At the core of the company there is Lunatic, a runtime for developing low latency, robust and distributed networking applications. It can be used for web applications, game servers, video and voice chat, or other apps requiring low latency runtimes. Lunatic borrows many proven ideas from Go and Erlang, but also uses WebAssembly to make it easier targetable from existing languages, allowing teams to leverage already existing code and libraries.
Hrvoje previously co-founded an innovative insurance-tech company Amodo where he served as a system architect. For the last few years, he has been working as a contractor on various back-end projects including a platform for running real-time web-based multiplayer games.
Bernard is the co-founder and CEO of Lunatic. Prior to Lunatic, Bernard worked at CERN where he developed monitoring tools for a cluster of 1,000+ servers. He also manages 2 online communities around an open source distributed ledger technology with more than 6,000 registered users.