Ingewikkeld is a company of experts for building web applications. Our language of choice is PHP, although we regularly play with other languages and tools.

With Ingewikkeld, you hire experts that are active and integral parts of the global PHP community, either by maintaining open source projects, by speaking at conferences worldwide or by organizing their own conferences.

Every single expert from Ingewikkeld has one goal:

Problems need to be solved.

We use a wide variety of tools to solve problems, whether it is one of the many PHP frameworks (we've worked on projects using symfony 1, Symfony2, Zend Framework 1 and 2, Silex and Cilex amongst others), a selection of the variety of tools that were not actually written in PHP (Memcache, Varnish, Redis, etc), or any other piece of software that we need (Bolt, Vagrant, etc), we can do it.

The Ingewikkeld experts are not just about software development. They also do consulting, training and audits when required. And they are pro-active: If they see something needs to happen, they'll take the initiative and make it happen.

Interested in hiring Ingewikkeld experts, or working for Ingewikkeld? Contact us at info@ingewikkeld.net.

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WeCamp 2015: Ticket sales and free ticket winner

After a successful first WeCamp in 2014 we're doing it again in 2015. We would like to welcome you again on our island from Tuesday 25th of August until Saturday 29th. Just like last year, you'll be able to work with a…

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SSL, Composer and PHP 5.6

A quick technical note: I ran into the same issue as Rob Allen did . Using his solution I came to understand the problem, but contrary to Rob, I was using an Ubuntu system in a Vagrant-box. The solution is the same…

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Coming Out Of The Box

Asking for help. Once you start thinking about it, it is really hard to do. It doesn’t really matter what you need help with, it is hard once you start wondering whether you should ask. In The Art of Asking Aman…

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We Are All Artists

I’ve written on this topic before , but as Amanda Palmer touched the topic in her book I felt it was a good idea to write about it again, this time on my blog. Especially since the angle is slightly different. …

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UWYC: Use What You Can

In her book , Amanda Palmer talks about DIY, and how when you start asking for help, Do It Yourself is a strange term. Instead, she suggests UWYC, which stands for Use What You Can. I think software developers can lea…

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The Art Of Asking

With Ingewikkeld we’ve sent out a gift to some customers and other contacts. A book that has nothing to do with PHP. While this may seem odd, it definitely isn’t. What book? The Art Of Asking by Amanda Palmer…

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The Inter-team Standup

For WeCamp 2014 , we were creating multiple teams that would all work on their own project. But since we wanted to maximize the exposure of all delegates to the lessons learned by all teams, we needed to create a mome…

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