We build web and mobile applications.
We create highly polished products for startups and enterprise clients across iPhone,
iPad and the web.
A few of the services we can help you with.
Ruby on Rails
We have over 5 years experience developing in Ruby, Rails and
several other web languages. We enjoy writing beautiful code
iPhone and iPad Apps
We can build native iOS applications for the
iPhone or iPad. We can also build web based applications for the mobile phone using a responsive framework.
We can integrate your product with a variety of
social APIs, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
Your application can be E-Commerce ready using
Stripe for credit card processing. Your application can accept one time or
Your application's user interface will be responsive, so it can
adapt to any screen size for mobile or desktop browsing.
Your application can be secured using SSL encryption
and using best-practices in writing software.
We specialize in building web applications using Ruby on Rails. If you can dream it, we can build it.
We have successfully worked on a range of consumer and enterprise projects in multiple industries including
fashion, finance, retail, media, and consumer.
iPhone & iPad Apps
We can build native iOS applications for iPhone and iPad.
In addition, Your website will be designed using a responsive framework,
meaning the screen will adjust dynamically to fit any device browser from tablet to desktop.
"We are a team of ex-Google, YouTube, Stanford engineers passionate about technology and business.
We are entrepreneurs that can provide the technical talent you need to bring innovative product to market."
Rami Bitar is an ex-Google Product Manager where he was responsible for the Video Discovery and Search team at YouTube. He is also the
founder of VidRocket, and ERA-backed ad tech startup in NYC.
Rami holds a MS in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University, a MS in Computer Engineering from UCSB, and BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.
Jeff Michels was a PhD student at Stanford University pursuing research in Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing before leaving to found a YCombinator funded startup in 2006. More recently he has been a mercenary coder for several technology startups to support his rather pricey snowboarding habit.
Jeff has an MS in Computer Science from Stanford University and a BS in Architecture from UC Berkeley.