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We are a team of people who love their work;
A team that gets inspired by creating ideal products for our customers.

Who we are

Hard work and strong moral and team principles – this is what we believe in and try to implement the most daring and challenging cases. Not because we are looking only for what is popular and profitable, but because we believe that by applying knowledge and tremendous efforts, any project can become unique.
Who we are
Who we are
We defer to the principles listed above in preference to any complex process.

Our Company Values

Integrity, Trust & Respect

We trust and respect our business partners, customers, and our team. We do the right thing at the right time and in the most reliable way.

Commitment

Commitment to cybersecurity, client success, business partner relations, and our team are among our top priorities.

Good Ethics

We believe in good work ethics, providing our services to clients, building a relationship with our partners, and within our team.

Time Saving

We save time for the overall organization.

Improved top line

Helps the customer increase revenue.

Hassle decrease

We help customers avoid unnecessary hassles.

Risk reduction

Our goal is to protect the customer against unnecessary risk.

Integration

Our job help customer integrate different facets of the business.

Fair price

Our services go at an acceptable price.

Our guidelines in work:

Postgres

Sticking to boring old-school

We choose "boring" technologies – reliable and proven, such as Postgres and Rails.

We choose "boring" technologies – reliable and proven, such as Postgres and Rails.

Rails

Following "The Rails Way"

We put our stakes on the Rails as the greatest way to follow. Ruby and Rails is the best "boring" combination that suits our vision, goals, and skills. We’ll always choose those tools and patterns first in a pragmatic approach however, we’ll bring in new ideas where we see value in them. Following "The Rails Way" enables us to ship features quickly and with the minimum amount of stress by keeping the codebase well-organized, predictable, and coherent.

We put our stakes on the Rails as the greatest way to follow. Ruby and Rails is the best "boring" combination that suits our vision, goals, and skills. We’ll always choose those tools and patterns first in a pragmatic approach however, we’ll bring in new ideas where we see value in them. Following The Rails Way enables us to ship features quickly and with the minimum amount of stress by keeping the codebase well-organized, predictable, and coherent.

Chip

Investing in new tech

The Rails are great but not almighty and we will never stop exploring new technologies. We make practical bets on solutions to sensitive problems we have right now. However, problems do not predetermine a solution, even if the solution is the most popular to solve certain problems.

The Rails are great but not almighty and we will never stop exploring new technologies. We make practical bets on solutions to sensitive problems we have right now. However, problems do not predetermine a solution, even if the solution is the most popular to solve certain problems.

Mess

Not messing with success

We code, then test, then release. If it works, then it's done. If it's not perfect now no one says it can't be perfect at all but now it is already good if it satisfies our client. We will work on it more to try and make it perfect, will kill all the bugs, but the main thing is not to do excessive tasks that will bring only hassle and no result.

We code, then test, then release. If it works, then it's done. If it's not perfect now no one says it can't be perfect at all but now it is already good if it satisfies our client. We will work on it more to try and make it perfect, will kill all the bugs, but the main thing is not to do excessive tasks that will bring only hassle and no result.

Together

Being in this together

We are a team and take collective responsibility for the code we create. There’s no place for individuals withdrawing. Sure, each of us has different involvement due to levels of expertise. However, when one developer ships code, we all celebrate it, and we all do our part to support it in the future.

We are a team and take collective responsibility for the code we create. There’s no place for individuals withdrawing. Sure, each of us has different involvement due to levels of expertise. However, when one developer ships code, we all celebrate it, and we all do our part to support it in the future.

Trust

Trust is a must

The team cannot exist without mutual trust. We’re trusted to get our job delivered, to do what we say we’ll do, to work with our best effort, to make our best decisions, and we’re trusted not to abuse the autonomy we’re given. In turn, we trust that others will do the same.

The team cannot exist without mutual trust. We’re trusted to get our job delivered, to do what we say we’ll do, to work with our best effort, to make our best decisions, and we’re trusted not to abuse the autonomy we’re given. In turn, we trust that others will do the same.

Balance

work-life balance

We do not work weekends (usually).

We do not work weekends (usually).

Fun

Having fun

We have a lot of stuff that brought us together and keeps us a small but strongly tied working family. We aim to maintain a fun&friendly atmosphere inside the team. We share memes, jokes, our ups and downs, and our music that no one else likes.

We have a lot of stuff that brought us together and keeps us a small but strongly tied working family. We aim to maintain a fun&friendly atmosphere inside the team. We share memes, jokes, our ups and downs, and our music that no one else likes.

Progress

There is no progress without a challenge

We challenge and question each other because the truth is born in a dispute. Having healthy arguments from time to time is a great way to reach a better decision. We learn to listen to each other’s viewpoints respectfully, explain our decisions, weigh the pros and cons, empathize with differing viewpoints, look for consensus, and ultimately agree on a decision—even if it did not match initial thoughts. We argue the tech points, not the personal traits, and we try to keep these discussions meaningful.

We challenge and question each other because the truth is born in a dispute. Having healthy arguments from time to time is a great way to reach a better decision. We learn to listen to each other’s viewpoints respectfully, explain our decisions, weigh the pros and cons, empathize with differing viewpoints, look for consensus, and ultimately agree on a decision—even if it did not match initial thoughts. We argue the tech points, not the personal traits, and we try to keep these discussions meaningful.

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Our greatest desire is to empower people to unite around ideas that matter to them and make those ideas come to life together.

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