WHAT WE DO
Backend Development Services
The backbone of your business should run on a robust technological ecosystem!
Our engineers have developed expertise with functional-programming and Scala as a pillar of backend-development, but we maintain flexibility in the tech-stack depending on specifics of the project and client.
Scala is a JVM-based language that successfully combines the functional and object-oriented paradigms. It allows us by design to eliminate a huge class of runtime bugs and build your system reliably.
Scala lives in a mature ecosystem of libraries allowing us to work at any scale of complexity.
A functional language
Coding with a functional language allows us to implement the right abstractions and domain model in order to code your backend and reliably get it to production.
The conciseness and flexibility of the language go hand in hand with its rigorous type safety that catches bugs before they go live.
What you get with our backend team from BusyMachines
Whether it’s a monolithic MVP or a large microservice system with multiple integrations, our architects have designed it and our engineers have built it;
We use mature languages and frameworks for writing the code that underlies your product’s behavior. Maintainability and reliability are our primary concern;
Testing & QA
Correctness is ensured at code-level with mandatory unit and Integration tests. Our teams frequently include QA engineers that verify API behavior;
We tailor the data-schema for your specific project. Depending on complexity, we sometimes integrate across data-stores for derived-data systems that support multiple query-patterns;
We architect the infrastructure to respond dynamically under load. As your business resizes and your user-base grows, our systems are responsive and cost-efficient;
Fault-tolerant Production Infrastructure
Even in face of heavy testing, runtime errors and failures are part of the game. Our backends account for these and are designed to be self-healing to maintain High-Availability.
Technologies we use
- Typelevel stack