Mercado.soy the only bilingual Latino marketplace that lets you buy and sell in English or Spanish. Reach Latino customers using the simple interface for listing your products.
Role: Mercado.soy is a side-project of the Lunarbyte team. We researched the market and saw an opening for a Spanish language marketplace. Since 2015 we've been managing the project roadmap, designing the look and feel of the site and related marketing materials, and developing new features.
Pay in store using the app, place an order ahead of time, get personalized offers, find nearby Starbucks stores, and purchase gift cards.
Role: Ben worked as a developer on the Starbucks Android team. He worked on payment, gifting, and mobile ordering features. Additionally, he mentored junior team members and introduced Kotlin as part of an effort modernize and overhaul the codebase.
Drag and drop API connector. Connect any service to any other service through a powerful web interface. Design custom workflows to seamlessly integrate your SaaS tools.
Role: Francisco joined the Azuqua team when they acquired Socedo. He built API connectors and developed UI components for the drag-and-drop flow builder. He also implemented backend code to authenticate the Azuqua app with external APIs.
Socedo has the largest source of B2B intent data from Twitter. You can use our solutions to identify in-market prospects based on real-time behaviors. Find new leads or revive existing leads in your database based on keywords found in Tweets, engagements with your competitors or any other entity on Twitter.
Role: Francisco was a core member of the Socedo development team from their early days. Frank was responsible for creating the UI of the Socedo web application, overhauling their landing page, and modernizing the front-end codebase.