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Are you looking for skilled Elixir/Erlang developers? Cloud solutions experts? Or maybe DevOps and SRE engineers?

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Well-knit team

Building an IT team is hard. Building an IT team of individuals with broad, complementary skill sets is even harder. But we would like to offer you our help with that. We have known and worked with each other for couple of years thus we won’t need time for team-building and can get straight to the job.

Elixir and Erlang

We are functional programming enthusiasts, especially fond of Erlang and Elixir - both of which we have battle-tested in real-time, highly available distributed systems.

Cloud solutions

We have great experience in designing systems that use public cloud platform, migrating on-premise infrastructures into cloud and expanding our clients’ systems into multiple regions across the globe.


We strongly believe in and support Blockchain revolution. Our vast experience with high performance, distributed and secure systems, combined with our readiness and desire to work with Blockchain makes us perfect match to help you achieve your business vision.


CI/CD pipelines, automated deployments, infrastructure as a code - they might be just buzzwords for some people but for us they are the way to go.

Site Reliability Engineering

Do you want to have better insight into your system performance? See in real-time how your platform reacts for increased load? Or maybe you want to proactively monitor your infrastructure and react to anomalies? We can help you achieve that.

High Quality IT Services

We have worked with substantial enterprise organizations and very fresh startups. Our expertise covers a plethora of business domains, just mentioning the few like AdTech, MarTech, FinTech, eCommerce, Public Transport, Instant Messaging and IoT.

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Serverless Slack Bot using AWS Chalice

By Paweł Hajduk on October 30, 2018

Today I would like to show you how to build Slack Bot using serverless approach on AWS infrastructure. We are going to support our efforts using AWS Chalice framework. Our Slack Bot is going to be a dummy one. It will respond with a message we send to it. However this article is not about implementing sophisticated bot behavior. We want to setup whole stack which will be a foundation for further development.

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Functional Programming in Serverless World

By Wojciech Gawroński on October 18, 2018

Motivation You may have noticed the first part here. If not, it is more or less a business case for serverless computing. I have explained there the what and whys behind serverless, but also talked about the architectural, economic and operational impact that it has on your systems and products. We have left a fascinating question there, wondering if the first word in FaaS acronym (function as a service) means something, for the functional programmers.

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The Business Case for Serverless Architecture

By Wojciech Gawroński on October 12, 2018

Motivation Can we use a functional programming language with AWS Lambda? Someone in our team, a year ago It is incredible how a single question can direct you into an exciting place. Journey through that rabbit hole turned out to be a crazy, but excellent chance to build know-how which we can leverage for our clients. Today I do not tell you how much yak-shaving is required to use our beloved functional languages in serverless.

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The last thing that I missed in the CloudFormation

By Wojciech Gawroński on October 4, 2018

We don’t need expressive language, except when we need it By the end of August AWS released a developer preview of the Cloud Development Kit (aws-cdk in short), which allows you to codify infrastructure code in your language of choice. A real programming language. You may ask: why is it a big deal? Imagine that you have to prepare 30 IAM user accounts and S3 buckets with the following permissions:

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