Our team of researchers and engineers has years of experience on the research and development of programming languages, formal methods, blockchains as well as their application in industrial settings. Let’s achieve bold projects together!
Become our industrial partner: we’ll help you solve your challenges
If you’re a R&D labs, let’s collaborate
We help developers reach mastery
Our mission: prototyping software solutions for you
We design and implement reliable high-value solutions for our clients. As a challenge-driven team, we can find with you the most elegant and efficient solutions to optimize your products or create new ones.
OCamlPro has a record of outstanding technological achievements and success stories, in areas from web tools to distributed frameworks, DSLs and formal methods. We also built a strong blockchain expertise since 2014 on the Tezos and Dune Network blockchains. Developments are done in OCaml or Rust, and then integrated with other software in any language (C, C++, Python, Java, etc.). Our applications are extensible and maintainable, fully independent from web servers, portable to all mainstream browsers.
We cater to very specific needs. For example, we can translate a “black box” application from a programming language (Go, Coq, Cobol…) to a comprehensive language for your current team. Whether an ex-employee or a contractor coded everything in a language your current team hasn’t mastered, or it’s running on a legacy language, we can provide assistance. Get in touch!
Other achievements in Formal Methods and DSLs/Programming Language Expertise
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Sharing our expertise with you: Consulting & Trainings
Our developments are harnessing our expertise on formal methods and the most advanced features of OCaml & Rust. We will help you design robust architectures, choose open-source components, optimize your code and solve performance, memory or compiler issues. We also support companies that need to get up to speed, with on-demand and customized training designed by our experts.
Trainings to get up to speed
We organize several training sessions a year at our office or online. The trainees are in a group of 10 attendees at most to foster personalized feedback and specific questions. Our experience of building the OCaml’s MOOC exercise platform for the FUN platform also allows us to provide remote trainings.
Open Source tooling to armour industrial developers
OCamlPro promotes the use of the OCaml functional programming language in the industry, as a token of development productivity and software quality. We develop and maintain open source tooling for OCaml, such as Opam, TryOCaml, ocp-indent, ocp-index, and ocp-browser. We contribute to the core-development of OCaml, notably with our work on the Flambda optimizer branch. We provided a set of tools to foster OCaml adoption, under the legacy TypeRex codename. From the very beginning, we aimed both simplicity of access and perenity.
Highly-skilled people to teamwork with you
OCamlPro was created in April 2011 by former Inria researchers with the mission to help industrial users adopt the OCaml language. Today, we develop software solutions in any domain requiring knowledge in state-of-the-art programming languages features and formal methods. If you want to know more about us and if you want to join us (job offers, spontaneous application, internships), visit our Team page!
We maintain strong ties and collaborations with public research labs, such as IRILL & LRI in Paris-Saclay (Inria, CNRS, Sorbonne Université) and OCamlLabs in Cambridge. As part of the OCaml and Rust ecosystems, we build and maintain long-lasting relationships with public research labs and industrial partners. OCamlPro was a member of the Caml Consortium, and is now a sponsor of the OCaml Software Foundation.
Discover our timeline
Months of confinement at OCamlPro allowed us to at last look back on past years’ events and to advertise our strong ties with academic and industrial partners, and our achievements through an exhaustive Timeline of OCamlPro’s story and a little excerpt under. You can also create your own timeline here.
2011: OCamlPro is founded by Inria researchers
2012: Working on a development toolsuite: the Typerex initiative
2013: Release of the package manager OPAM 1.0
2014: Release of the Flambda optimizing compiler in OCaml
2015: OCamlPro develops the Irill/Paris 7 OCaml FUN Mooc
2016: The Alt-Ergo SMT Solver v1.30 is released
2017: OCamlPro delivers Tezos and its crowdfunding platform, complete with the TZscan and Liquidity tools
2018: Inria’s OCaml Software Foundation is created
2019: New company Origin Labs is created to tackle blockchain-related challenges
2020: Alt-Ergo Users’ Club 2nd annual meeting