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Why we’ll do your project well

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Startups

  • I am an expert in my business field and I’m looking to create an automation product using my expertise

    This is a type of project where at the start the product requirements are not fully defined. There is a common vision, but this vision can significantly change as the product develops and user feedback is gathered.

    We organize a product creation process for you from scratch, swiftly and efficiently. We can also create a process of incremental releases of product versions to the market to obtain user feedback.

    We remain highly flexible in how the release process is configured. You will be able to make quick adjustments, promptly receive new versions, and test them for feedback. Usually, new versions are released at 2-3 week intervals.

    For examples of such projects see the JustETF, SSGA, and Group R case studies.

  • I have a unique technology, and I need to create a product based on the technology

    We’ve had plenty of technology startups as clients. In such projects, the client focuses on technology development while we develop the rest of the product.

    In the Gradarius project, the company founders developed the AI-based core of the system. We created the business system itself and integrated the core into it.

    In the Indeni project, the client developed the business logic which was the main know-how of the system, while we were commissioned to create a Web interface.

    We have extensive experience working in geographically distributed teams and integrating software components. You always maintain full control over intellectual property.

  • You have the freedom to choose technical solutions - I need you to effectively use my budget and get the maximum result

    In such projects, it is very important to understand what to focus on.

    At first, we analyze your goals and review different ways to achieve them.

    Then, we research the selected approaches including how realistic and cost-effective the methods are and their pros and cons.

    As a result, we have several product functionality and implementation options. We list each option’s pros and cons and provide labor costs estimates. At this stage, it often becomes obvious that minor functionality is expensive, while some of the most essential features are relatively cheap.

    If the functionality is both essential and expensive, we can offer alternative solutions or compromise options.

    For example, to reduce the budget by 1.5 times we can use cross-platform technologies to develop applications that run both on Android and IOC. However, the appearance of such solutions will not exactly be native.

    Another example is the use of semi-automatic processes instead of fully automatic ones. For example, a chatbot that correctly processes 80% of requests and sends the remaining 20% to a human operator will cost several times less than a bot processing 100% of requests.

    This approach allows us to prevent situations when the project is not complete but the budget has already been exhausted. Freedom in choosing approaches and technologies is a necessary condition for the success of such projects.

  • The scope of the project is rapidly changing - the flow of changes needs to be managed and stable product releases are expected

    We design an individual process for each project. This process changes over time following the changes encountered over the course of the project.

    For the described type of a project, the following general attributes of the process can be noted:

    • Two versions of the product are developed - stable and “in development” version. The stable version is transferred to users. New functionality is created in the “in development” version.
    • A new version of the product is released according to the schedule. Usually, at a 2-3 week interval.
    • New requirements or change requests can be submitted by both the client and the project team. All of them are registered in the task tracking system.
    • The project manager analyzes the incoming requirements, clarifies them, if necessary, and organizes the evaluation process for each task.
    • The client approves the list of tasks for the next release and sets priorities. When planning the versions, task priorities, estimated time, and risks are taken into account.
    • Tasks are launched, completed, and then passed through two-stage quality control. Initially, the result of each task is tested as the tasks are completed. Then, at the final stage of the iteration, the entire new version goes through regression testing. Afterward, the result of the iteration gets into the stable branch.

    New functionality is created only in the “in development” version. If errors are found in the product, they are fixed both in the “in development” and stable versions.

  • The project is already in the works but I want to expand the team

    We have the experience of working in geographically distributed teams. The key to success in such projects is clearly defined areas of responsibility.

    We do not offer outstaffing service but take charge of specific project components. For the aforementioned components, we guarantee the quality of the result.

    We develop interaction protocols between the assigned components and the rest of the product. You can be sure that the entrusted components will be developed according to the schedule and in compliance with specifications.

    This type of distributed team model was implemented in the Gradarius project. The mathematical server of Gradarius was created by a team of US scientists, while the rest of the system was developed by our team in Russia.

  • I want to imitate an existing product and add my improvements. Reverse engineering may be required

    We have experience in such projects.

    But before work starts, we suggest answering two questions:

    • First and foremost, why create such a product at all? How exactly it will be better? These are very important questions. Concrete and clear answers will help us work for your goal.
    • The second question is the technical ability to do such a project and potential costs. We can answer this question by conducting a little research.

