Laszlo L. MariI write about tech, companies, neuroscience & life
I grew up in Budapest, Hungary, but since I've lived in Munich, and in LA and NYC for a few months each. I was intrigued by tech from a young age, and about ten years ago, I started writing HTML code. With some fantastic mentors I'll always be grateful for, and lots of enthusiasm about eight years ago, I could start working on some smaller web apps and projects.
Since then, I have been an intern at Google, built apps like Blockfolio (sold for $100M), Spin (sold for $100M), Spotify's internal podcast management platform, Waves (raised $1M seed), Glimpse (predicts trends before they happen) and many other startups.
My work has been featured in Forbes, The Economist, Bloomberg, and others.
At Dakai, my software development company, we build innovative solutions and craft beautiful interfaces. My focus has been on merging business, design, and tech, and I think this counts as my greatest strength as well. I can easily simplify and understand complex concepts, prioritize based on business value, and design interfaces with the end-user in mind.