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Welcome techies!

Be welcome on profiq’s blog!

profiq is a software engineering company that was established in 2010 and is owned by former Sun engineers. We enjoy working on development and testing of core systems such as platforms, frameworks, server-side applications and developer tools, that’s why we ended up establishing an engineering focused company and that’s why we started to write this blog too – going a step beyond our regular business needs. So, who you will hear from:


Nemanja Lukic – Madrid
engineering director

Nemanja Lukic

Rasta Kanocz – Prague


Slavomir Katuscak – Prague
software engineer

Slavomir Katuscak

Gabor Puhalla – Prague


Ladislav Folta – Nový Jičín
software engineer

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Jan Hájovský – Ostrava
software engineer

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Pavel Balcárek – Nový Jičín
software engineer

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Petra Rydrychová – Ostrava
hr specialist


Ondřej Fuchsík – Ostrava
software engineer


Jakub Janoška – Ostrava
software engineer

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Richard Hrúza – Prague
software engineer

Filip Vavera – Ostrava
software architect

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Miroslav Meca – Ostrava
software engineer


Michal Kalita – Ostrava
software engineer


Lukáš Trnka – Prague
marketing strategists

Petr Večeřa – Ostrava
engineering lead


Petr Matěj – Ostrava
software engineer


Petr Bednář – Ostrava
software engineer

We hope, you will find our articles useful and as much as possible you will enjoy reading them! Especially, if: You are passionate about technology besides it being your job. You enjoy investigating how things work, besides understanding what they do. You don’t expect software to be perfect and you actually like exploring its qualities. You are motivated by learning and open to share. And last, but not least, technology or testing are not your only interest;)

We are looking forward to your feedback!

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