    For example, for one of our clients, in the absence of documentation, we developed a mobile client for the Blackboard Learning Suite. In order to reverse engineer the Blackboard protocol, we studied the browser and server interaction.

  • The project has a high level of complexity - you need to develop non-trivial algorithms or AI

    The key advantage of our company is a large number of engineers with mathematical education. We also have established partnerships with research institutes of one of the leading Russian scientific centers - the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

    This makes us good partners in projects involving:

    • Analysis of hidden dependencies in large data sets
    • Predictive modeling of future behavior based on past data
    • Usage of neural networks
    • Creation of parsers, compilers, and decompilers
    • Implementation of methodologies from operations research and discrete mathematics

    For examples of such projects see:

    Predicting Red Hat business value, Math Editor, Sentiment analysis for instagram and Expedia hotel recommendations

  • I need to make a prototype quickly

    Typically, the goal of the prototype is to answer questions. Questions can be different - from testing market reaction to a product to researching how effectively the technologies and approaches can solve a technical problem.

    When creating a prototype, our main task is to clearly understand where we should concentrate our efforts in order to get an answer to a question, and where minimal functionality will suffice.

    In such projects, we must clearly see which tasks are imperative and which tasks can be ignored.

    Once this is done, we can provide an estimate, create a development plan, iteratively implement it, and pass the results of each iteration to the client for feedback.

Businesses

  • I am an expert in my business field and I’m looking to create an automation product using my expertise

    This is a type of project where at the start the product requirements are not fully defined. There is a common vision, but this vision can significantly change as the product develops and user feedback is gathered.

    We organize a product creation process for you from scratch, swiftly and efficiently. We can also create a process of incremental releases of product versions to the market to obtain user feedback.

    We remain highly flexible in how the release process is configured. You will be able to make quick adjustments, promptly receive new versions, and test them for feedback. Usually, new versions are released at 2-3 week intervals.

    For examples of such projects see the JustETF, SSGA, and Group R case studies.

  • I have a unique technology, and I need to create a product based on the technology

    We’ve had plenty of technology startups as clients. In such projects, the client focuses on technology development while we develop the rest of the product.

    In the Gradarius project, the company founders developed the AI-based core of the system. We created the business system itself and integrated the core into it.

    In the Indeni project, the client developed the business logic which was the main know-how of the system, while we were commissioned to create a Web interface.

    We have extensive experience working in geographically distributed teams and integrating software components. You always maintain full control over intellectual property.

  • I have the requirements - I need you to strictly follow the plan and the schedule

    We analyze the requirements, create a project plan, and approve it with you. The plan contains the following key information:

    • A set of iterations with a list of features for each iteration
    • Iterations release schedule
    • An estimate of costs for each iteration
    • Team info for every project stage
    • Possible risks and strategies for overcoming the risks

    At this stage, we attempt to predict all possible risks and eliminate those that can be eliminated at the start of the project (usually, these risks are related to technologies, algorithms, and performance). All key technical points are thoroughly researched.

    Following this procedure, most risks can be eliminated at the planning stage. The resulting plan also contains the agreed percentage of variability to account for factors that can not be foreseen in planning.

    The project is characterized by key aspects such as:

    1. Requirements
    2. Schedule
    3. Budget

    Depending on the client’s priorities, we can guarantee that the two of the three parameters will be met in full. Variability in the third parameter allows us to work with risks.

    For example, if a risk arises, one of the following routes can be suggested:

    • increase the team size, keeping the schedule and functionality intact
    • release according to the schedule and budget, but cut back on some of the functionality
    • release later, but maintain the budget and functionality

  • I need you to get a grasp of my business area and automate business processes

    In this type of project, your business goals are our priority. We do not create software but solve business problems through software creation.

    This means that we:

    • Analyze your business area and get an understanding of your automation goals, including key stakeholders’ goals. All the requirements including legislative industry requirements are analyzed. The results are described in a vision document and approved with you.
    • Next, we define how different user groups can work with the system. At this stage, we take into account various requirements for performance, scalability, security, reliability, usability, and etc. A software requirements specification is created as a result of this step. We approve the document with you before we move further.
    • In the next stage, we select optimal technologies for your solution. We suggest various options and describe their pros and cons. You choose the technology that is best for you.
    • Next, we create a preliminary project plan and approve it with you. On average, every 2-3 weeks the current iteration is released for review which means that adjustments can be made in the course of the project. As a result, you get exactly what you want at the end of the project and maintain full control from start to finish.
    • Once the project is complete, we can discuss your support needs and further development goals.
  • You have the freedom to choose technical solutions - I need you to effectively use my budget and get the maximum result

    In such projects, it is very important to understand what to focus on.

