When I was 10 years old, I coded my first website. For me developing is one of the most creative jobs in life. You can create things, which give happiness, help and meaning to people’s lives. Nowadays you don’t need to code – start prototyping.

Fields of expertise

Product management and UX design

In my previous projects we have used a wide range of technologies, from hardware PCB creation and microcontroller firmware to data engineering, data science and finally generating the added-value for customers in beautifully crafted web applications.

For me, product management is all about prioritization and design, whether it’s UX, UI or interface definitions.

"App stiching" for ultra-fast protoyping

I can say with certainty that for the most applications there is way too much self-developed. Corporates and startups can save a huge amount of money by “stiching together” the software stack with existing tools, libraries and services.

I propose a “no-code-first” policy for managers by staying uptodate about available tools. And I and encourage developers to become stack-stitchers instead of coders.

Microservice architecture

Most companies can save over 30% of effort by using a modern system architecture with interconnected but modular microservices. Besides that a thought-through split between backend- and frontend-processing is key for good data-management.

I propose to do “architecture quick-checks” on a regular basis to assure that the dev team focus on future added-value instead of maintenance of outdated patterns or frameworks.

Services I offer


In case you lack expertise in your team, we can assist you for a period of time. In less than 1 week, we will sponge all information and start working hands-on as

  • Interims-CTO (architecture)
  • Interims-CPO (product)
  • Consultant (topic, questions)

The no-code Session

In this workshop managers and/or developers get the skills and a complete toolkit to start with ultra-fast prototyping.

“App stitching” will get explained and exercised in a hands-on working sessions, so every participant collects experiences.

The quick-check

In this workshop we will do a deep dive into your system architecture, discuss past decisions and recommend future enhancements.

We will explain the most common mistakes and talk about known  best practices. In the end we will prioritize your “technical debts” and improvements.

About me

  • Florian Bräuer
  • Entrepreneur and developer
  • Bridging the tech and biz world
  • Chasing purpose and impact

Software innovation, like almost every other kind of innovation, requires the ability to collaborate and share ideas with other people, and to sit down and talk with customers and get their feedback and understand their needs.

– Bill Gates