As part of my work here at Admios, I have large files that need to pass through an API. To do this, I split the files into smaller sections. In this post, I’m going to share my process with you.
Here at Admios we've been working with Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SCC), previously known as Demandware, for quite some time now, and we had the idea to meld our use of SCC with our use of the Mule Platform and build a Mulesoft SCC Connector.
Amazon Rekognition is a service that enables you to add image analysis to your applications. With Rekognition, you can detect objects, scenes, and faces in images.
Artificial intelligence is a big trend right now, especially, machine learning. The amount of available data on the internet is growing everyday so it makes sense that we want to analyze it and turn it into useful information.
In my last blog post I wrote about alternative languages to use in the JVM and the reasons why it's good to have more than one in your toolbox. Continuing with this idea we are going to...
Meta programming is what powers Ruby on Rails. Find out more about this programming technique.
Selecting the appropriate technologies is critical during the inception phase of a project. Most recently, we’ve been adopting a microservices architecture as a solution that satisfies our clients’ needs for modularity and availability.
When it comes to programming,I really like the idea of the Ring of Power in Lord of the Rings: one language to rule them all. It’s true, each programming language has its advantages and...
E-commerce involves commercial transactions conducted electronically through the internet, to make it simpler, let’s call it online shopping. As developers, we need to know how e-commerce works.
The main goal for both of these connectors was to gain real experience using the Mule platform. While we could have used any service, no one on our team had worked with Watson before so we figured why not use ...
What We Do
Admios is a custom software development firm with offices in San Francisco and Panama City, Panama. We founded Admios in 2005 initially focused on building software for financial services firms. In 2006, during the course of that effort we built a nearshore team in Panama to help us scale. Since then we've diversified our client base and focused our efforts on attracting the best developers in Central and South America and immersing them in Bay Area software culture.
Admios is set apart by a nearshore team culture steeped in intangibles: silicon valley innovation, frequent transparent communication, and prudent risk management. We can not only talk frameworks, process, architecture, syntax but, more importantly, our team makes smart tactical choices to manage risk and quality in rapidly evolving software development environments.
At Admios, we attract in the brightest talent, train them properly, and provide them with the best tools. We integrate our developers with yours to create working teams that share knowledge and communicate quickly and honestly. Then we demonstrate value as quickly as possible with rapid iterative development.
Whether you need a single developer to kick start your MVP development or a dozen to supplement your own existing engineering team we can help.