It’s whatsoever not unique to talk about cold fusion projects, internationally, supranationally, on local & global scales.
The thing is, however, former economics, smell medium business economics student facilities, industry field & lamp development (w/ emerged already mongodb advertised ‘most popular in modern applications’ database) CI enabled laptop.
One of the options is to assume B. Johnson evoked government contracts subsidiary terms via his live addressing speech to Conservative supporters, urging to embark on developing field asap; that means, in this case, additional ORM modeling (on paper and Trello) for a subsequent web app – a. k. a. SME (entities incorporated).
Recently has been developing Buildkite CI, svelte.js, Atlas ORM & Slim 4 framework based micro apps, novelty lies in the ADR approach, evolved from usual MVC. Although it’s still in startup phase, there are literally no obstacles to promote this methodology to another sphere of dimensions reporting directly to market & stakeholders.
Among the ongoing projects it could be mentioned already renditions passed mobile banking & transactions app, fast credits p2p application (c2b2c), financial data crawling consultancy for nyse & nasdaq trading indexes & real estate renting c2c platform. All stems from economics major, upgrading to the current affairs business modes & models.
To add another ORM modeled application it’s not a hard work, easy-breezy as it would be said in X-Factor USA. Only respondent could re-address this issue, and it’s not uncommon for state government officials to inquiry directly economics graduates asking for help, as it is usual in college by lecturers.
In this case it’s only a matter of application type, industry sector, economics proximity & tangible resources disposition in a sense of development. For example, a social network, e. g. dedicated to specific niche? Truck drivers, logistics companies and similar? Sounds like plausible, why not, as logistic programming (development) was incorporated in economics subjects in the college.