Application: Netjay was hired by Fanorakel to build the fanorakel.de website. The goal of the website is to collect opinions from German soccer fans. Questions are asked in real time during the games, as well as outside the regular match schedule. Fanorakel continually uses this data to create an aggregated fan opinion. The site currently has a 10,000 registered users and served a maximum peak of 3.5 million+ pages during the FIFA soccer world championship per day, and this trai c is expected to grow signiﬁ cantly.
Challenge: Netjay faced a very tight development deadline of six months, combined with the complex requirements of the site. “We wanted to stay in Java,” Armbruster explains. “We come from the Java world. We trust in all the technologies that have been around for many years in Java. And yet traditional Java development would have taken too long to complete the site on time.” Keep reading