ecoReserve tech blogging

Hello everyone… I’m Jim Lynch, CTO of ecoReserve. I’m going to be blogging on a weekly basis about the development of the ecoReserve application. This is an exciting time for us, as we’re about two weeks from adding three full-time coders to our team, thanks to QuickStart Global. One engineer will be dedicated to developing the user interface, based on the excellent designs donated to us by Organic Media. Another engineer will be responsible for coding core features and functionality, while our senior developer will work with me on the overall direction of the application and the integration of Reza Ghezelbash’s GIS and mapping technology.

The first release of the application will allow users to browse rich imagery of the Mamoni Valley, zooming in to find and sponsor parcels of land, and connect with other reservists within our application and other social networks. ecoReserve will constantly evolve and improve, with many exciting features planned for future releases.

Our engineering team has been greatly aided by the contributions of key volunteers in technical documentation, system administration, QA, and user interface development. Our thanks go out to everyone who has contributed so far, and we’re always looking to add more volunteer talent to our team. If you’ve worked with Symfony (PHP framework), or any other PHP MVC framework, leave a comment below and I’ll contact you.


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