St. Petersburg has always been the educational, scientific and engineering capital of Russia. Now, the city is fast becoming Russia's answer to Silicon Valley. Jensen Technologies is proud to be advancing Russia's tradition of excellence in computer engineering.
An illustration of St. Petersburg's programming prowess is the victory of St. Petersburg State University in the IBM-sponsored International Collegiate Programming Contest for the second year in a row. St. Petersburg beat MIT, California Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Stanford University and Beijing University and some 2,400 other entrants to take home the world championship trophy.
The reason for this success is systematic. Programming departments at Russian universities (indeed, at high schools) place a significantly greater emphasis on fundamental mathematics than do Western departments. The emphasis on math teaches the students to think logically and solve complex problems, rather than just write code. In addition, Russian programmers have dealt with traditionally limited computing resources by developing more efficient, elegant programs.
Jensen Technologies' programmers were trained in this fertile environment allowing us to bring Russia's world-class talent to your projects.