How I grew my side project “fastlane” from 0 to tens of thousands users by Felix Krause
Gußhausstr. 25-29, Staircase I
We would like to invite you to the fourth talk of this season on WED, May 10th, 5:30 pm with Felix Krause, who
- grew his side project “fastlane” from 0 to tens of thousands users
- sold it at the age of 21 to Twitter
- is now working on open source mobile developer tools at Google in San Francisco
After his talk and the Q&A-session, we invite you for networking accompanied by some free drinks. There is no fee, but registration on Eventbrite is necessary.
More about the talk:
“How I grew my side project “fastlane” from 0 to tens of thousands users”
Felix will talk about how it got started with mobile app development, how he started his first companies before starting “fastlane”, which got acquired by Twitter and later Google. Felix will share lots of little things he learnt on his way, including the differences between Silicon Valley and Austria.
More about Felix Krause
Felix Krause is the creator of fastlane, an open source toolchain for automating iOS and Android releases. After building fastlane during college, it got acquired by Twitter Fabric, and most recently got taken over by Google, where Felix now works full-time on open source mobile developer tools.
Preview of subsequent i²c Founder & Investor Talks 2017:
- WED, May 17th, 5:00-7:00 p.m.: “From One-Man-Show to One-Man-Show (to One-Man-Show)” with Niko Alm, Founder of Super-Fi, General Counsel of VICE CEE, Nano Business Angel (EI 9 Hlawka Hörsaal)
- WED, May 31st, 5:00-7:00 p.m.: Talk #36 “Minefield of experience: A mixture of success and failure from seven company foundations” with Michael Eisler, Serial Entrepreneur, Co-Founder & CEO at startup300 (EI 9 Hlawka Hörsaal)
- WED, June 21st, 5:00-7:00 p.m.: Talk #37: “The life of an entrepreneur or the thin line between genius & madness” with Selma Prodanovic, Founder & CEO of 1millionstartups.com and Brainswork Group, Co-Founder & Vice President of Austrian Angel Investors Association (EI 9 Hlawka Hörsaal)