We roll out key development processes including
Behavior Driven Development, continuous
integration, automated build processes, and
release/version control management, ensuring value
long after we transition back to your team.

What makes our embedded engagements
successful?

Experience

Our developers bring their long histories of
development experience to your projects. Not only
do we have deep mobile platform knowledge; we’ve
developed apps on these platforms since the
beginning of the smartphone revolution.

Our experience with server
backends,
bespoke IoT
systems, and even machine

learning gives us confidence to
situate
ourselves effectively in
your environment.

Flexible/Adaptable

That depth and breadth of experience helps us ride
the ebb and flow of your projects.

Need our resource to hop onto iOS from Android?
We can do that.

Need your build system tweaked, scripts written, or
Native C libraries compiled and integrated into your
project? We’ve done it all and can adapt to your
needs.

Aligned

We don’t just fill seats – we partner with you.

Your goals are our goals.

Aligned

We don’t just fill seats – we partner with you.

Your goals are our goals.

GET TO KNOW OUR TEAM

BRANT DEBOW

Chief Technology Officer

“I excel at jumping into an existing project and becoming familiar with the codebase. I look around a lot for examples while copying the existing style and process of the current code. After a month or two, I’ve got a map in my head. Then, when a problem arises, I think, “that sounds like that thing I saw over here.” It’s a quick way to develop intuition about where different pieces of code are. ”

JOE FARRELL

Chief Product Officer

“As an embedded product owner, I bring the perspective and experience to navigate the needs of different departments. If a tough call has to be made, I help clients understand the trade-offs, and provide objective recommendations for what’s best. I love demonstrating the power of Jobs-to-be-Done, learning what problems each client faces, and delivering novel, effective solutions in tricky situations.”

MATT NEUBURG

Senior Mobile Engineer

“A team isn’t a competition; it’s a mutual admiration society. As an author and iOS teacher, I bring a deep knowledge of best practices. On a recent job, I was able to neaten up the code using recent Swift features that surprised some of my teammates. But helping out is only half the fun; learning is the other half! On that same job, I picked up a bunch of architectural patterns I’d never considered before. ”

AARON HAYMAN

Senior Mobile Engineer

“It often takes a fresh pair of eyes to generate new ideas. This isn’t due to any lack from the team, but simply because someone new brings their own unique experiences. Embedding someone new is a sort of cross-pollination. Not only do you get good work done; you also expose your team to new ideas. I find a lot of joy in helping clients come up with new approaches, and in learning something new I can apply to the next project. ”

CARISSA SINCLAIR

Director of UX & Visual Design

“Sometimes a project needs an extra set of hands to just crank out production files, a fresh perspective to unblock a team, or someone to analyze and make sense of a client’s existing user experience. I’m that person! It’s one of my favorite things to help get a project creatively moving again. Everyone meets deadlines, and I get the benefit of working on so many unique and challenging projects.”

JOSH BRAUN

Director of Engineering

“I provide the expertise and perspective a client’s team doesn’t have or can’t acquire in the midst of all their other responsibilities. I was once embedded with a large insurance provider’s actuarial team. My proudest accomplishment on that project was unifying a long-standing division that was dragging down the project. Because I was an outsider I could sidestep the baggage and start coding, coaching and building trust with the whole team. ”

NIK LILLAND

Senior Mobile Engineer

“When placed onto an existing project, I look for opportunities to use my background and experience to improve the project in any way possible. I worked on a Javascript project that used an old, inefficient build tool. I raised this issue, and brought my own expertise with a more modern tool. The new tool’s implementation shrunk the final product so much that it unblocked a long desired improvement to the application. ”

DAN COLEMAN

Senior Mobile Engineer

“An outsider joining a team can provide unique value, especially as an embedded coach. A coach who just provides boilerplate lectures or coding examples has trouble convincing a team that the material can really be applied to their work. An embedded coach gets to add direct capacity to the team while teaching techniques in real time. This leaves a lasting impression, long after the embedded teammate has left.”

BRANT DEBOW

Chief Technology Officer

“I excel at jumping into an existing project and becoming familiar with the codebase. I look around a lot for examples while copying the existing style and process of the current code. After a month or two, I’ve got a map in my head. Then, when a problem arises, I think, “that sounds like that thing I saw over here.” It’s a quick way to develop intuition about where different pieces of code are.”

CARISSA SINCLAIR

Director of UX & Visual Design

“Sometimes a project needs an extra set of hands to just crank out production files, a fresh perspective to unblock a team, or someone to analyze and make sense of a client’s existing user experience. I’m that person! It’s one of my favorite things to help get a project creatively moving again. Everyone meets deadlines, and I get the benefit of working on so many unique and challenging projects.”

JOE FARRELL

Chief Product Officer

“As an embedded product owner, I bring the perspective and experience to navigate the needs of different departments. If a tough call has to be made, I help clients understand the trade-offs, and provide objective recommendations for what’s best. I love demonstrating the power of Jobs-to-be-Done, learning what problems each client faces, and delivering novel, effective solutions in tricky situations. ”

JOSH BRAUN

Director of Engineering

“I provide the expertise and perspective a client’s team doesn’t have or can’t acquire in the midst of all their other responsibilities. I was once embedded with a large insurance provider’s actuarial team. My proudest accomplishment on that project was unifying a long-standing division that was dragging down the project. Because I was an outsider I could sidestep the baggage and start coding, coaching and building trust with the whole team. ”

MATT NEUBURG

Senior Mobile Engineer

“A team isn’t a competition; it’s a mutual admiration society. As an author and iOS teacher, I bring a deep knowledge of best practices. On a recent job, I was able to neaten up the code using recent Swift features that surprised some of my teammates. But helping out is only half the fun; learning is the other half! On that same job, I picked up a bunch of architectural patterns I’d never considered before.”

NIK LILLAND

Senior Mobile Engineer

“When placed onto an existing project, I look for opportunities to use my background and experience to improve the project in any way possible. I worked on a Javascript project that used an old, inefficient build tool. I raised this issue, and brought my own expertise with a more modern tool. The new tool’s implementation shrunk the final product so much that it unblocked a long desired improvement to the application.”

AARON HAYMAN

Senior Mobile Engineer

“It often takes a fresh pair of eyes to generate new ideas. This isn’t due to any lack from the team, but simply because someone new brings their own unique experiences. Embedding someone new is a sort of cross-pollination. Not only do you get good work done; you also expose your team to new ideas. I find a lot of joy in helping clients come up with new approaches, and in learning something new I can apply to the next project.”

DAN COLEMAN

Senior Mobile Engineer

“An outsider joining a team can provide unique value, especially as an embedded coach. A coach who just provides boilerplate lectures or coding examples has trouble convincing a team that the material can really be applied to their work. An embedded coach gets to add direct capacity to the team while teaching techniques in real time. This leaves a lasting impression, long after the embedded teammate has left.”

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Whether your team is behind schedule, in need of senior resources, or you simply require more talent to finish a big push, we are here to help.

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