One of Anomaly Software’s projects which is leveraging Linode is called Relay, an EV charging concierge. The project focuses on queuing people up to use electric vehicle chargers around the world. The company is also working on one of their biggest open source projects with some local government customers. The project aims to build software infrastructure that local government customers can use to bring services online. Dev Mukherjee, CEO of Anomaly Software, explains that software for customers in local government is particularly expensive, so the company is working to build modules that they can use to bring their services online while remaining independent of a software vendor. Mukherjee discusses in further detail in this video the projects they are currently working on which leverage Linode. To find out more, watch this video.
About Dev Mukherjee: Dev started Anomaly, after graduating from University to pursue his love of working with open source technologies. He spends his time building foundational technologies that sets Anomaly apart, and gives our customers the technological edge. Dev’s adjunct role at the University let’s students benefit from our entire company’s experience.
About Anomaly Software: Anomaly is a close-knit team of software engineers solving problems in the digital space with work spanning higher education, healthcare, local government, and other industries. Anomaly builds dependable ecosystems by producing scalable backends that work seamlessly with their interfaces, resulting in the creation and maintenance of delightful experiences.
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