The Neon Project

We are an agency for the digital transformation of people, processes and products. We specialize in resolving complex problems.

How we work

We work the agile way, defining features with user story mapping, organizing work in sprints. We like quality code, so we write clean code that follows standards and work with automated testing using BDD, providing a CI/CD environment from the first feature to production.

Consulting for Ideas

This happens before you start working. It’s what traditional consultancies call Strategic Advisory.

Innovation through Projects

Our mindset at the beginning of a project is: What’s the simplest thing we can do to achieve the greatest possible impact?

Improvement of Products

Innovation isn’t always about creating new things. Sometimes all you need to do is look at what you have with a different light.

Our services

We are technology agnostic and do projects for different platforms and programming languages. As most agencies, we do mobile and web development, integrations and database work. Where we shine, however, is in projects that require the use of technologies like blockchain, conversational agents, and data.

Blockchain

Building distributed ledgers and consensus networks for identity, traceability and other challenges where transparency and trust are hard requirements.

Conversational Agents

We are conversational makers since 2016 and have experience in text and voice agents in verticals like health, travel, productivity or lead qualification.

Data

We don’t do Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning: Instead, we apply AI and ML techniques to data analysis. Our goal is to extract the most value from your data in the shortest possible time, so that you can make the best decisions.

The Team

Cristina Santamarina

Cristina Santamarina

Cristina Santamarina loves communications, communities and technological change. She has project management and field experience in large companies, startups, and NGOs.
Javier Aguirre

Javier Aguirre

Javier Aguirre is a software architect, passionate about good practices of software development and process automation, either technical or related to team management.
Miguel Calero

Miguel Calero

Miguel Calero is a serial entrepreneur, consultant, lecturer, speaker, innovation catalyst in spaces where business digitalization adds a potential for a relevant change, and father of two children.
Daniel Luque

Daniel Luque

Software Engineer at The Neon Project. Google Developer Group Organiser. Curious, non-conformist, geek. Lover of clean code, automatisation, green tests and Python 🐍
Nieves Borrero

Nieves Borrero

Nieves Borrero is a Software Developer who enjoys programming and converting code into a piece of art that improves other people’s lives that’s why she also is dedicated to colaborate as Organizer in Google Developers Group and Women TechMackers.
Francisco Aranda

Francisco Aranda

Francisco Aranda is a Software Engineer who loves designing and developing tech-based products, by getting involved in business processes and iterating to fit the user needs.

Esther Vidal

Esther Vidal

Esther Vidal is a user-oriented designer, with a deeper sensibility for beautiful visual layouts, loves to make you not think. She works in design-tandem with Markos for years.
Marcos Cifuentes

Marcos Cifuentes

Marcos Cifuentes is a senior graphic designer with high experience in branding and digital products, UX UI, Html andCSS.

Blog

Welcome to the team, Fran!

The Neon Project continues to grow. Today we're happy to share the news: Fran Aranda joins The Neon Project as a software developer. Fran is a hard-to-find combination. He is an IT engineer with a Master in design. Besides this, he brings in a lot of experience from...

Welcome to the team, Nieves!

This is a misleading title because Nives has been working with The Neon Project for a very long time. Today we celebrate we finally managed to bring her on board full time! From being an Art Historian to becoming a Software Developer and giving talks about blockchain...

CI/CD on a Hyperledger Fabric project

Today we bring you the second post of this series of technical articles regarding development with Hyperledger Fabric. Last time we talked about how we test our chaincode, today we go one step further and we’ll show you how we deploy the code automatically....

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