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"The blueprint that has been developed leaves me with confidence to expand with new features, that will respect many of the lessons learned during wireframing and prototyping with reinteractive."Tim Koopmans - CTO & Founder, Flood IO
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"The difference with reinteractive is the talent pool - Mikel has captured the best talent in the country. The consultants are top resources; self motivated, passionate and upfront."Simon Farrell - CTO, RedBalloon
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“When we cut across to OpsCare and completed the migration, I was extremely pleased and surprised at how smooth it went. The OpsCare model and the work that has gone into building and developing it is technically very impressive.”John Bishop – Director, PetRescue
If you are not completely happy with the result when we are done, we will give you $10,000 worth of our development time, at no charge, to make it right.
We appreciate that a lot of learning comes from experience so we like to give back and share our knowledge with Ruby on Rails Installfest and Development Hub, to help our community grow.Learn more
reInteractive's Rails Installfest initiative helping hundreds of developers get introduced to Ruby on Rails. We welcome people brand new to Rails get their first Rails blog online in one night!
reinteractive's Rails Installfest initiative is helping hundreds of developers get introduced to Ruby on Rails. We welcome people who are brand new to Rails to get their first Rails blog online in ...
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As developers working on a project, we often deal with integrating third party APIs, data storage, and business tools that are outside the scope of our applications. Salesforce provides a powerful business tool which is, more often than not, used by teams outside the development team.
One task we were recently presented with was to "Create a Rails application around a Salesforce workflow".
We have some very exciting news to kick off your weekend! We are very proud to announce that the app we built for businest® was selected as the overall winner for 'The Small Business App You SHOULD Be Using' in the Accountex Meridian Awards!
Each year more than 150 new apps are added to the small business, cloud accounting ecosystem. The Meridian Awards, created by Accountex, are presented to a prestigious few apps in the accounting technology space who have displayed excellence beyond their peers in a given award category.
A Top MBA Graduate's Experience with Software Development.
I’ve been with reinteractive now for just over 6 months and it has been both an exciting experience and quite a learning curve.
Saturday the 22nd of October was Global Day of Code Retreat. This year, reinteractive brought Code Retreat to Adelaide.
Code Retreat is an all-day intensive coding practice, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. It is a non-denominational event and coders from all disciplines and all experience levels are welcome.
Lately, I’ve received a few questions about what a user experience review / heuristic review or evaluation / UX expert review is and isn’t and when it’s a good idea to have one. I thought I’d share a few of the questions and answers on what it is, what you can expect from it and roughly what sort of commitment it requires from a businesses’ viewpoint.
Let’s start with the common element in all three of the above-mentioned names for it. Yes, it’s a review. It evaluates an existing system against best-practices in the industry. It is performed by an expert in user experience design or Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and results in a report with key findings and action items that you can use to improve your product. It’s a so-called “inspection method” because it doesn’t involve users but it is based on principles derived from watching users interact with online systems. It results in a list of issues found and ranked by severity - usually a scale of 5 (minor, low, moderate, high, critical), but some UX designers use a different system.