    At first, we analyze your goals and review different ways to achieve them.

    Then, we research the selected approaches including how realistic and cost-effective the methods are and their pros and cons.

    As a result, we have several product functionality and implementation options. We list each option’s pros and cons and provide labor costs estimates. At this stage, it often becomes obvious that minor functionality is expensive, while some of the most essential features are relatively cheap.

    If the functionality is both essential and expensive, we can offer alternative solutions or compromise options.

    For example, to reduce the budget by 1.5 times we can use cross-platform technologies to develop applications that run both on Android and IOC. However, the appearance of such solutions will not exactly be native.

    Another example is the use of semi-automatic processes instead of fully automatic ones. For example, a chatbot that correctly processes 80% of requests and sends the remaining 20% to a human operator will cost several times less than a bot processing 100% of requests.

    This approach allows us to prevent situations when the project is not complete but the budget has already been exhausted. Freedom in choosing approaches and technologies is a necessary condition for the success of such projects.

  • I need to make a prototype quickly

    Typically, the goal of the prototype is to answer questions. Questions can be different - from testing market reaction to a product to researching how effectively the technologies and approaches can solve a technical problem.

    When creating a prototype, our main task is to clearly understand where we should concentrate our efforts in order to get an answer to a question, and where minimal functionality will suffice.

    In such projects, we must clearly see which tasks are imperative and which tasks can be ignored.

    Once this is done, we can provide an estimate, create a development plan, iteratively implement it, and pass the results of each iteration to the client for feedback.

Technical Consultants

  • I have a unique technology, and I need to create a product based on the technology

    We’ve had plenty of technology startups as clients. In such projects, the client focuses on technology development while we develop the rest of the product.

    In the Gradarius project, the company founders developed the AI-based core of the system. We created the business system itself and integrated the core into it.

    In the Indeni project, the client developed the business logic which was the main know-how of the system, while we were commissioned to create a Web interface.

    We have extensive experience working in geographically distributed teams and integrating software components. You always maintain full control over intellectual property.

  • I have the requirements - I need you to strictly follow the plan and the schedule

    We analyze the requirements, create a project plan, and approve it with you. The plan contains the following key information:

    • A set of iterations with a list of features for each iteration
    • Iterations release schedule
    • An estimate of costs for each iteration
    • Team info for every project stage
    • Possible risks and strategies for overcoming the risks

    At this stage, we attempt to predict all possible risks and eliminate those that can be eliminated at the start of the project (usually, these risks are related to technologies, algorithms, and performance). All key technical points are thoroughly researched.

    Following this procedure, most risks can be eliminated at the planning stage. The resulting plan also contains the agreed percentage of variability to account for factors that can not be foreseen in planning.

    The project is characterized by key aspects such as:

    1. Requirements
    2. Schedule
    3. Budget

    Depending on the client’s priorities, we can guarantee that the two of the three parameters will be met in full. Variability in the third parameter allows us to work with risks.

    For example, if a risk arises, one of the following routes can be suggested:

    • increase the team size, keeping the schedule and functionality intact
    • release according to the schedule and budget, but cut back on some of the functionality
    • release later, but maintain the budget and functionality

  • You have the freedom to choose technical solutions - I need you to effectively use my budget and get the maximum result

    In such projects, it is very important to understand what to focus on.

    At first, we analyze your goals and review different ways to achieve them.

    Then, we research the selected approaches including how realistic and cost-effective the methods are and their pros and cons.

    As a result, we have several product functionality and implementation options. We list each option’s pros and cons and provide labor costs estimates. At this stage, it often becomes obvious that minor functionality is expensive, while some of the most essential features are relatively cheap.

    If the functionality is both essential and expensive, we can offer alternative solutions or compromise options.

    For example, to reduce the budget by 1.5 times we can use cross-platform technologies to develop applications that run both on Android and IOC. However, the appearance of such solutions will not exactly be native.

    Another example is the use of semi-automatic processes instead of fully automatic ones. For example, a chatbot that correctly processes 80% of requests and sends the remaining 20% to a human operator will cost several times less than a bot processing 100% of requests.

