Open Source Development

We maintain and help develop some of the most advanced e-commerce website in the world, one of which attracts over 60 billion visits per day. Our experienced consultants’ (including Server Side and UI developers) capabilities extends to a number of development languages such as Java, PHP and includes application framework and tools such as Spring, Hibernate, SOLR, Drupal and Eclipse.

We also understand some of the most important and critical technology trends in the market such as Big Data. We are currently working on a number of greenfield Big Data projects and our architects have the experience of working with Cassandra and Hadoop.

Our mission is to deliver outstanding results for our customers. We live and breathe cutting edge technology and development projects of this size and scale really excites us.

For more information on our Open Source Development Services please contact us.

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