Entity Framework Core – (Code-First approach) “Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS)” Web API (To be used for each API request.) All classes should be loosely coupled using Inversion of Control & Dependency injection principles SOLID Principles are to be followed while coding /
Repository and Generic Repository Pattern, Unit of Work
Every team member uses their own code editor of choice for writing code. All that matter is that the code that is written in them is top-notch.
Coupled with OhMyZSH iTerm is the terminal on steroids. You can use a number of useful plugins and other features like autocomplete.
A continuous integration tool for all our open source project. We use it to run tests and check our code for coding standards violation.
Semaphore CI is used for building, testing and deploying our client code.
De facto standard unit testing framework for PHP. Writing tests is crucial to write maintainable code.
Some apps are built using Docker images for easier deployment to various environments. In some cases, we also use it for easier local setup.
Varying Vagrant Vagrants is an open-source Vagrant configuration focused on WordPress development. VVV is ideal for developing themes and plugins as well as for contributing to WordPress core.
PHP Static Analysis Tool – it focuses on finding errors in your code without actually running it.
All of our work is on Github. Everything goes through pull requests and code reviews with your future team members
We use Slack for work and for fun. It’s our go-to tool for maintaining sanity both in office and remote.
WordPress Handbook is a repository of the practices and processes we developed through the years of working with WordPress.
We offer a number of benefits, high-quality tools, bad jokes, and a stimulating work environment. We offer a number of benefits, high-quality tools, bad jokes, and a stimulating work environment.
We believe that honest two-way feedback is the foundation of growth. In our bi-weekly one-on-one talks and quarterly 360 reviews, we discuss what’s good and what could be better.
Our teams get to work on very interesting projects for renowned brands and clients from a range of industries, some of which we can’t namedrop due to NDAs.
Sharing is caring doesn’t only apply to chocolate. Our way of giving back to the community is publishing open-source libraries and resources.
Paid language courses help our employees master the English language, in addition to being fluent in their programming languages.
We don’t have a sorting hat to tell you where you belong, but we will support your career switch from one job position to another. More info here.
Having clients all over the world means our employees sometimes have to travel to and work from beautiful locations. Gotta do what you gotta do.
Stay in shape with a sponsored fitness membership of your choice. You never know when the elevator is going to go out of order.
You know the old saying – the greatest wealth is health. Regular health checks are on us, getting your five-a-day in is on you.
Hate waking up very early or fancy going for a run at the lunch break? Tailor your working hours to fit your schedule.
Students or non-students, everybody deserves a carefree time-out to recharge their batteries. Bon voyage!
Snack on fruit, cookies, and nuts to keep your energy levels up, then pour a cup of strong tea or coffee over it for a good measure.
Whether your ride comes on two wheels or four, don’t let it get caught in the rain. We offer free parking for bicycles and subsidize car parking.
We like people who go the extra mile, so we don’t let miles and kilometers limit us. Office location? Anywhere. It’s all about flexibility.
Every team gets a monthly budget to hang out and do fun stuff. While foodie teams love restaurant hopping, adrenaline seekers prefer to get locked up in escape rooms.
If your four-legged friend doesn’t eat MacBooks, let him tag along. Your colleagues will appreciate the stress relief.
We provide innovative solutions for following industries.
Oil & Gas