Marko Anastasov

Rendered Text co-founder. Started with code, currently more focused on people and words. Foosball striker and entry-level cyclist.

Recent Articles

Launching Customer Service Meetup in Novi Sad

On September 26, we’ll gather people interested in Customer Support and Customer Success, exchange ideas, tips and tricks, share the good and the bad. You will have a unique chance to listen to CS experts and learn from their stories.

Semaphore 2.0: Unleashing the full power of CI/CD

Last week we launched Semaphore 2.0, our new cloud-based continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) product. Featuring fully customizable pipelines and a whole new look, it represents the next step in our mission to enable all developers to build great products at high velocity.

Photo: team retreat at Balaton

At the end of May the Rendered Text / Semaphore team went to a three-day retreat at lake Balaton in Hungary.

Who we're hiring, June 2018 edition

It’s an exciting time to join Rendered Text as we’re in a transition on multiple levels:

Public speaking tip: one slide per minute

Marko spoke at the BalkanRuby conference last week about his experience working on Ruby Bench. In an internal post on our message board:

Elixir meetup in Novi Sad on June 7, 2018

For all those who are using or interested in the Elixir programming language, we’re organizing the second Elixir meetup in Novi Sad. The event is scheduled for June 7, 2018 at 18h in Startit Centar, and is open for talks in any format.

Rails Testing Handbook

A new ebook on building test-driven Rails apps with RSpec and Cucumber.

At Rendered Text, we have a long history with Ruby on Rails. Checking the blog archive reminds me that we published first posts about working with Rails way back in 2009.

Petar Perovic joins Rendered Text

We’re super excited to announce that Petar Perović has joined the Semaphore product team!

Katarina Ugrinić joins Rendered Text

Today we’re reviving the custom of announcing new team members on the blog. These are exciting times for Rendered Text as we’ve been setting up various functions in the company that have not had dedicated people before. We’re very happy to see these fantastic people come and do great work. As a result, we’re collectively able to accomplish awesome things that were not possible before.

Framing Risk

Risk has a bad reputation. In both everyday and business context, when we say that something is “risky”, we usually mean “dangerous”, “maybe you shouldn’t be doing that”, “you don’t know what you’re doing”, and so on. I’d like to reset that thinking in myself.

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