From the very start of a project to years into it, software development involves a series of decisions both technical and non-technical. Many times these decisions are intertwined and there is always a trade-off between quality, time, and cost.
As experienced software development professionals who have done it all successfully before, we offer advice to project owners at each stage of their product development lifecycle. This includes everything from the user interface to implementing the right functionality to using the right software development architectures, languages, frameworks, and techniques.
Developing great software and providing value to your business is why we exist. Working with you gives us the opportunity to put our brains to work in all kinds of interesting ways and settings. We take on projects of all sizes and are experts in both starting fresh projects and rescuing projects that are going up in flames.
Unlike a traditional development agency, we strive to work as part of your team rather than acting as dictators to how to get things done. We will assess you and your needs and figure out with you how we can both be successful in the project.
We understand great ideas are hard to come by and that turning those ideas into a business is just as hard. At DevBBQ we provide ways to quickly bring these ideas to light by offering rapid prototype development and business development guidance that is based on our own experiences.
Using DevBBQ to help get a project done is an easy choice. When you bring in DevBBQ for a co-development project, you're getting technical expertise, exceptional talent, and total flexibility with the ability to scale up or down quickly.
Whether we have an existing project together or you had a system cooked up elsewhere that needs warming up, we use what we've learned to keep your project progressing on the right path. Together, we become a powerful group of problem solvers and optimizers that know your project inside and out. We propose tests, gather data, and then figure out how to apply our new intelligence.
DevBBQ has been a part of technical reviews for companies looking for a second opinion on technical decisions or assessment of technical debt to audits for venture capital firms during their due diligence phases.
Our reviews do not solely consist of code inspection. They also consist of important interviews to dive into the past, present, and future of the business, project, and team in order to bring our opinions and results into a valuable, technical context. When we get to the code, we overlook petty programming style differences and try to understand decisions that would initially look odd or incorrect to other developers before making note of them.