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March 2020, lockdown hit us; I’m a full time working mum and it was a challenge, like for so many of us, to juggle extra childcare and homeschooling support of three young children alongside our normal full time working & running a household. My husband and I aren’t complaining about a thing as we count ourselves lucky that we had the ability to work from home and keep the household safe, but there’s no denying it felt like a juggling act. read more
We are a strong team of polyglot developers who have been designing, coding and maintaining a wide range of corporate web, e-commerce, mobile, mapping and headless applications together for most of the 21st century. Based in Wales, United Kingdom, we love what we do and we ‘do the do’ rather well. Over the course of working together we have learnt that understanding the human, business and technical aspects of any client’s project is fundamental and that these can and will change over the course of time. How this work will be communicated, designed, scheduled, coded, tested, signed off, deployed and reviewed will vary with each client and each project.
We can also work as an extension to the customer’s development team, adding extra capacity when needed. With particular expertise in Go and cloud-based solutions.
So why we are called Kodergarten; well it’s a play on the German word Kindergarten, a preschool educational approach based on playing and practical activities. We feel it reflects our friendly practical approach, we love coding and being challenged and feel fortunate that working on projects feels like play; but be assured we take enormous pride in the work we deliver.
If you have a project that you think we can help with, or you have questions about what services we can offer, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe in the right tool for the right job, thus pick up and adapt our technology stack as needed. Here is an overview of the main technologies we are currently using.