"With over 15 years helping startups, we aim to discover and deconstruct to break things down and build them better ; we use strength and simplicity to deliver enduring solutions."Raul Espinosa, CEO
Lean practices and tight feedback loops ensure our software is always in sync with evolving customer needs. Test Driven Development prevents bugs from leaking into production environments. Our attention to refactoring eliminates technical debt and cuts bloat. We utilize the scalability of cloud infrastructure to easily adapt to performance needs.Learn More
Cloud-native is an approach to building and running applications that fully exploit the advantages of the cloud computing model. The cloud has redefined the competitive landscape across virtually all industries by eliminating the focus on capital investment and staff to run an enterprise data center, replacing it with unlimited computing power on-demand and pay-as-you-go. Reduced IT spend means a lower barrier to entry with competitive advantage becoming a function of the speed teams can bring new ideas to market, which is why software is eating the world and startups are using cloud-native approaches to disrupt traditional industries.Learn More
We always will be doing iterative development adds agility to the development process. We divide our development schedule into about iterations of 1 week in length. One week is the best choice even though it seems very short.
We always will be helping choosing the right backlog items according to your product vision to build the right product.
We always will be having tight feedback loops to ensure that your software is always in sync with evolving needs.
We always will be communicating face to face daily. We will work together on everything from requirements to code.
We always will be partaking in a retrospective meeting at the end of each iteration. The team will reflect on how everything went and then decides what changes they want to make in the next iteration.
We always will be striving to build, test, and release software faster and more frequently. This approach helps reduce the cost, time, and risk of delivering changes by allowing for more incremental updates to applications in production.
We’re in the business of building products in such a way that tightens the feedback loop, so that we’re validating assumptions and course correcting early and as often as necessary. We love software, but what we love more is building the right product, and that almost never happens on the first attempt. That’s why productivity and quick iteration are so important. Practically every decision we make is made with this in mind.
Code written by two people who sit next to each other at the same computer is known as pair-programmed code. That is considered high quality and should result in cost savings due to less maintenance. In the long run, this style of development saves money because we produce fewer bugs, and therefore the technical debt is reduced.