    This approach allows us to prevent situations when the project is not complete but the budget has already been exhausted. Freedom in choosing approaches and technologies is a necessary condition for the success of such projects.

  • My requirements include the technologies to be used

    The current list of technologies we use can be found here.

  • The scope of the project is rapidly changing - the flow of changes needs to be managed and stable product releases are expected

    We design an individual process for each project. This process changes over time following the changes encountered over the course of the project.

    For the described type of a project, the following general attributes of the process can be noted:

    • Two versions of the product are developed - stable and “in development” version. The stable version is transferred to users. New functionality is created in the “in development” version.
    • A new version of the product is released according to the schedule. Usually, at a 2-3 week interval.
    • New requirements or change requests can be submitted by both the client and the project team. All of them are registered in the task tracking system.
    • The project manager analyzes the incoming requirements, clarifies them, if necessary, and organizes the evaluation process for each task.
    • The client approves the list of tasks for the next release and sets priorities. When planning the versions, task priorities, estimated time, and risks are taken into account.
    • Tasks are launched, completed, and then passed through two-stage quality control. Initially, the result of each task is tested as the tasks are completed. Then, at the final stage of the iteration, the entire new version goes through regression testing. Afterward, the result of the iteration gets into the stable branch.

    New functionality is created only in the “in development” version. If errors are found in the product, they are fixed both in the “in development” and stable versions.

  • The project is already in the works but I want to expand the team

    We have the experience of working in geographically distributed teams. The key to success in such projects is clearly defined areas of responsibility.

    We do not offer outstaffing service but take charge of specific project components. For the aforementioned components, we guarantee the quality of the result.

    We develop interaction protocols between the assigned components and the rest of the product. You can be sure that the entrusted components will be developed according to the schedule and in compliance with specifications.

    This type of distributed team model was implemented in the Gradarius project. The mathematical server of Gradarius was created by a team of US scientists, while the rest of the system was developed by our team in Russia.

  • I want to imitate an existing product and add my improvements. Reverse engineering may be required

    We have experience in such projects.

    But before work starts, we suggest answering two questions:

    • First and foremost, why create such a product at all? How exactly it will be better? These are very important questions. Concrete and clear answers will help us work for your goal.
    • The second question is the technical ability to do such a project and potential costs. We can answer this question by conducting a little research.

    For example, for one of our clients, in the absence of documentation, we developed a mobile client for the Blackboard Learning Suite. In order to reverse engineer the Blackboard protocol, we studied the browser and server interaction.

  • The project has a high level of complexity - you need to develop non-trivial algorithms or AI

    The key advantage of our company is a large number of engineers with mathematical education. We also have established partnerships with research institutes of one of the leading Russian scientific centers - the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

    This makes us good partners in projects involving:

    • Analysis of hidden dependencies in large data sets
    • Predictive modeling of future behavior based on past data
    • Usage of neural networks
    • Creation of parsers, compilers, and decompilers
    • Implementation of methodologies from operations research and discrete mathematics

    For examples of such projects see:

    Predicting Red Hat business value, Math Editor, Sentiment analysis for instagram and Expedia hotel recommendations

  • The project has a complex architecture - it consists of many parts and will run in the cloud

    We usually divide such projects into independent parts that interact with each other according to a specific protocol. Usually, such interaction is indirect and conducted through a load balancer, queue, or another intermediary. This architecture provides the following benefits:

    • Scalability - the ability to increase the performance of individual parts of the system depending on the load
    • Maintainability - a system broken down into components is easier to understand and maintain. Additionally, changing one component does not affect the rest of the system.
    • Swapability - components can be easily swapped
    • Testability - each component can be isolated and covered with tests

    Before such a project is launched in the cloud, it is necessary to identify the role of each component in the system and formulate policies for security, scalability, and failover. The right choice of these policies allows us to build the most efficient architecture not only in terms of performance but also in terms of the costs of the required resources.

    From a technical point of view, we usually wrap each component in a separate container (for example, a docker container), which allows it to run in different environments. We also use orchestration tools (Kubernetes, Amazon ECS, etc) to manage the system. Additionally, we efficiently integrate and use various Amazon AWS and other cloud computing providers’ services.

  • I need to make a prototype quickly

    Typically, the goal of the prototype is to answer questions. Questions can be different - from testing market reaction to a product to researching how effectively the technologies and approaches can solve a technical problem.

