WE DEVELOP SOFTWARE

Adding value through software innovation

Services

We develop, integrate, host and maintain software.

Software development

We build enterprise-grade software platforms, ecommerce solutions, websites and apps for businesses and startups.

Hosting and Maintenance

Offering fully managed elastic application hosting, we take hosting one step further and make sure all your systems are running smoothly.

Technical consulting

Providing software design, architecture and performance consulting, as well as technology strategy and planning for your business.

Integrations

We help companies bring their systems together, integrating them with each other to increase the added value and help them focus on core business activities.

We develop tailored software systems, provide technical consulting and help with strategy and planning for your business.

Platforms

These are the platforms we work with.

Web & Cloud Development

.NET, Java & NodeJS

Desktop Development

Windows & Mac

App Development

iOS, Android & Windows Phone

Team

Meet our ever-growing, hard-working, software-crafting, coffee-loving team.

Matthew Gaffney

Developer and problem-solver who loves a challenge. Strives to write simple and elegant code built on modern frameworks.

Patrik Lundqvist

Addicted to working with front-end technologies and is the teams own AngularJS expert.

Johan Sakbas

Handles all things business at WooCode. Passionate about software performance and enjoys working out of cafees.

Kristoffer Schroeder

Tech guru with strong Google-Fu and can-do attitude that handles all things tech at WooCode.

Do you have software development needs?
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Featured Posts

Our latest and greatest blog posts.

Building for the future


At Woocode, we are among other things currently working on a building a modern web-solution for one of our customers. This customer is in a state of growth and is in need of IT-systems that will support it not just today but well into the future too. So the focus…

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Microservice architecture


For years I worked with monoliths. Large, complex (bloated perhaps) web applications that were built, hosted and deployed as a single unit. This was often frustrating, as all parts of the application co-existed in the same environment. This had implications for all development activities, from updating and scaling, to debugging…

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