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Saturday in #swedentech – November 9

Written by on November 9, 2013

Busy week? No time to check Swedish Startup Space? No worries – we’ve wrapped up the week’s most popular articles and latest jobs from #swedentech here for you!

Here it is, Saturday in SwedenTech November 9 edition:

Most read this week

Weld: A programming tool for non-programmers

Tom Söderlund has a fairly ambitious goal for Weld – to radically simplify the process of creating software. They’ve created “a programming tool for non-programmers”.

Meet Hub Planner, a resource planning tool for the forgotten industries

James chatted with Stephen Martin, one of the cofounders of Hub Planner – a project planning tool that are focusing on some interesting segments.

Swedish government introduces tax reductions for investors

The government introduces a tax deduction in December, which will result in a tax reduction for individuals who invest money in small businesses.

Swedes Abroad: A quick wrap up of the Web Summit in Dublin

For those who weren’t aware, last week the Web Summit conference was held in Dublin, and some 10,000 people and 500 startups attended. Over the couple of days we spent there, we managed to catch up with a few of the Swede’s in attendance and get their views on it.

Most read this month

Lund-based UserApp wants to help developers focus on what they do best

James spoke with Robin Orheden, a Lund-based developer who is behind UserApp – a new SaaS tool to help developers integrate user management into applications.

Heml.is update: “We would rather close down the service before letting anyone in”

Anders caught up with Linus Olsson of Heml.is for a quick update on how things are going for the private messaging service.

Vint, a marketplace for fitness and training opens into beta today

Vint have built some considerable buzz over the last few months, primarily because their team consists of a couple of ex-Wrapp people and Louise Eriksson who has just handed over the CEO role at AdProfit. Today, they launch their app in beta.

Thursday Code Pub: An initiative for Stockholm’s female developer community

The Thursday Code Pub is a meet-up for Stockholm-based women who want to learn more about IT and open for beginners as well as professionals. Our goal is to create a platform where one can be inspired, inspire others, all while becoming a better developer.

Latest jobs

Swedish speaking Account Manager at Freespee

German speaking Account Manager at Freespee

Sales Manager – Sweden at Freespee

Technical Support Representative at Freespee

Support and Delivery Representative at Freespee

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