Software engineering is the establishment and use of sound engineering principles in order to economically obtain software that is reliable and works efficiently on real machines. Software development is, of course, part of software engineering.

We are professionally qualified software engineers with expertise in both engineering and development.

We practice Agile methodology and DevOps, other than traditional project management depending on the project, technology used and time frame.

Software engineering
  • Agile Methodology

    Agile development methodology provides opportunities to assess the direction of a project throughout the development lifecycle.

    The agile software development emphasizes on four core values.

    1. Individual and team interactions over processes and tools
    2. Working software over comprehensive documentation
    3. Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
    4. Responding to change over following a plan
  • DevOps

    DevOps is a combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that automates the processes between software development and IT operations, in order that they can build, test, and release software faster and more reliably. The concept of DevOps is founded on building a culture of collaboration between teams that historically functioned in relative siloes.

Software engineering principles.

  • Modularity :

    Following the principle of modularity implies separating software into components according to functionality and responsibility.

  • Abstraction :

    Following the principle of abstraction implies separating the behavior of software components from their implementation. It requires learning to look at software and software components from two points of view: what it does, and how it does.

  • Anticipation of Change :

    The clients are learning to see the range of possible solutions that software technology can provide and it's effectiveness in meeting the clients needs. They want a reasonable & timely solution soon; perfection can come later.

  • Generality :

    It is important in designing software that is free from unnatural restrictions and limitations. Good software frequently survives beyond its expected lifetime.

  • Incremental Development :

    In this process, we build the software in small increments; for example, adding one use case at a time. A carefully planned incremental development process can also ease the handling of changes in requirements.

  • Consistency :

    Consistency serves two purposes in designing graphical user interfaces. First, a consistent look and feel makes it easier for users to learn to use software. Second, a consistent user interface promotes reuse of the interace components.