Frequently Asked Questions
There are plenty of experienced software developers in Mexico. The domestic economy supports a thriving market for technology businesses. Their experience spans the gamut of programming languages, platforms including mobile, and applications.
New graduates learn English as part of their requirements. Earlier graduates have learned it on the job along with other work experience. In any case, we only hire developers who can hold a spoken conversation in English—this is one of the steps in our interview process.Close
We can’t speak about “Mexico,” but Hermosillo has a pretty good infrastructure; and it is pretty resilient, too. We didn’t know how good we had it until September, 2007. That was when Henriette, a Category 5 hurricane went through Sonora. In the process, it knocked out phone, power and internet access in much of Hermosillo.
Power in our offices was restored within a few hours; phone and internet access were restored by the end of the second day. The storm went through on Wednesday, September 5 and most people were back at work in the office on Friday, September 7.
There’s also running water and even indoor toilets :)