Ninjas have three main activities they enjoy : development, training and expertise.
If you are looking for an experienced team to externalize your project, or if you want to be helped by one or more ninjas : we'll be there.
We love what we do, and we love to share what we know with others. You can call us for training, by choosing a course in the dedicated page, or by defining with us a specific program.
Ninjas are there to propose audits or punctual expertise missions.
As senior developers, we have all worked for numerous clients, with various technologies, tools and practices. With these experiences, we can help you make good choices and take your first step towards building your own applications.
The reason we founded Ninja Squad is that we share one common passion and several desires.
We are all passionate about programming. Programming is often considered as a non-rewarding beginner's job that you take at the beginning of your career, before becoming an analyst or a manager.
However, we have a different take on things. Programming is what we enjoy, and we think a project will succeed, first and foremost, if its developers excel in their art. Just as a child doesn't become an adult in two years, it will take several years of constant learning for a developer to reach excellence A software project can't succeed without developers. The developer is its key actor.
We love our job because it's always challenging us with new problems to solve, new technical skills to master, new puzzles to complete. It feeds our brains, requires knowledge and creativity. Every achievement is highly rewarding.
For us, programming is not another office job, where a developer would produce code from 9 AM to 6 PM. It's a demanding job, which requires breaks, self questioning, collaboration, culture. We think a good developer needs to spend some time every day to keep in touch with new technologies, best practices and trends.
We won't work for you several years without switching to a radically different technical environment. Innovation and learning are what drive us.
Most of the tools we use every day are open-source software. They are often the work of passionate and disinterested developers who share their knowledge and the result of their work for free. We take part in this process each in our own way. We feel it's our duty to give back to the community: if we can open-source our software, we will do it.