He hadn't planned to stay in New York.
His meeting with Josh Haas changed the life of Emmanuel Straschnov, a young French polytechnician, to the other side of the Atlantic.
Together, they founded Bubble in 2012, with one ambition: to create a platform of simpler programming tools to allow as many people as possible to develop applications without needing to master computer code.
$100 million raised
For seven years, the two engineers will develop their product, which today has 13,000 corporate customers and 2.1 million users worldwide.
A number that has doubled in less than a year.
Just like his income.
The changeover took place in 2019, when Silicon Valley companies saw the ambition and quality of applications that could be created with 'no code'"
, says Emmanuel Straschnov.
Digital, a growing sector but struggling to attract students
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the movement, exploded the application needs of companies, while leaving a lot of time for people…
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