I question things a lot and have a huge motivation when it comes to disrupting the status quo. And since I have an entrepreneurial spirit, I have started at least a dozen startups so far. Here is a short story.
I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a major in Electrical & Computer Engineering and a minor in Computer Science in 2010. After graduation, I got a job as a software developer at Pozitron (later acquired by Monitise) in Istanbul, Turkey. After quitting my job at Pozitron, I joined a startup called Popkop as founding CTO. It was a location based messaging application. Although we acquired more than 10k users in a very short time, we couldn’t establish a sustainable business model. After a full time position and a couple of startup attempts, I got a job at Bosch Research Center in Silicon Valley.
In 2014, I decided to move back to Turkey to launch Portöyist, a fin-tech application that allows people easily track their investments. Then obviously we needed an office in Istanbul. During our office search, one thing led to another and I founded Kolektif House, a co-working space based in Istanbul, Turkey with my two other co-founders.
I am also a big fan of side projects. You can follow my current on going projects via clicking the button below. I’d love to hear, if you have any feedback on them!
I am the founder and tech consultant at Kolektif Labs.
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I studied Electrical & Computer Engineer and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. So my profession is software development. But I always consider coding as my hobby, since it is something I really like for a long time.
I started coding when I was 11 years old. Back then, I was using Pascal. Throughout the years, I have almost developed software at every level of the technical stack including frontend, backend and mobile.