We started working with Grails from version 1.0 and we have worked with various later versions. Our team closely follows every Grails release and stays updated with progress in Grails world. We contribute in open source through our blog and github respository. Our team of Ninja developers has an expertise in Grails plugins and we work closely with our clients and suggest best approach to get the job done. Let us help you with your idea and make it happen.
We are one stop shop for cloud computing. We set up servers from scratch and work with you till final deployment. We also monitor and maintain the servers after production release. We work on Amazon AWS, DigitalOcean, Linode, Rackspace, Heroku, Docker , Azure and Google Cloud Platform. Our team has vital experience in integrating with various cloud API’s.
We have been developing web applications on various RDBMS databases and they work well for various scenarious. But when it comes to BigData they don’t do well because of their low data handling capability and not being cost effective. NoSQL databases have provided the much needed alternative and they come with various benefits like elastic scaling, no need to adhere to schema, easy to cope up with hardware failure and quick development. We have integrated various Grails and Node.js applications with NoSQL databases like MongoDB, DynamoDB , CouchDB and Redis.
Is your data growing too big to be handled by your database ? We have worked with telecom companies who need to store their call records and believe us that data is too big for a normal database. We have helped our clients by implementing Hadoop/Hbase for storing call records. We can help you out with our expertise in HBase, Hadoop in implementing your solution.
Our embedded systems division has years of experience in building mission crtitical devices for various industries like automobile, healthcare, biometrics and consumer electronics. We work on Raspberry-PI , Beagle Bone, Cortex-A8, Arduino and Cortex-M0 processor. Our team of web developers helps work with embedded team to integrate hardware device with web server by providing REST based API’s.
We are agile by birth. At Jellyfish Technologies we believe in working closely with stakeholders and keep adapting to change at a fast pace. We keep communication open and keep delivering new version of application spring by sprint. We usually follow daily/weekly spring methodology because it allows both parties to measure progress and act accordingly.
We are growing at a rate of more than 100% every year and it has only been possible because of our team. We are always open to new ideas and we keep applying various fun ways to grow our team. We organize weekly meetups in our office and learn new technology. We encourage open source contribution and we give awards at the end of every month for best blogger and best presentor of month.
We believe in working hard and partying harder. There are 2 major and 2 minor outings every year. Ask any of our team member and they will tell you umpteen stories from “What happened in last trip ?”. We go bowling, river rafting, cliff jumping, bungee jumping and mountain trekking. Sounds fun ? Feel free to apply with your latest resume.
Some time we want a function that can join multiple strings in Java . If we are working with other programming languages , we have join() function to join multiple string,If you were using Java you could not do this.Java provided tools for building GUI applications, accessing databases, sending stuff over the network, doing XML […]
I know, i know… calculation of PCB trace Impedance is quite a vexing issue of design engineers. When i started building embedded systems stuffs three years ago, I knew absolutely nothing about Impedance calculation. I kept searching for information and “how-to” guides on google, but they all required to study lots of equations and they […]
I am back with a new blog post titled “Controlling Domain Persistence using mapWith property”.In Grails if we want to make certain fields non-persistent we can use the transient keyword like this: It is also possible to make a whole domain class non-persistent by using mapwith keyword. One can argue that its better to use […]