We are an innovative company that has been doing performance oriented consulting for a variety of biggest players on the market. Since recently we've been working on bringing virtual reality to architecture.

Since 2003 we have maintained PyPy as an open source project. Since 2007 we've been doing commercial consulting around that project.

We have assembled a first-class team of PyPy and Python core developers doing commercial consulting on a daily basis.

Let us know how we can help you.


What we do

Additionally to standard Open Source support to PyPy, we decided to independently commercially offer two different things. First is a paid support plan for your existing PyPy installation, that will help you make sure your PyPy-based infrastructure is rock solid with support available on demand. Below are several subscription plans for bugfixing and PyPy commercial support, but please treat them mostly as a guideline, we're willing to find a plan that suits your needs.

Secondly we offer PyPy training, Python and PyPy performance analyzis and performance consulting. To be precise, if your service has a performance problem, we can help you assess it, analyze it and offer long-term scalable solutions.


The ins and outs

Armin Rigo

Armin Rigo

Armin Rigo is an independent researcher, formerly at the Heinrich-Heine Universitat Dusseldorf (Germany). He studied Mathematics at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), obtained his Ph.D. in Logic and Set Theory at the Free University of Brussels (Belgium) n 2002, and worked at the University of Southampton (UK) until 2005. He is the author of Psyco, the first just-in-time compiler for Python. He is one of the founders and lead developers of the PyPy project which began in 2003. He has taken part in all areas, from the Python language definition to the RPython translation framework, including the garbage collector and the tracing just-in-time compiler.

Maciej Fijałkowski

Maciej Fijałkowski

Maciej is a freelancer working mostly on PyPy for the past several years. He's a core developer since 2006, working on all kinds of parts in the entire codebase including JIT, GC and assembler backends. Maciej has been going to many conferences, advertising PyPy to a broader audience for the past several years, including a keynote at Pycon 2010. He's also the main maintainer of jitviewer, a tool for analyzing performance of your python programs under PyPy.