- Application development
- Search Engine Optimization
- Performance tuning
- Usability refining
- Availability increase
- PHP & MySQL
- Zend Framework, CodeIgniter
- Java EE, JSP, Struts
- Application hosting
- Domain registration
- e-Mail hosting
- Cloud solutions
- Data storage
For every problem the right solution
Scooptic is a self-owned start-up, established in 2010 by Nils De Moor. With several years of experience in the online world Scooptic will assist and guide you on every field of online projects: technical analysis, implementation and development, continuous integration and performance boosting. Clients range from websites for small businesses to big-sized applications for well known multi-nationals.
The core business of this company lies in several open-source technologies: PHP with Zend Framework or CodeIgniter, MySQL, jQuery and Apache on the one hand, but also Java on Tomcat combined with often used frameworks like Spring, Struts and Hibernate as a second hub. Every team-project carried out by Scooptic lives by the rules of the Agile Manifesto and uses techniques like SCRUM to manage every bit of the process. Tight deadlines are in no way a barrier, but are in fact an extra challenge to make the project more fun.
- 7 Essential Red Flags to Watch Out for in New Clients | Webdesigner Depot http://t.co/gnJS2Yb 2011-06-20
- How I doubled the price of my software product – and sold ten times as many copies. | The Startup Project http://t.co/bCMEuFp 2011-06-16
- What To Do When A Tech Giant Decides To Eat Your Lunch http://t.co/hypkgUs via @techcrunch 2011-06-14
- I'm at Place Royale http://4sq.com/jbnKIV 2011-06-10
- Repositories just contain big stacks of changes. Imagine that a change is like one of those clear transparency sheets. #mercurial 2011-06-06
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"Scooptic is an agile web agency that comes up with creative and scalable solutions. Scooptic knows the importance of deadlines, is eager to try new technologies and is always willing to overdeliver. I would recommend Scooptic for any project. Big or small."
- K.S. from Just-Eat Belgium