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What are the most interesting problems you can work on as a developer in Bulgaria?

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As Bulgaria is transitioning from an IT outsourcing destination to an R&D hub for the development of a growing number of innovative products, the scope of engineering problems and know-how in the country is also expanding. These range from sending satellites to space through building autonomous cargo drones all the way to developing software components for self-driving cars.

So, it’s survey time: From your perspective, what are the most interesting technology challenges you can face as a developer in Bulgaria? What are the real cutting-edge products developed here? Vote before July 4th and let us know. It’s not an exhaustive list, thus feel welcome to suggest other options for the poll – just make sure to mention the name of the company and one-sentence general description of the type of  problems you can solve there.


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Etien Yovchev is a co-founder and Chief Editor at The Recursive, online media dedicated to the emerging tech and startup ecosystems in Southeast Europe. He has told the stories of over 200 ventures from the region and aims to provide high-quality constructive reporting on the progress of the SEE innovation ecosystem, making sure that the stories of promising local founders reach global audiences. Etien holds a MSc degree in Innovation Management from RSM, Erasmus University Rotterdam and has more than 4 years of experience in the commercialization of new products, having worked with many early-stage companies and a few corporate innovation departments across Bulgaria, The Netherlands, and the USA.