Software development is the process of computer programming, documenting, testing, and bug fixing involved in creating and maintaining applications and frameworks involved in a software release life cycle and resulting in a software product.
In the web application work flow a number of technologies can be used to develop an application and perform same task. Certain customers will have a preference of one technology over another. Here at PROPEL we have an expertise on the following technologies…
PHP is the Scripting language of popular choice for compatibility with Linux and Unix systems. The most popular database combination with PHP is MYSQL
People who prefer to use proprietary software; we have a solution for them in the form of ASP.NET with C#/VB .NET with MS-SQL / Oracle. The applications made in this technology are hosted on Windows Server.
While it is not an application in itself but it gets a mention here because all our application uses latest web2.0 techniques to increase the usability and enhance the user experience.
Microsoft Tools & Technologies
MS.Net, ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#, BizTalk Server, SharePoint Server / MOSS, MS-Exchange, MS-SQL Server ( SSIS, SSRS, SSAS), MS-Project, MS-CRM
Oracle, Sybase, PL/SQL, DBA, MySQL, TERA-DATA
C, C++, UNIX, Perl, PHP
Oracle Application, JDEdwards, PeopleSoft (Technical, Functional and Tech-Functional)
IBM Mainframe ( CICS, COBOL, JCL, DB2, IMS, MVS, IDMS, REXX, CLIST, Natural, ADABAS), IBM Websphere, IBM – MQ Series, IBM-Tivoli, EDI Gentran, IBM NetCool
Data Warehousing (DW)/ Business Intelligence (BI)
Business Object, Cognos, Teradata, Datastage, Informatica, Crystal Report, Microstrategy
Web / Middleware Technologies
WebLogic, WebServices, TIBCO, Corba, Orbix, Aqualogic (Plumtree)
Manual Testing, Mercury QTP, Silk Test, Win Runner, Load Runner, Rational Rose
Windows, UNIX, Linux, Solaris, AIX, Mac
Networking & Hardware
Cisco ( CCNA, CCNP), HP-UX, SAN, Symentec Products, EMC, Clarion Boxes, BREW, VMWare, Embedded System ( VLSI, VxWorks, RTO, pSOS, WinCE Device Drivers), ARM Processor, Microprocessor
GSM, GPRS, CDMA, UMTS, WLAN, Mobile Infrastructure, J2ME, Open GL – 3D, GIS, Symbian