It is our mission to make package and dependency management work for software development teams and the community. We do this by leveraging existing tools, building innovative services on top.
MyGet believes in being open and available to users and customers. We want to be directly involved with our customers and the wider software development community, and continuously polish and innovate our products to remove roadblocks our customers face.
In 2011, Maarten Balliauw and Xavier Decoster started MyGet as a little tool to help in creating and managing NuGet packages.
Since 2013, MyGet is a privately-held software company which has grown into an enterprise-grade software-as-a-service product providing friction-free continuous integration & delivery for a variety of dependency and package managers out there, such as NuGet, .NET debugger symbols, NPM, Bower, Maven, PHP Composer, VSIX, ...
Your software dependencies are in the hands of a very experienced and motivated team with a broad technical background. At MyGet, everyone is a developer. We enjoy writing software and value clean, quality code and believe having everyone contribute to the product we build improves quality and understanding. We compete on excellent service and support.
MyGet (TechTomato BVBA)
Maarten loves building web and cloud apps. His main interests are in ASP.NET MVC, C#, Microsoft Azure, PHP and application performance. He is a frequent speaker at various national and international events, organizes Azure User Group events and helps out organizing many industry events, and tries to blog and contribute to various open source projects. In his free time, he likes brewing his own beer.
Xavier is passionate about code quality, automation and tooling, and aims at reducing friction for software producers and consumers. Having more than 10 years of experience in software development and application lifecycle management, he formed an opinionated vision on development tools, services, and practices. He shares knowledge with the community, co-authored the Pro NuGet books, tries to blog and speak at conferences.