You'd never dream of building a house without a general contractor. Don't make a seemingly obvious mistake on your web strategy by not having a VP of Engineering. Most projects under a 500k budget cannot afford full-time resources for every role a typical project needs but without them your project becomes increasingly risky. The role of VP of Engineering is no exception. The VP typically provides direction on architecture, third party services and packages approval, and technology choices. When you partner with us, you can engage high level resources only when needed, thus giving your project a higher likely hood of success and improving your code base dramatically.
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Piggybacking off our work with Defend Your Money, we built another web application for a financing company. The goal is to automate the whole funding pipeline, from application and underwriting to payment and pay off. We worked with the entrepreneur to create the designs and flows, and then implemented the designs as both front-end user Read More >>
Web applications require constant maintenance because the internet is constantly evolving and improving. Luckily, when you work a lot with open source packages, most of the improvements and updates are made for free by the community, but it still takes a little time to update to the latest packages. One highlight from this latest round Read More >>
This client came to me with quite a large problem. He had a web developer that no longer wanted to maintain his websites and he needed them moved from the current servers. These sites also had 4 email accounts that needed to be moved as well. The site migrations were easy enough with only a Read More >>
If you’re a Star Trek fan, you already know where this is going. “I’m a doctor, not an engineer!” screamed Dr. Leonard McCoy in the original series of Star Trek. That iconic phrase spawned many repeats and for good reason. It is the expression of being called to do something that is outside of your Read More >>
We’ve used multiple other branching models with some success, including the Gitflow branching model but we found a better way for remote teams who want to deploy continuously. In its simplest form, this model branches features off master, integrates and tests them on develop, and then merges them back into master. Below we’ve included some Read More >>
We just finished the first phase (design) with a new client and I’m very happy with the results. We started with just an idea and a prototype build by the client in Google Sheets. We took that concept and built out what will be the future functionality of the site in comps and graphics. We Read More >>
I poured about a year of my life into this project. I had a great time working on it but it has also been one of the most stressful projects I’ve ever been involved in. I also think it is some of the cleanest code I’ve ever written as well. There are too many project Read More >>
On the heels of my last IOS app in React Native, I started this project in Ionic. The designs were already done and it was my job to implement them in a cost effective way. At first, the client pushed really hard to build this in Ionic 2 (using Angular 2). At the time, Angular Read More >>
There are so few "SEO" companies that actually understand what they're doing. Ben Buie gets it. I'm looking forward to working with him again on our next big project.
20:50 18 Jun 19
It was a pleasure to work with Ben and his team. It is rare to find such attention to high standards of coding and devops.
15:36 18 Jun 19
Grateful to have Ben and his team as such a capable, reliable partner for completing client work!
13:18 14 Jun 19
I reached out to Buink after finding Ben’s name in a local developer/consultant listing in 2017, and I have to say, it has been an absolute pleasure to work with Buink. Ben consistently understands not just the development task laid in front of him but the business application behind the task. I’ve... never felt more comfortable with a development team than I do with Buink. I truly feel Ben and his team are integral partners in the success of my business.read more
22:01 13 Jun 19
Buink saved my company's bacon at a very critical moment during my company's evolution. With almost no warning we had found ourselves stranded without any dev support, even though we had hundreds of users from big brands every day logging into our application and relying on things to keep working.... We couldn't afford to have system failures, and I was amazed at—and will be forever grateful for—the way the Buink team stepped in and calmly assumed control of the craft. We and our clients were safe in their expert hands from that moment forward. I whole-heartedly recommend the quality of their work and the dedicated and ethical leadership they continually provide.read more
22:47 13 May 19
I could not recommend Buink Web Development more highly. Ben and his team have recently developed a budgeting app for me (both web and IOS). I have had the opportunity of working with them for over a year and I am extremely happy with the results.I would say that the biggest plus for me is that I... trust Ben completely. From the very first, Ben has helped me make decisions that were in the best interest of my company. I have never felt like he is taking advantage of me. Ben does his best to keep the whole process very open and upfront. I have really appreciated that.I tell people all the time that I love my developers. And I do. I'm very happy that I chose to use Buink to develop my apps. It was the best business decision I could have made.If you are looking for someone to develop a website or app, I strongly suggest choosing Buink Web Development. They are fantastic!Marilyn Ference, President, Defend Your Money, LLCread more
James Landon B.
01:33 28 Aug 18
Great company to help with all your web design needs!