We are a premium professional web development firm specialized in PHP and Python programming. In particular, we are a well known paid development team for the vBulletin framework, with dozens of custom products developed each year for our clients. Security and performance are our first priorities. We provide also disaster recovery, emergency maintenance, and anything a web owner might need. We are NOT the team for you if you are looking for cheap, low quality work.
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The MagnetiCat team is a small collective of talented people working together on the web since 2001. With our deep interest in Art - from Literature to Music, from Photography to Cinema - and in-depth, no-nonsense knowledge of multiple programming languages and web development techniques, we have always tried to use the web to communicate our passions, and, since 2004, to help our clients communicate theirs. Thinking outside the box - this is what we do.
Our small team comprises two programmers and an artist - but each member of our team is also completely self-reliant, with knowledge of multiple techniques and technologies.
MagnetiCat and the Web
The MagnetiCat Team started work on the web in 1996, under different names and starting with the creation of small websites on niche topics. In 2001 the MagnetiCat team was created, with the first objective of creating and launching a professional website offering reviews about videogames, called Ps2Fantasy.com. Without spending a cent on Internet advertising, and only through quality of content (provided by our staff and by a lot of contributors), services offered, and by establishing a solid network of PR contacts, the website became one of the most popular for PlayStation 2 fans. In 2004, mostly because of unforeseen events occurring in the lives of key members of our team, the website ceased activity and remains online today mostly for its old, and still precious, community members.
After a period in which we designed and...
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