We used to say “No” to a lot of clients. “No, I can’t help you with your project because I’m already on another one”. “No, I don’t have any colleagues who do what I do, I’m a freelancer”. “No, I can’t finish a four week project in one, I’m just by myself!”Â Any good programmer will recognize a bad repetition and change something in order to fix it. If it’s an annoyance shared by many, good programmers team up and work towards a collective solution, breaking the repetition once and for all. Writing libraries, sharing components and finding bugs are just a few examples of the benefits that teams have and the individual lacks, when it’s all about getting the project done.
Getting rid of the “No” dilemma was what we did, back in early 2008.Â A hand full of friends and developers got together to refer clients to one another, sharing projects and benefitting from the collective thought process. In the next several years we grew to a squad of 14 professional software developers covering the fields of on- and offline applications for computers, mobile devices and other gadgets. We get together every month to discuss programming tactics, industry standards, cutting edge developments and team opportunities. We’re not a company, yet we work like one on projects for agencies and production studios. We help each other on projects when deadlines get tight or when cutting edge needs a push. We refer to each other and can blindly attest to the skills of our fellow developers. We are individual freelancers with the backup and knowledge base of an entire team.
Today, after working with and learning from each other for over three years, we take it one step further. With this website we give you instant access to over a dozen experienced independent web developers, software engineers, technical consultants, creative coders, enthousiasts and friends. Use the form to send us a message collectively, or call one of us directly. You’ll get an answer to your question and most probably it will be “Yes!”