We are here to solve your problems by taking load off your shoulders! We are not a recruitment agency, neither another freelancing market place. We provide frontend development as a service!
Hiring a freelancer usually takes 3 to 6 weeks in Germany. With us you can hire immediately.
Good freelancers costs between €80 to €120 per hour. With us you get even better quality in €60 per hour.
It is teamwork, not work of an individual freelancer! Experienced developers do code reviews.
You get 100% money back guarantee of a German company and fully GDPR complaint.
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Everything starts from our first initial call that you can schedule from this link, where we give you further details about the process and understand the big picture of your requirements.
When you are confident in doing business with us, we sign a contract that would articulate the basic terms and conditions. Since the work is done on hourly basis, it is not a fixed price contract. You will get an invoice on a weekly basis with a due date of two weeks. At the end of each week, you have one week to claim a money back and cancel the contract.
Our engineering managers will meet you twice a week onsite in your office to discuss the work progress, resolve bottlenecks and do sprint planning (depending on your project complexity, sprints could be 1 or 2 weeks long). We use JIRA to write all the user stories and Confluence to document all business logics and specific notes.
Currently we can provide the onsite meetings only in Berlin. We are planning to provide this service in Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Frankfurt by April 2019, you can schedule a call with us to discuss if you are from any other city in Germany or other countries in EU.
You can have a quick 10 mins daily status update call with the developer and engineering manager at your desired time slot between 09:00 to 18:00 (GMT+1).
We use Zoom for calls and screen sharing and Slack for text chat. The developer will show the work results of yesterday, the plan of today and clear any confusion in understanding the related business logic. Since you will have a user account on JIRA, you can also refer to the issues numbers discussed during this call. For an overall picture you can see the active sprint Kanban board in order to get a confidence of the work progress.
Our developers are using a time tracking tool called Hubstaff, which takes a screenshot in a random minute of every 10 minutes along with lots of work related information i.e. keyboard and mouse activity, JIRA ticket number, etc that you can use to keep a closer control over the progress.
The real usage of this tool is for our engineering manager for keeping a closer eye on the code quality and instruct the developer on the best practices and to avoid anti-patterns. We provide you an account in order to maintain transparency of an hour paid is an hour worked.
We use StoryBook in order to provide you an environment where you can test individual components of your project and a staging server on a URL like https://my-great-project.frontendgeeks.com where you can test the entire web app. We usually push changes into those two environments after approval of each Pull Request.
On a weekly basis, our engineering managers give you a full presentation, challenges that were faced and plans on how to solve those challenges in the next sprints. Depending on the complexity of your project, the feature releases can be done on weekly or biweekly basis.
React.js & React Native
We use the following tools for better collaboration and time tracking. You will get access to all of them.