software contracting companies
write better software faster.
I do this through the following services:
- Roadmapping your projects to help you figure out where your project should lead, how to get there, and some likely shortcuts and speedbumps. This saves you time figuring all that out, avoiding problems, recovering from them, etc.
- Training your developers to write high-quality software. This saves you money by needing less rework, fixing, and support, and makes you more money by meeting the needs of your clients better. You can quit the "position on price" race to the bottom, position yourself on quality, and attract better, more profitable clients.
- Advising your development teams on processes, techniques, and tools. This lets your team work efficiently, saving you labor costs on your fixed-bid projects, and relieving schedule-pressure even on time-and-materials projects.
If you have software projects you're not sure how to proceed on, developers who produce low-quality software, or inefficient development processes, then let The Codosaurus help!
Since I'm just now adding the above services, they are temporarily on an INTRODUCTORY SALE! See the Services section for details.
You don't have to be a "software contracting company" to use my services. That's just the best fit, especially if you're an American defense contractor, doing fixed bids.
- If you run your software as a service, or sell your software as a product, you're probably still a good fit for all of my services.
- If your main line of work depends in some other way on software you write, you might still be a good fit.
- If you outsource your software projects to contractors, you can still use my roadmapping services, to help you choose and inform a contractor.
- But if you write (or outsource) in-house tools that just help with your business, like inventory or appointment management or whatever, then probably not... but if you still think so, we can discuss it.
I no longer sell my time coding. However, there are still ways to have me program for you. After you use my Project Roadmapping service, I may submit a bid on your project. (Or I may decline to bid, for various reasons.) When you use my Team Advice service, at the "Deep Dive" size, you may have me temporarily join your team. (However, the emphasis is still on spotting ways to improve the team's functioning, not contributing code.) Lastly, I still contribute to Open Source projects.