We do love web projects and most of our teammates work both on front end and back end side as well. Of course, arguments of “what framework is better” are a kind of never-ending story. We always try to adjust technology stuck to projects needs. Our approach is typically agile-oriented (thanks to CTO, Maciej) and we work in the Jira environment with all basic scrum rituals. Recently we finally prepared all tools for proper work like Docker Jenkins, Selenium, etc.
Our customers have 2 faces mostly: start-up or agency. With both of those customer types, we like to work.
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