Hi, we're Twigkit.
Twigkit is an independent software company made up of experienced, committed professionals. We offer more than technology; our products and consulting services help companies to perform better in the market, and make the lives of their customers and employees easier.
Since 2009 we've been lucky enough to have delivered search applications for some incredible companies with some amazing partners. You can read a little more about who we've helped here. We're based in Cambridge, UK and Milpitas, California. You're welcome to drop by our offices and meet us in person at any time.
Founding Architect, Business Lead
Specialising in search applications, Stefan has spent over 15 years creating and bringing enterprise-scale software to the market.
Before Twigkit Stefan held the position of Principal Engineer at FAST (now a Microsoft subsidiary) where he helped some of the world's largest companies and government agencies tackle complex problems using search.
Stefan was the founder and CEO of VYRE, a content and media management platform (acquired in 2003). He is also the creator of Tempo.js, the popular open-source template engine.
Stefan holds a B.Sc. (1st class) in Business & Economics from the University of Iceland and a postgraduate Masters degree (with Distinction) in Analysis, Design and Management of Information Systems from the London School of Economics.
Outside office hours, Stefan likes to swim with whale sharks.
Before joining Twigkit Bjarki held a research appointment in mathematics and computer science at the University of Cambridge, as well as a postdoctoral fellowship at Clare College, Cambridge.
Bjarki has published many papers on algorithms and mathematical logic, and spoken at various conferences and workshops.
Bjarki has a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, a M.Ast. in Mathematics (Part III of the Mathematical Tripos) from the University of Cambridge, and a B.Sc. in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the University of Iceland.
Bjarki was the lead author of Oracle 9i Java, a textbook on enterprise software development, and co-authored three additional books for the same UK publisher.