We know how.
The developer translates your ideas and concepts into software: JAVA, C #, PHP, C, ASP.NET, but also in mobile application fields such as Objective C or HTML5.
Our developers are experts in the efficient use of open source technology, considered self-development and the use of advanced cloud concepts. In this instance, development frameworks and technologies are in the foreground, in which infrastructure, data management and monitoring are readily available as a service and no longer need to be developed anew each time software is developed: software as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service:
Development is the core of any software project. In this regard, requirements need to be prepared and translated by business analysts from concept into code. In addition to technical understanding, developers in the Specific-Group of course possess industry knowledge. It is important, to understand and speak the client's language right through to the roots of software development.
According to the Specific-Group competency model, developers start in junior rank and can move up with appropriate projects, ambition, hard work and personality to the level of middle or senior developer. Developers take over the design of new applications as architects with a broad understanding across different architectures, an understanding of state-of-the-art technologies and proven expertise. Developers with a talent for management are employed as lead developers and can contribute to the success of other experts besides our own employees.
High personal demands are placed on the developer, precisely at the highest ranks: He is the project's sonar and must be able to estimate for the project manager how long implementation will take and speak out in a timely manner about possible risks in order to avoid them. He is the quality manager's outstretched arm and the first testing entity.
A culture of openness, clarity and team spirit trains exercises trains these skills in Specific-Group projects for your success. Technical training and regular development projects promote technical expertise.