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Ondřej Bárta

After the project is released and it's out there. A code clean-up is in order.

This is the third article in the series about Nuri rebranding. If you haven’t, go ahead and read the first article Nuri — formerly Bitwala; How To Manage An Ambitious Rebranding about our processes and structure, and the second article Nuri — formerly Bitwala; How To Migrate A Brand about the technical decisions in the migration.


As a human being, you were created to explore, create and help others do the same.

The nature of creativity and the act of creation is described differently by almost every person that I have asked. It depends on the person as we’re all different even though we’re all one of the same. The motivation to create also has roots in many different places for everyone. But we’re all able to manifest new things into existence.


Technical aspects of Bitwala to Nuri migration.

This is a second article in the series about Nuri rebranding. If you haven't, go ahead and read Nuri — formerly Bitwala; How To Manage An Ambitious Rebranding, which is more about processes and structure we set up for the rebranding project.


This is not a marketing article. This is my way of appreciating everyone’s hard work and talking a bit about my experience, and showing the challenges we faced.

Near the end of last year, I was stopped in the hallway of our office (in between Covid lockdowns) and was asked to lead the technical side of the redesign and rebranding efforts of Bitwala to Nuri. Since I was building the Bitwala products for all platforms from the very beginning, it only made sense for me to jump into that opportunity head-on.s


May or may not have been inspired by real events

The most dangerous tech debt is one that has been written many years ago. Nobody understands how that piece of code actually works and why it was written as it was. There's no way of contacting the person who wrote it. And issues with it pop up right before a huge release that has been in the works for many months. Even worse if you have a hard deadline that has only very little room to shift.


I recently started to play this awesome game. Everybody became to be obsessed with it. And I love it too. I am a proud owner of Moto 360 1st gen. When I saw this petition I decided to try making Android Wear extension of this game.

Notification when Pokémon appear near your location (Android Wear 2.0)

Next screen could not be necessary to make but I did it anyway. …


Last summer I had a chance to be a developer working on project Jack.cz. It was a great opportunity and I feel that I need to write something about it to maybe inspire someone to follow their dreams. Because I followed them while working for a startup.

I am a high school student right now. In my first year of high school, I fell in love with technology and my experience and knowledge in this area started to expand really fast at that time. After three years of growing and some experience as a front-end developer, I got my yet best opportunity last summer when I asked my friend, about some summer job and he gives me contact to one guy from Techsquat. He told me about what they do and asked what I would like to do. …

Ondřej Bárta

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