Got a Killer Idea? Imagine what you could achieve if you had a dedicated, experienced team ready to implement your dream. We'd love to work with you to see just how quickly we can get you from idea to launch.
* No developers were actually put in a box. It's, like, a metaphor...
We love Apple's iOS for its sublime blend of design and technology.
With over 365 million devices sold, the iPhone and iPad are a great platforms to get your idea into people's hands and pockets. Whether it's a cool game or a business utility, we can take you from idea to "there's an app for that".
We love Ruby on Rails for the power and expressiveness it gives us.
Rapid prototypes are a breeze, making it ideal for agile web development. This in turn means that you can see results sooner and iterate quickly as your vision becomes real.
We love Android for its openness.
The sale of Android devices has overtaken iPhones. We can ensure your idea gets the maximum reach by developing it for the Google's popular operating system.
The most important insights you're going to get about which features are important, and which are not, are the reactions of real customers. So, we encourage you to avoid heavy specification tomes and instead produce a one-page vision document that captures your idea.
We'll work with you to ensure we 'get it' and produce an optimized plan for making it real.
Once you've pulled the trigger, you get to watch as the project takes shape. Whether it's weekly status reports or fresh deployments every day or two, you'll be seeing how things are going every step of the way.
This is your baby. Visiting hours are 24/7.
In war, no plan survives the first contact with the enemy; in software development they rarely last that long. We'll break the development tasks into carefully prioritized stories that deliver the maximum value as early as possible.
Who decides what comes first? You do.
Here are some of the projects which we've recently released into the wild.
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Apple allows an iOS developer to associate up to 100 devices with a developer account, and use those devices for testing Ad-Hoc builds. Although there's an option to remove devices, they continue to count towards the 100 device limit. That is, until you renew your developer account - then you get a message that you can delete devices and have them no longer apply against the limit...
We've used Paperclip for years and found it a huge improvement over attachment_fu which we used prior to it. However, in our last project it threw us a curve ball....
OSX Lion ships with the Postgresql client tools, as well as a
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