Building high-quality, reliable products in a fast-paced company is hard
At a fast-paced organization, you typically focus on how quickly you can bring your company's vision to life. Unfortunately, it's not as simple as putting all your focus into delivering your product. Startups have a seemingly infinite number of areas pulling at the entire team's attention. With scarce resources, you must balance planning your roadmap, developing new features, fixing bugs, customer support, and much more.
In the middle of all the chaos, you want to build a high-quality product that won't create headaches for you or your customers. In today's world, the expectations of your customers are lofty. They want your service to provide a fast, reliable experience while you deliver new features to delight them. But to achieve that, it takes lots of time and effort. Chances are you won't have the capacity to spare to focus on the current and long-term quality of your applications.
Most tech companies feel like they need to sacrifice quality over speed, but it doesn't have to be that way.
As a software engineer and tester working primarily with startups, I understand the unique challenges and needs of early-stage companies. I also know the benefits of moving fast and rapidly delivering products that delight your customers. With the experience and skills acquired throughout my career, I can help companies with little time to waste and who need someone to come in and provide value as quickly as possible.
As a freelancer and consultant, I work with tech organizations worldwide to help them build effective, high-quality software. It's my mission to help these companies get their idea off the ground quickly and in the right way for the long haul.
For over 19 years, I've worked with startups and other tech companies across the globe to help them successfully build effective, high-quality software. My experience comes from working with early-stage companies in New York City, San Francisco, Tokyo, and remotely with dozens of organizations around the world.
My main areas of focus are full-stack web development, test automation, and DevOps. I love sharing my thoughts and expertise around test automation on my blog, Dev Tester, and have written a book on the same topic.
Test Automation Assessment
I'll spend a few days working alongside you and your team to check your existing test automation and development processes. I'll send you a full report on how to make the most of your current procedures.
Automated Testing Pipeline Setup
I'll work with you and your team to assess your existing processes and develop an optimal automated testing pipeline for your organization that will yield benefits immediately and for the long haul.
DevOps Contracting and Consulting
I help ensure that your organization makes the most out of your cloud-based architecture, from migrating current services to the cloud, maintaining existing services, and using your money effectively.
Software Development Contracting
Besides test automation and DevOps work, I have over 19 years of hands-on experience developing software as a software engineer.
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