Category Archives: New York City

Hey, WebSphere Commerce Experts!

IBM Websphere Commerce logoAre you an IBM WebSphere Commerce architect or senior developer? If so, we want to talk to you about joining Boyle Software! We’re hiring technologists now who have deep experience with this popular commerce platform and who are looking to expand their tech horizons, continuously exploring and learning new technologies.

We offer great benefits for full-time positions in New York City – and we are also open to discussing other arrangements for remote talent. Please send your resumé to jobs@boylesoftware.com. And if you know a strong WCS pro looking for new opportunities, please send them our way!

Review all of our open positions here

Come PHP with us!

PHP logoIf you are an experienced PHP5 developer, versed in object-oriented programming in the LAMP stack, you could be a great fit for our ever-growing team of bright, talented technologists. In this role you will expand your current knowledge and learn the latest JavaScript frameworks and libraries: Node.js, Angular.js, etc. Candidates with additional experience with other tech –  Python, Django, Java, Eclipse – will have a big advantage.

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TechTalk Wrap Up: Stacy

Lev Gimelfarb discusses StacyThis past Wednesday evening, at our HQ in New York, Boyle Software’s VP of R&D Lev Gimelfarb gave an excellent TechTalk on his latest development effort: Stacy. It was a fantastic way to reinvigorate our TechTalk series after a long hiatus! We had a good turn out of Boyle Software employees as well as several colleagues, clients, and friends. Pizza was consumed, beverages were imbibed, and we all learned some new things…

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Kicking the tires: Mulesoft

Mulesoft logoIn the past couple of  years I’ve seen lots of companies and products moving from monolithic applications to microservices world. As large, heavy web services are being replaced, I’ve started looking into products for REST services integration.

Mulesoft seems to be a good place to go for REST services integration and implementation. RAML is racing Swagger to become #1 solution for API design. Their Anypoint platform is making the integration of third party API’s simple and efficient. Using the ability to connect to SAP or ServiceNow platforms makes this solution perfect for wide variety for consumers. Mapping and transforming data capabilities are great bonuses as well.

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TechTalk: Lev Gimelfarb on Stacy

Lev Gimelfarb

On Wednesday, October 26th, Boyle Software’s VP of Research & Development Lev Gimelfarb will discuss and demo his latest project, called simply Stacy:

Stacy allows creating websites that are served from Amazon S3 cloud service as if they are static websites, while having the site content managed in Contentful CMS. The authors edit the content in the CMS and their edits are automatically published to the statically hosted website without any participation from the site developers. Once the system is setup, for regular content changes there is no need to run any site generators or manually upload any content to the S3. [Source]

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Beatles movie gets NYC premiere

Beatles movie premiere for TeachRock.orgWe are extra proud of our ongoing work for Steven Van Zandt‘s Rock and Roll Forever Foundation – most especially the fabulous TeachRock.org site and it’s amazing free and deep curriculum. And  on Thursday evening, September 15th, the Foundation will host the New York City premiere of Ron Howard’s new Beatle documentary,  Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years!

This exclusive event is also a fundraiser for the Foundation and its great programs – so go to their site and buy tickets or make a donation. Join the crowd next week for the reception and premiere showing!

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Summer sailing success

Sunset sail on the Hudson with the Statue of LibertyWe had a great time last week at our annual summer party for Boyle Software staff, family, and friends. Though some ominous clouds rolled in and a few drops of rain were felt, our sunset sailing excursion on the Hudson was a success all around. The sun did make an appearance, beaming its red and orange glow beneath the cloud cover as it sank behind the New Jersey horizon!

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