In March 2008 we launched Tweetburner. During that period we learned that building and launching web products is what we want to do. After a few months we sold Tweetburner to a group of entrepreneurs and gave birth to Firmhouse.
Using several iterative and incremental software development methodologies, agile development allows us to respond to change. Building software can and should always be flexible.
The envisioned product should be put in front of the end-users as early as possible. Doing so in the first stages of developing the product will expose valuable information.
A constant flow of information is vital to effective software development. Combining both qualitive and quantitive methods we activate the valuable flow of information for product development.
What's on our radar
Michiel makes sure awesome products are being build in the company.
Bob makes sure the products are doing what's expected of them by partners and users.
Joined early 2010 with his thesis to finish, Arco was the first person to join our team. Joined the company after finishing his thesis.
Nick joined at the start of 2011. Joined as a 'Ruby on Rails' starter he rapidly is mastering the skills needed to built great products.
We write about the daily practice of our business. Sharing our thoughts, opinions and experience when building new web products.