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Triple D is a belgian software development company founded by and consisting entirely out of veteran software engineers. It is a small, completely independent company with very highly skilled, experienced and opinionated software engineers with a clear vision how to develop software successfully.


Who are we


We founded Triple D from our passion for software development. “We” are a group of veteran software engineers with the aim of having a larger, positive impact on the belgian software industry.

What drives us


Our main motivation is delivering high quality, rock SOLID and well designed software. We want to create products that will fit your needs and that will pay off your investments for years to come. A challenging job well done, that is what we aim for.

Our services

Team

Team as a service

Triple D is a professional software engineering team that keeps its coherence over multiple software assignments. We belief that this is how we can have the greatest impact.

This is comparable to the roman imperial standing army, which was a professional army instead of an ad hoc formed army. This enabled the romans to keep the hard fought lessons learned and experience gained.

Reinforcement

Reinforcement

Triple D can be brought in as a reinforcement. Working closely together with existing teams allows us to introduce industry best practices. This will not only help in delivering in the short term but it will allow the existing teams to learn, to evolve and to grow. So even after Triple D has left, your teams should deliver faster, quality software. At a sustainable pace.

Training

Trainings and workshops

We can help you to elevate your software delivery process by facilitating training and workshops on request. Assisting you in taking your team to the next level and making sure that the software keeps delivering long after the initial phase or deadline has passed.

Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute.

Abelson and Sussman

A document shouldn’t try to do what the code already does well.

Eric Evans

Well, you either learn or you fail.

Vaughn Vernon

If you think good architecture is expensive, try bad architecture.

Brian Foote and Joseph Yoder in Big Ball of Mud

The quickest methods aren't always the fastest methods

Gordon Beeming