I liked the MetaLamp approach to work. As a customer, I am always aware of the current status of my project and who I can address on any related issue. At the beginning of our cooperation, I was provided with accurate time, scope and money estimates and informed about all the risks.
I've reached MetaLamp team out by the recommendation of my colleague, who also worked with the guys before. Deciding factors for me were the cost of working hour and the flexibility of the team. We started to work from the scratch. In two month we realized the first version of service. Now we are working on new features. We collaborate for 10 month and I hope we will continue.
We collaborated with MetaLamp team to create fronted for our cryptocurrency-based card game. We recieved a reference on them and didn't regret. The guys performed a high quality of work, even junior developers. All the tasks were completed according to the estimation and all the deadlines were met. We love the team for their flexibility. Guys scale the team size up and down when it is necessary: add or remove developers in the meantime. We are so satisfied and look forward to further mutual cooperation.
I’ve had a chance to work with the guys on 2 different blockchain projects. Over the time of cooperation, they showed the strongest technical skills, total commitment to the project, and shared understanding. It’s a real pleasure to work with them.
I’d like to say many thanks to Sergey and the team for their time and effort. Their help was unquestionable. Even our way of looking at the course format has changed to some extent. The joint work was pretty smooth though sometimes our approaches varied considerably. It is totally fine – ultimate match is utopia. Sounds perfect when such people as Sergey with deep expertise in the developers training are into the education business.
The team takes all control panel frontend development tasks. Guys have integrated into our processes and interact with the backend team. The flow goes comfortably, without a hitch. In particular, I’d like to point out layout quality. It’s nice to see when the final result matches mockups.
What changed after MetaLamp team joined It is hard to get people who know Haskell and who have used it in industry. When we started, deadlines were quite short and very complex. We started looking for freelancers as hiring then was near impossible given the timelines. MetaLamp provided us Developers who were quite fluent with Haskell and were also interested in learning new things like Nix, Purescript and have completed a few projects with these new technologies. They have also started getting into other projects and we look for a long term engagement with them. Tech wise their primary contribution is in building our Core Backend Service (Haskell), Dashboard and Completing Integrations with a lot of external systems. Along with this they are also understanding overall stack and unifying the project.
Our joint work started when we planned to employ frontend developers. Since there were multiple project tasks and pressing deadlines, we decided to work with contractors for a couple of months. But it turned out that instead of 2 months we’ve been fruitfully working together for more than a year. The reason for that became the high-quality specialists and a comfortable interaction format. We work according to the Time & Materials model, so in the pandemic realities, there is actually no difference between internal and external staff members. Colleagues allow us to manage human resources flexibly. If necessary, we can connect additional people or switch them to other projects when the load has decreased. Apart from a single team lead position, we stopped looking for front-end developers as we’re planning to continue working with the MetaLamp team.
Over a long cooperation period, MetaLamp developers and managers have proved themselves to be a team of deep-thinking and high-performance specialists. We can entrust guys with complex tasks and be sure that an excellent result will be received on time. We’re glad to be partners with MetaLamp and are planning to deepen the cooperation further.
I have worked with various contractors and MetaLamp is one of the best ones. It applies not only to the quality of the performance (though junior developers worked on our project) but to the management and organizational matters as well. We alreadу had an internal team, and when the folks joined, they immediately found a common language with other developers and the designer, participated in all stand-ups and all. As a result, we’ve successfully completed project testing before handing it over to the client and met the deadline. I think the best feedback would be that I involved guys in three new projects without any doubts.
Help us build an event sourced marketplace in Haskell. Sergey and his team are great collaborators and integrated nicely with our team over the past several months. They produce fast, highly quality work and we would definitely recommend working with them.
We’ve been working together for over a year. A team of professionals capable of performing complex tasks efficiently and timely. They are flexible in terms of shaping a project team depending on the scope of work and implementation requirements. I would definitely recommend them.
I know we have got good consistent performance from MetaLamp. Thanks for that. I also like how Sergey Cherepanov has a way to find good talent, train them for deep skills and then include them in the project.
We collaborated to create a business marketplace in Israel. The guys were responsible for the front-end part. We appreciate the contribution – they are the real professionals in the sphere. Besides, we are grateful for the flexibility in relation to us. We could precisely plan time and costs due to flexible team management. They easily scaled the team up and down depending on the speed of other project participants. I think it is crucial for young startups. Strongly recommend them!