Noway Media Ltd..
|Company name||Noway Media Ltd.|
|Position||Co-founder, CEO and Web developer|
|Other websites||www.schoodle.bg (No longer available)
www.qrl.bg (No longer available)
The company Noway Media Ltd. was found in 2011 with the idea to develop web based services and products. That was a great experience for me because I had a chance to get closer to the idea how to manage a small StartUp, and also I had the chance to understand the business processes behind it.
I believe that this is a valuable experience because the knowledge about the processes in the company and the deep understanding about the roles of each employee are great foundations for my professionalism.
I was a manager in Noway Media Ltd. but also a PHP / Web Developer.
During the years we developed a couple of projects – QRL and Schoodle.
QRL (abbreviation of QR link) is a web based system which can be used by the customers to generate their own QR codes pointing to specific URL’s. Those QR codes can be printed on posters, books or somewhere else and later to analyze the traffic through those of them which are scanned with a mobile applications.
Schoodle (the name comes from the combination of the words “School” and “Google”) is a web application where teachers and parents can exchange more information about the progress of their children at school.
Behind those two web applications there is another one which stays behind the scene. The name of the application is User Management System (UMS). Its purpose is to manage all user accounts part of QRL and Schoodle. So, every time when someone is logging into QRL the personal data the user is stored and managed by this “third building block”. The reason to organize all projects in that way is for security reasons and also because the users will have access to all other services without the need to create new accounts.
It’s worth to say that this “third building block” communicates with each of the projects with the help of a RESTful API using its own internal protocol. The communication is based on JSON and XML, depending on the developer’s needs.