Broad range spectrum

One of the interesting parts about working in the software development industry is the simply massive range of tools, technologies, frameworks, components, etc that are available to do our jobs.  I did a quick survey, and at this given moment in time, we here at AgileThought have dozens of different items being used to deliver client service.  Here is a sampling – again, this is point in time snapshot – this is constantly changing, and in no particular order…(and I’m likely missing some too!)

  • .NET/C#
  • Visual Studio 2013
  • Java
  • Spring
  • Eclipse
  • Team Foundation Server 2013
  • Team Foundation Server 2013 Release Management
  • Specflow
  • xUnit
  • backbone.js
  • qUnit
  • ASP.NET MVC 5
  • SQL Server 2014
  • WS-Federation
  • Kendo
  • Windows Communication Foundation
  • AngularJS
  • SQL Server 2012 (including Analysis Services, Integration Services, Reporting Services)
  • SharePoint 2013
  • Entity Framework 6
  • Telerik components
  • Gradle
  • MySQL
  • Microsoft Azure (many different components both IaaS and PaaS)
  • Windows Service Bus
  • WebAPI
  • Foundation.js
  • Lineman.js
  • JSON.Net
  • StructureMap
  • AutoMapper
  • SlowCheetah
  • SeriLog
  • MSTest
  • NSubstitute
  • Xamarin.IOS
  • Xamarin.Android
  • Xamarin.Forms
  • MVVMLight
  • Sitefinity
  • Sitecore
  • Invision
  • Commerce Server
  • Knockout
  • Maven
  • Swing
  • JBoss
  • Apache
  • Grunt
  • Jasmine
  • Oracle
  • jQuery
  • PHP
  • Moq
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