Saturday, September 11, 2010
Saturday, December 12, 2009
- Transparent development model inspired by Open Source
- Community Source: Developers are directed in their efforts by Subject Matter Experts
- Collective Vision: Breakthrough Thinking
- Team Building
- Lean and Agile Software Development
- Pragmatic Product Management
- STAR Award Best Practices for Product Support
- Defined Governance Model
We use a wide range of web technologies in our products including JRuby, Ruby, Java, PHP, Postgres, MySQL, NoSQL based databases etc. The product development teams we are currently hiring for have a mixture of Ruby and PHP and have exciting feature areas. Think you are one of us? Contact me at mike ATSYMBOL csinitiative.com
Saturday, March 28, 2009
You can live anywhere in North America.
Our team is distributed and very tight. We have members of the team in Portland, Ore, Boston, MA, Cleveland, OH, and Indianapolis, IN., and Washington DC. We use open source and Lean techniques in our pursuit of greatness.
To learn more about the project see: TriSano™ Community Site
To learn more about the product see: TriSano™ Product Page
Email me if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, December 04, 2008
In upgrading from Postres 8.2 to 8.3 we saw some crazy improvement with inserts. Check it. Selena Deckelmann our favorite Postgres person (and trusted consultant) explained that this was due to HOT. Nice! When we first ran it, we didn't believe it so we re-ran it a couple times before we believed it. Much rejoicing on that one.
With JRuby, were seeing impressive improvement between 1.1.3 and 1.1.5 in terms of speed & memory usage. I love watching big honkn' GCs. Check it 1.1.6RC1 isn't showing a whole lot of difference for TriSano in our testing yet. JRuby 1.1.6 Final is due next week. The JRuby project is on a pretty wicked trajectory. Exciting stuff. We really can't say enough about the JRuby guys.
TriSano uses Rails - we haven't had the chance to upgrade to Rails 2.2 yet, but we'll do that next year. That will be another exciting perf test to watch in terms of memory footprint given the multi-threadedness of 2.2. Exciting stuff.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
This position is actually called "Technical Director" its a key role in both project forming and productization. The intersection of business, market and technical strategy ...