When you start writing something about yourself or a team that you are in, you always want to appear spectacular and majestic. You, somehow, forget who you are and you want to be as appealing as it can get. Well, that’s not our case here. Why? Because we don’t really believe that forgetting who you are and why you are doing this job, will help you get better. Instead, we believe that if you keep your basic principles intact, you will eventually reach your goals and succeed in what you do. Because developing is our love and coding is the way that we chose to follow.
Who are we?
In August of 2010, we conceived the idea of forming this team. We did not make this team be the bosses of ourselves and maybe the boss of somebody else. We all had worked at other companies but we felt that something is not right. We made that team because we needed a place to host our ideas and our beliefs. That’s why we don’t want to sterilize our products and follow the common line. Each time, we need to feel part of the project and not just tools. Each project is unique and it should always be treated as something that is created from zero. We are a combination of different kinds of software developers, that always work as one person.
What do we like?
Ahh, good question. But first let’s talk about what we DO NOT make, like or do. We do not make hasty decisions. We do not take anything for granted. We don’t like web pollution. We do not like unsatisfied clients. We do not like total client-to-company dependency. We don’t like loud voices and stressful conditions (although we are very good at handling them). But enough with what we don’t make, like or do. Let’s talk about things that we like. We like structures. We like plans and ideas. We like open-source coding because sharing knowledge, while keeping everything in balance, is fun. We like satisfied customers and happy faces. We love software development and design rules.