case study spotlight.
Port of Napier, support in house applications

The Port of Napier decided not to rehire a full time software developer but instead sought support from Red Jungle founding partner Gerard van de Ven to supply maintenance and support for one of their main in house applications: Port Control. Port Control takes care of the scheduling of ships to Berths, all movements in and out of the port and scheduling of resources like Pilots, tug boats, mooring lines and mooring gangs, etc...

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customer testimonial spotlight.

The guys at Red Jungle were fabulous to work with when creating our GST Calc iPhone App. Lots of great ideas and a polished end product.

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from the developers blog.
Riki The Waikato Experience
by Riki on 21 Nov
My Name is Riki Waikato and I’m a junior developer at Red Jungle, I have recently just finished my first full year of development work. Previous to working full-time I completed an Internship with Red Jungle and this post will talk about my experience.
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Phil Now hiring ASP.NET developers
by Phil on 10 Oct
We are once again looking for talented and enthusiastic ASP.NET software developers to join our rapidly expanding team in our brand new Napier office. Full time, permanent, Intermediate and Senior developer roles are available now!
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Phil Developers, on the move!
by Phil on 17 Jun
Recently, as the team has expanded we have started to outgrow our current space. So when an opportunity for a brand new, larger space which we could tailor to our needs popped up earlier this year, we jumped at the chance. All without leaving the fantastic environment of the Ahuriri area which we now call home.
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Phil Tremains Triathlon 2013
by Phil on 23 Mar
Last weekend the Red Jungle team took part again in the Tremains corporate triathlon. The event has been running for many years now, and we have been entering Red Jungle teams for the last couple of years. It’s always a great event, a lot of fun, and a great opportunity for some team building (and friendly office rivalry!).
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