    When creating a prototype, our main task is to clearly understand where we should concentrate our efforts in order to get an answer to a question, and where minimal functionality will suffice.

    In such projects, we must clearly see which tasks are imperative and which tasks can be ignored.

    Once this is done, we can provide an estimate, create a development plan, iteratively implement it, and pass the results of each iteration to the client for feedback.

  • I need to solve a technical problem in an existing product

    There are two categories of problems:

    1. Good problems are technological or integration problems, performance problems in certain situations, problems with the implementation of new functionality within the framework of existing architecture, and other regular product development problems.
    2. Bad problems are associated with poor quality of the product’s intrinsic technical solutions.

    We solve the problems of the first type. In the case of bad problems, we can conduct an audit and see if there are any possible solutions. But often rewriting the product is the best solution.

    Describe your problem, we will do our best to understand it and see what we can do.

This list describes the types of projects we have experience in.

If you found a description that fits your project, get in touch and we will be happy to assist you.
If nothing above applies, contact us anyway. We can create a tailored process for your project based on 17 years of experience solving various complex development problems.

Here is how we manage the quality of our projects

Management

The key to managing a project is understanding the client’s business goals. We find a way to organize the process in the most optimal way to ensure goal achievement.

Project goals can be different:

  • in some projects, we need to develop a prototype quickly and start testing it on real users in order to get and implement feedback
  • other projects require a highly loaded system with a high level of security and reliability
  • there are projects where new product releases must be very stable and bug-free due to a product being used by thousands of users
  • other types of projects are listed in the section above

Each project is unique. Therefore, no process is the same. There are common characteristics, but, in reality, all aspects, including the people who form the team, communication processes, chosen technologies, and QA and release processes are designed individually considering the following objectives:

  1. To reach the client’s goals
  2. To do so with minimum expenditure of time and budget

Also, in the process of project implementation, we conduct regular reviews to make sure the process remains relevant to the changing context of the project.

Quality management

The QA process is part of the overall project management process and is optimized for the client’s business goals.

Depending on the type of project, we can perform:

  • manual testing
  • automated testing
  • performance testing
  • security testing

As part of the code quality assurance, we conduct regular code reviews and statistical code analysis. We also cover the code with unit tests.

How we combine these techniques and the release testing process depends on the goals of the project.

It makes sense to write automated tests if the cost to write is lower than the cost to manually test a part of the project. Automated tests can also be used if you need prompt feedback to build a product and release a version. Some parts of the project are prone to inaccuracies and the human factor. These are also covered by automatic tests.

Typically, a part of the project is covered by automated tests, and another part is tested manually. The distribution between the two varies depending on the project.

Performance testing and security testing are not always required. These are expensive so it makes sense to use them only where they are objectively required.

Release testing processes can also be very different depending on the goals.

For a new product, released as a pilot version to collect feedback, usually, multistage testing on different configurations isn’t necessary. Also not required is testing on a configuration identical to the production server. Such testing only makes sense when a new version of a large system with ten thousand users is produced.

Our task is to optimize the process in such a way that the level of quality required by the client is achieved with the minimum expenditure of time and budget.

Code quality
management

To ensure code quality, we follow the best practices, use static code analyzers, and have formatting and commenting rules.

In the process of project implementation, architectural solutions, principles, and approaches for writing code are documented individually for each project.

These rules are regularly discussed by the team and reviewed over the course of project implementation.

The code is written based on these rules. These rules also serve as one of the criteria for evaluating code during a cross review.

Regular audits of the project architecture and quality of code are carried out by one of the third-party architects.

UI/UX

In our work, we follow the basic principles of design. This set of rules allows us to efficiently create high-quality products.

A simple and clean interface directs user focus to the most important things.

We make sure our products are useful and convenient. All key interface elements are configured to the smallest detail - they are arranged in an optimal way and do not require extra clicks.

Intuitive interfaces ensure the users act consistently and confidently.

We use the best practices from the most experienced product teams in the world.

Performance

Performance usually means two things:

  1. The ability of a server application to support the simultaneous work of a given number of clients
  2. Data processing speed for systems working with big data
Server-side applications

Highly loaded systems must initially be designed as scalable, with the ability to run in a cluster or in the cloud.

We have experience in implementing such systems. However, in reality, only a small number of systems have such requirements.

