I would suggest contacting either:
IntelliGrape (India) - http://www.intelligrape.com/
Orange and Bronze (Philippines) - http://orangeandbronze.com/
and see if they meet your requirements. The company I was with (Isobar) did a project with IntelliGrape a few years back and they seemed quite happy with the results.
I know a few companies here in the UK have engagements with companies in Poland, but the details are a little muddy.
On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 5:41 PM, John Moore <[hidden email]> wrote:
I've been contacted by someone I've worked with in the past, based in
I've been working with Grails and Groovy for quite a while now. And from what I have seen is that
people start wprking with Grails get to know the basics very fast.
However when implementing a large application I believe that it is crutual to have a grails expert on board
from the very first day until feature completeness.
This makes sense because otherwise the project can easily end in a very messy state depending on
the developers maturity. Some developers do things different than others and an inconsistent code style is the result.
In case they should also consider Canoo Engineering AG, Basel / Switzerland as a software partner.
Check out www.canoo.com for more details. People like
Dierk Koenig - well known person in the Groovy/Grails community, author of Groovy in Action and other books
Andres Almiray - Java champion and project lead of the Griffon framework
Matthias Huber - Grails trainer and Groovy expert
Detlef Brendle - (me) Grails/Groovy/Gradle expert
and many more excellent Software designers work there. I know Switzerland is not a low salary country, but
in that case I would go for experts, rather than cheap code labour.
Am 14.08.2013 19:20, schrieb Tomas Lin:
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I'm working in a Java/Groovy team of 15 people located in Poland. Company is much bigger, more than 1500 employees. We are mostly outsourced by german companies, but we also work with companies from US, Russia, China, etc. Our core competences are with Spring and Grails. Let me know if this is interesting and I can give you contact details to our management. My email is: droggo86 [at] gmail dot com
Many thanks for the replies to my original post here. I'm sorry I missed them earlier, but they never showed up via the mailing list, only via Nabble. (I have a long-term problem with the Grails mailing list which I cannot seem to get to the bottom of, where some of my posts never turn up there, or replies go missing).
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