaking and organizing events

Always keen on calculating and organising she takes care of all administrative work. She knows all important deadlines and never loses track of everything concerning the company.

< favorite tools >

Calculator and Excel, Paper and Pen, Harvest

As a studied language teacher, Ewa can communicate with people in more tongues than the rest of the team. This makes her our go-to person for organizing projects and event like the now-traditional bus tours to the wroclove.rb. If you're meeting with us, you'll meet her sooner or later.

< favorite tools >

Basecamp, Harvest, Mail & Calendar

Previously a mobile developer, Sebastian is now putting his knowledge to use on the backend side of things. He will also make sure that your software is well tested, as there is nothing worse to him than not knowing how to test a problem.

< favorite tools >

Ruby, C/C++, C#/.NET, Objective-C, Java, Tests, Wowza

Jan is a backend ruby developer but also feels home at the frontend. He loves playing around with language implementation tools and all the bright GUI frameworks like Cocoa. Besides this, he is also a coach at RailsGirls Berlin and the RubySeeds learning group.

< favorite tools >

Ruby, Objective-C, C#/.NET, JavaScript

< loves >

vim, the command line, Cocoa, Language implementation

Ernesto uses the tools, programming language and frameworks that best fits the requirements, and the possible changes in your project. He is convinced that the more efficient way to interact with computers is via command line tools because they allow easy automation. "If it is repetitive, it is boring: automate. This will save you time to enjoy whatever is not repetitive, like life"

< favorite tools >

(J)Ruby, Javascript, Coffeescript, Python, Java, Middleman, Rails, Vagrant

< loves >

Vim + Tmux, CLI unix tools (command line interface tools)

Former media management assistant Brigitte’s world was changed forever by Rails Girls. She loves working in teams and is interested in backend things, testing and really enjoys closing issues.

< favorite tools >

Ruby, GitHub

Jr. DEV

With a background as a buyer & project manager in IT & Design for more than a decade Thuy loves to be involved in community projects, to explore new tools and to hunt colorful code snippets. You may find her at conferences, workshops and meetups.

< favorite tools >

iTerm, Github, Atom, RubyMine, Balsamiq, Sketch, Basecamp, Trello

< loves >

Inclusive Communities, Open Knowledge, Sketching

Jr. DEV

Travelling over 8000 kilometers from Canada to dive head first into your project, Andrew has experience working in a variety of university labs, non-profits, and open source communities. His greatest joys include working on distributed systems, constructing infrastructure, and teaching others.

< favorite tools >

bash, git, Rust, Javascript, Arduino

< loves >

Culture, Open Source, Science, Outreach

Ann has a business background with a detour to university, studying history and English. New to the tech world, she is keen on diving right in as project coordinator, helping to coordinate and organize projects.

< favorite tools >

Mail & Calendar, Excel

< loves >

Avocados, Watercolors, YA Dystopian Novels