For example, our browser-based game with over a million registrations and a load of 450 requests per second runs on a single dedicated server with a large margin.

In order to know how exactly the system will behave under heavy loads, load testing is carried out. For example, for yet another browser game, we created a simultaneous load of 2,000 clients, which required the use of 20 separate servers.

Data processing speed

For data processing systems, performance usually has a lot to do with the efficiency of algorithms. Algorithms are often designed for a specific task and specific data set.

However, it is not always possible to gain access to data when developing a project due to companies’ information protection policies.

For example, when we were working on a Deutsche bank project that implied finding and eliminating duplicate address data, the speed of the algorithm created for the test data turned out to be two orders of magnitude lower when applied to real data.

Due to data security policies, we did not have access to the real data. In such conditions, we developed and collected a number of indirect metrics that helped us recognize the nature and character of real data, without having access to it. After these metrics were analyzed, we released a version of the algorithm that was effective on real data.

Security

Our company’s experience includes projects that successfully passed third-party due diligence audit.

We use best practices to ensure the security of our projects. When building a project, we run automated penetration tests to test vulnerabilities.

Our portfolio includes projects for banks and large financial institutions in Switzerland. These projects were marked by high-security requirements and our solutions met these requirements.

Legal issues

Compliance with the law is not the last aspect of software development. Attention to this issue at the very early stage of the project prevents various risks for the client.

Before the start of a project, we research and get a grasp of all the legislative acts the project must comply with. GDPR? Industry legislation? Regional country law? All these regulations must be taken into account when designing the system.

Additionally, software components’ licenses are an important aspect. Without the direct instruction of the customer, we will not use components if their licenses require the opening of the source code of the developed product.

24x7

We can organize a smooth running of your project, both on your infrastructure and in the cloud.

Typically, cloud hosting providers’ services include clustering and a high-quality protection system against failures. In your infrastructure we can configure:

  1. Cluster and replication between cluster parts
  2. Failure monitoring and preventive monitoring (scanning of the environmental parameters, beyond which the system can fail)
  3. Automatic system restart in case of a failure
  4. Backup and backup monitoring
  5. Hot deployment: installations of new versions without bringing the system down

Documentation quality

There are two types of documentation - technical project documentation issued during the process of project implementation and documentation passed to the client upon project completion:

Technical project documentation includes:

  • All project requirements
  • Project management plan and project processes description
  • Documentation specifying access to the project resources (information, installed systems, code sources, etc)
  • QA documentation (checklists, processes and other specific information)
  • Requirements for the project infrastructure and customer side infrastructure
  • All project tasks and all conversations about the tasks

The documentation upon completion depends on the needs of the client.

  • At a minimum, we provide instructions for the administrator to install and configure a project.
  • At a maximum, a detailed instruction for product users is provided. Intermediate instruction variants are also possible.

Support quality

We support the projects and the code we created.

We guarantee that defects will be fixed free of charge within one year after the final release of the project granted that the project operates in the environment and conditions described in the initial requirements and that the code had not been modified by a third party.

In other cases, problem-solving is possible at additional costs.

We also carry out the development and support of completed projects:

  • Usually, with a sufficient volume of requests, a dedicated person is appointed to the project to solve problems.
  • If there are few requests and they are non-urgent, we process them all at once over a certain time period.
  • Other options are possible, we are open to a discussion.

The team

To work on complex tasks and ensure the level of quality described above, we make it a priority to maintain a high level of professionalism of the team. That's why:

1

All potential employees are required to have a university degree in mathematics, physics or computer science from one of the 2 leading Novosibirsk universities - Novosibirsk State University (included in the world's top 100) or Novosibirsk State Technical University.

2

When hiring, we administer tests to assess the candidate’s abilities such as attention to detail, code quality, level of understanding of concepts, knowledge of algorithm theory, analytical skills, and ability to design solutions that effectively solve problems

3

When working on projects, we attentively supervise each employee and offer opportunities for every member to improve their skills. Our main criteria for employee results evaluation are quality and efficiency. When training people, we emphasize that all the company’s activities should be built in line with these two paradigms.

4

Currently, the team comprises 25% of senior developers with experience of 7 to 20 years, 55% of middle developers with experience of 3 to 5 years, and 20% of juniors with experience of over a year.

5

Our team specializes in the creation of systems with complex business logic. Such systems require the implementation and application of various algorithms and high technology.

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