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Ondrej SikaOndrej Sika

DevOps architect, consultant, and trainer specialized in open-source DevOps — Helping and training developers, startups, as well as corporations to improve their software development and IT operations (DevOps). Audits and pipeline implementations, support and consulting, hands-on workshops and training sessions.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 773 452 376

Eva SkornickovaEva Skornickova

investment advisor and lawyer specialized in data privacy, cybersecurity, and GDPR — Eva helps her clients in implementing security-by-design and data-privacy principles, in launching new products and services, conducting privacy and cybersecurity due diligence on potential partners, as well as raising capital for business growth.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 602 655 008

Roman VeznikRoman Veznik

senior copywriter and copywriting consultant specialized in the Czech market and language — I will help you to establish your brand in Czechia by creating texts that fit well with your tone of voice as well as the local cultural milieu. I specialize in business names and taglines, web copywriting, text audits, and copy-consulting.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 725 258 067

Daniel GladisDaniel Gladis

stock investor, author of books about value investing, and Vltava Fund founder — The founder and a director of the Vltava Fund, a global equity investment fund serving qualified investors since 2004. Daniel has been investing on financial markets since the early 1990s and has written two best-selling books about value investing.

Based in: Malta Malta Working area: global

Zuzana BilkovaZuzana Bilkova

manufacturer of wool duvets and bedding in a traditional workshop — Besky is a traditional workshop in Beskid Mountains manufacturing wool duvets and bedding of the highest quality, handmade from 100% natural materials and wool supplied by local farmers. Founded in 1992, it has served 30,000 well-rested customers.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: EU
Contact: +420 608 455 600

Antonin KarasekAntonin Karasek

senior developer of mobile apps for iOS and Android — I can develop your iOS or Android app from scratch, including a backend part in Java. I have experience with app-development projects of all sizes, both as a freelance developer and development manager for large companies.

Based in: Czech Republic Czechia Working area: global
Contact: +420 725 865 117
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News & Updates

July 2


This is where creatives learn about doing business: Renowned creative coach (and poet) Mark McGuinness is launching Season 5 of his 21st Century Creative podcast for freelance artists and creative entrepreneurs. The full archive has 42 episodes already. Mark has also added a new level of support for listeners by offering a paid membership with some exclusive content for only $1/episode through Patreon (the go-to membership platform for creators, who have collected more than $1 billion there since 2013).

July 1


Have you received any business inquiries, offers, or questions from colleagues over an instant messenger recently? If you’re like most freelancers, you certainly did. Instant messaging (IM) is booming in work-related communications, and it’s not going away, quite the opposite. Nowadays, voice and video messages are trending. The rise of IM is raising some serious security concerns, though. These messages can be easily tracked and analyzed in-house by the platform provider, and often are, for various reasons. You may not be aware of it, but Messenger, WhatsApp, iMessage, Skype, even Viber and Telegram, all have security issues. There’s no perfect and 100% safe solution, but if you consult the Secure Messaging Apps Comparison website, some instant messengers are much safer than others (Signal, to name just the one we use in our team). The site hasn’t been updated for a while, so take it a mere introduction to the subject. A good practice would perhaps be to keep on using any general IM for non-confidential chats but switching to a safer channel with your clients and teams.

June 29


Good backup software should be secure, reliable, fast, affordable, automated, and continuous. For freelancers, CrashPlan For Small Business is arguably the best choice, offering unlimited cloud storage and encrypted HDD backups for $10 per month per computer. (We've been using CrashPlan in our team for years, and we love it.)

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