Take the pain out of software deployments
Hands-on Workshops | Agile Technical Consulting | Custom Software Development
Test Driven Development | Test Automation | Pair and Mob Programming
DevOps | Continuous Integration and Delivery | Cloud
Your team can be greater than the sum of its partsOur workshops focus on modern software development techniques from the agile, lean, and software craftsmanship communities. Learning these practices and techniques allow your team to deliver sooner, with higher quality and in a sustainable way.
Workshop Topics Include
Experiential workshopsWe facilitate hands-on, experiential workshops on agile and lean technical topics. Unlock the potential of your software team by learning how to keep your code clean, simple and maintainable and how to deliver sooner using incremental and iterative practices.
We build quality softwareNeed custom software for your business? Worried that you’ll spend time defining the software only to realize that what was built doesn’t really give you the outcomes you were hoping for?
Our agile, iterative approach allows us to not just build software right, but build the right software. We use collaborative techniques to build software that meets your needs.
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