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Date: 02 Sep 2020

This latest recognition from AWS reflects our ability to follow best practices for AWS cloud services, and proves our success in delivering these services to our customers. We are a software company. Our services include cloud application development, optimization, and development of applications hosted on the Amazon Web Services. At fireup.pro, we work in an environment of cloud applications that run on AWS (as it is currently dominating the cloud space). Therefore, we understood pretty quickly that a partnership with AWS is a step in the right direction for us.

Date: 09 Sep 2020

Imagine you have an idea for a software product and decide to hire external developers to create it. Do you know how to communicate with them and express the challenges you are facing? The challenges that they will inevitably face as well? If you decide on the outsourcing of software, you surely understand the benefits. A specialized team of programmers has access to expert knowledge and tools, which translates to lower costs and shorter development time for you. With them, you can also focus on your actual daily duties instead of managing a side project. However, even the most promising partnerships face certain problems. Most of them either stem or get amplified by ineffective communication. This poses a complex challenge, but one that you can overcome. How? With your Scrum Master.

Date: 16 Sep 2020

“Do you have knowledge? Do you have experience? Yes and yes? Good, you're hired!” If recruitment seems suspiciously simple, think about that old saying about things looking too good to be true. If you want to gather a team of specialists that work in sync with each other, surface-level credentials are just the beginning. We at fireup.pro take pride in the fact that we are a software development agency where everyone understands each other—often without a single word. This is possible because we recruit people not only based on their achievements but also on other personality traits. We recognize that there are Java programmers with superb skills, who just wouldn't feel comfortable enough when working in our environment. So how do we know if a person will fit right in?