Our team is highly experienced in creating and maintaining Ruby on Rails applications in agile way. Taking the best from both, we are able to rapidly implement your ideas — from prototypes and MVPs to large scale applications.
We have practical knowledge of building single page applications using Ember, AngularJS, Backbone and YUI. We focus on bringing the best user experience in every part of your application.
Sometimes it is important for you to have incoming data, like chat messages or notifications, available instantly in your application. We take advantage of the latest web technologies like WebSockets and Server-Sent Events to update crucial information in real-time.
German startup aiming to provide same-day local delivery services in Germany.
Real-time discussion platform for Twitter community.
Formerly Talkwit.TV. Identifies, captures and analyzes conversation on Twitter in real-time for almost every TV program aired in U.S.
Personalized high intensity trainings and training plans.
Open source, peer to peer file sharing application. Lets you share files with others in the same local network.
Szymon and Wojciech proved to be highly qualified software architects and developers, who can accurately advice the solution to challenging problems on all levels of project lifecycle.
Michael Loehr, tiramizoo CEO
Wojciech and Szymon implemented many tricky Nurph features over a period when the code-base was spread across numerous technologies and dependencies, including Redis, Node.js, and Rails.
Neil Cauldwell, Nurph
Started working with Ruby on Rails back in 2006. Later worked briefly at IBM, but quickly returned to Ruby and web development. Likes to experiment with cutting-edge web technologies.
Has been programming web applications using Ruby on Rails since 2008. Enjoys improving his logical thinking skills by playing contract bridge in a local league.
Former Linux admin, turned into Ruby on Rails developer in 2009. Likes digging into other people's source code to understand how and why it works. Amateur photographer.