Eulerr

Choose software team. Get first delivery in 2 weeks

Eulerr is a platform where you can choose an agile software development team and get first delivery in 2 weeks. We charge a flat rate - $30 or $50 per hour applied to any specialist. Our main goal is to deliver to market as fast as possible. Start a project by next week for a 10% discount, Ushanka and a bottle of Russian vodka. Ask us anything.

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Reviews

  • Pros: 

    Top rated russian developers with great portfolios, legal and financial transparency, good communication provided by Eulerr's team

    Cons: 

    Minor bugs, already fixed

    I use Eulerr as a member of one of the development teams.

    I think Eulerr provides a great opportunity for customers from the globe to hire amazing designers and experienced software developers for their projects. Eulerr's rules of hiring make the process transparent and secure for both parties. The team is supportive and delivers high level of communication. Good luck for the guys!

    Kate Sokolskaya has used this product for one month.
  • Ruth KatzTwitch Streamer
    Pros: 

    Capable of asking for reviews and trying to cheat producthunt.

    Cons: 

    Evil. Please read full story to get sense of what happened here.

    1. Website created by Russians and they offer mostly Russian teams (nothing wrong with that, but)

    2. Strange reviews with Pros being just "Awesome" or "Cool" and in Cons "Новые возможности" (new opportunities ) or something else random in Russian - the important word here - "something random". Update: they deleted their fake reviews.

    3. Eulerr Ceo - Denis Shershnev commented on this in this thread and it turns out he asked for upvotes on his facebook so this explains meaningless reviews and a lot of no-brainer upvotes.

    4. Denis understands that those upvotes are not natural as he also write in his fb post: "It remains to score about 400 votes, then go organic".

    His fb post google translated: https://imgur.com/a/fp0vQ

    Original fb post: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10208171973697065&id=1833143397

    Original fb post saved for history just in case: http://www.peeep.us/cbb12113

    Denis comment confirming that he asked for upvotes: https://imgur.com/a/H39Lw

    Ruth Katz has never used this product.

Discussion

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Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Internet Marketer
23 positive reviews on ProductHunt, all from people of the same country (Russia?), Probably same city too... Yeah, I think I'll pass on products that self-review themselves - I don't trust.
Denis Shershnev
Maker
@eulerr · CEO, Eulerr
@erickbarron86 we don't self review ourself and you are always welcome to check the product. Pls let me know if you need software development
Denis Shershnev
Maker
@eulerr · CEO, Eulerr
@erickbarron86 i always happy to present the product by myself and tour you through the project
Vladislav Arbatov@vladzima · Founder http://arb.digital
@erickbarron86 ...Or maybe even the same neighbourhood! This is an invasion, mate. Wouldn't trust those Russians too! Meanwhile, as a marketer, you should probably understand, that every product has it's geographical origins. And the first thing makers do, listing their product on PH – they advertise among local startup communities and raise awareness about their product first in the native environment. That's how it works. Indians promote in India, Germans in Germany. That's how such reviews are generated, it's an obvious process. As of self-review thing – I'm among those who upvoted and you can look up my profile – I have 613 upvotes through the last couple of years. It's rather difficult to accuse me in a scam scheme with this project, really. I'm not affiliated with Eulerr, but it's just insulting to watch a product not receiving the votes it deserves because of a false accusation.
Dainis Kanopa@dainiskanopa · CEO at Middle
@erickbarron86 I think it doesn't matter if they have fake reviews or not, all potential service buyers can check the content of these reviews and decide, if they are true or not.
Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Internet Marketer
@dainiskanopa of course it matters - fake reviews are illegal.
Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Internet Marketer
@vladzima upvoting and commenting is encouraged, by friends and nearby startups. What I meant was the review section. I don't think I've ever seen so many recommended reviews for any product since ProductHunt introduced that feature.
Vladislav Arbatov@vladzima · Founder http://arb.digital
@erickbarron86 That's an abnormal number of reviews, you're right. But it has nothing to do with a product quality itself. Also some reviews being in Russian is a kind of a flashmob, I guess, as I've never seen many comments being cyrillic :)
Vladislav Arbatov@vladzima · Founder http://arb.digital
Very nice. Очень неплохо.