We Love what we Do
Constantly growing and having passionate discussions.
We’re Growing and Grooving
It all started in 2014 as a small programming club. One cold winter evening six friends started a company named "Fullstack Development". We looked for challenging projects and stood by one another.
Today we are a distributed team that still puts people first.
- 9 years
We self-learn systematically and nurture talents
The software industry is in rapid evolution so you have to keep pace with it. It's not enough to level up once
— This thought of our CTO has become the unspoken company’s motto. It pushed us to make key changes in 2016 that made us who we are today.
- Created the Developer Roadmap for our engineers
We knew that in order to work with adventurous projects, everyone in the team has to upgrade their skills regularly. That is why we created our own Road Map for developers, where their knowledge levels are classified and complemented with the necessary content.
Since then, the Roadmap continues to evolve: any team member can offer to remove, replace, or add something just so knowledge remains applicable to the real changeable life. What’s the use for the knowledge if it remains graven on a stone?
You may find the Roadmap in the public domain and suggest an alternative opinion anytime. Feel free to contact us for further discussion:
- Started to teach software development from scratch
Very few know that we composed the Training Program in order to attract developers eager to self-development into our ranks. We wanted not only to hire skilled engineers but to help all those wishing to become ones.
Since then, great guys from the front-end and back-end Training Programs have joined our team, and the company continues to grow. The majority has already grown into proficient developers and keeps growing in-house according to our Developer Roadmap.
Discover solutions to complex challenges
From the very first days, we strive not just to solve our clients' problems, but to enjoy the whole process: learning about topics related to the solution, finding the best ways. Working on typical sites from time to time, we wouldn't get that.
We deliberately say "no" to developing a great number of simple websites so that we can challenge ourselves with unique and complex projects, and this has allowed us to grow and work with some amazing people and tasks: