Facing a difficult API? Something just not working right? Figuring out how to accomplish your goals with no-code?
We work with you using live Zoom calls and screensharing, focused on helping you make progress. At the end, you have your problem solved and the knowledge for doing it again. No more "who the heck made this?" The answer will be you.
Our clients span from government agencies to startup businesses to solo professionals.
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Great job again. Got it done. I like the way you are eager to not just fix the immediate bug, but see how this can generate something useful. Little things like formatting the csv file and removing DOS spacers are helpful and would be difficult for me to figure out.
Ray could be an actual genius. Amazing at working through things on the fly and explaining how they work and suggesting improvements. Thank you for all your help!
Ray was great, helping me to understand database relationships while I grapple with the complexity of getting my Figma and Bravo design to talk to Xano. Highly recommended.
I cannot recommend Ray enough. He is more expensive than some of the other mentors I have worked with, but I think he winds up being a lot cheaper. He grasps what I am trying to do very quickly. He is able to understand my spaghetti code quickly (I am a new programmer). And he provides multiple suggestions with pros and cons, along with fantastic explanations.
Ray not only helps me find solutions, but instead of racing to the answer (and don't worry he is a quick problem solver), he demonstrates why things work and what variables hold what. His explanations mean I am also growing as a developer. Highly recommended!
High level teacher. Ray gave me an overview of the way I was approaching my project and kept me from reinventing the wheel. So much better than someone just doing what I said and wasting my time and money. Ray knows shortcuts, pay attention.
I wasted hours (30'ish), trying to solve an image upload challenge. Ray not only new what to look for, what to ask, but also did some scouting on the SaaS provider I was connecting to Xano. He knew what to do, how to do it, and answered all, ALL, my questions.
Simple and based on time you actually use
Experienced Customer Success Professional
Senior Developer and Fractional CTO
20 Year Founder, CTO and teacher
Helping a hardware-based series A startup enable their pre-orders. They had design and implementation: what they needed was functionality and integration.
We bill on based on the minutes of our time you actually use. Almost all of our engagements are mostly online with you. Sometimes we do some homework or setup on your behalf, but this has always been less than half of the engagement.
At the end of the call you will receive an invoice by email based on the time used. You can pay that online using card or ACH.
If you decide we are not helping you in the first 15 minutes, call it and we will waive the cost of the call. Our interest is in helping you make progress.
Our experience runs deep, and our customers have spoken repeatedly about our service and skill. Still not sure? Let's Chat!
The time for billing starts at the appointed time or when we connect, in the case of an ad-hoc call.
At the conclusion of our call, either the end of the Zoom or whichever mechanism we use. Your bill will include that start and stop time.
It depends! We try to be very efficient with your time, but some problems take more time and iterations to figure out. We pride ourselves on getting to the root of the hard problems and helping you to a solution that saves tim, increases revenues - or both! All that said, our longest engagement was about 25 billable hours and our shortest was 5 minutes.
We do this one session at a time. If you need to reschedule or cancel with at least a day's notice, you can do that with the link provided at the time you book the appointment. If you schedule a slot then cancel the day of a scheduled session, you will be responsible for that one session cost - like a "chair fee" at the doctor or dentist.