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Digital transformation, cloud-native, 12-factor… over the last decade we’ve been on the leading edge of these and many other trends, all while staying true to our enduring principles:
Good engineering and design demands thoughtful tradeoffs. We pride ourselves in being able to articulate the pros and cons of tough decisions, and make smart recommendations in the best interests of our clients. We know that the Perfect is often the enemy of the Good. There are always several viable options when building software, and someone who tells you otherwise is simply selling you the solution that they want to build (or the only one they know).
While we would be building software even if it weren’t our job, it is our job, and we take it very seriously. We have a duty to build the best software we can for our clients and their users. At the same time, professional integrity requires that we acknowledge that the software we write can always be better. We’re not afraid to face software defects and challenges head-on and buckle down to solve the tough problems.
We build software because we love it. Doing what you love for a living is wonderful, and we don’t take it for granted. Being passionate about what we do means we put our heart into it. We come with some strong opinions, but being professional and practical means that our passion motivates us. It never distracts from what we want most: a successful outcome.
We’re glad that software engineering and design isn’t merely about pretty pictures and algorithms on a whiteboard. The products we build run real businesses and serve real users. We like it that way, because, while we can be pretty geeky, we actually like people, so we want to build useful software that makes them happy. Just as we write code for developers to read, we build software for users to experience, because, in the end, it’s not about computers—it’s about people.
Even though great code and elegant design have a certain beauty, we know the difference between art and engineering. Good engineering and design has to be repeatable, and that means following a defined and disciplined process. Building software is hard, because it’s at the interface between human designers, engineers and sophisticated technology, and we’re continually working to make that process better. While process is an important enabler of our goals, it’s never the goal in itself.
Nick Kishfy CEO
“The team we have at MojoTech is the absolute best I have ever worked with, and I’ve worked with exceptional teams in my career. I learned what it takes to build serious software as a systems engineer helping lead two venture-backed startups to successful exits prior to founding MojoTech. I’m driven to provide our clients with a level of execution they never thought possible, while providing an environment for Mojos to continuously raise the bar.”
Chris Shoemaker CTO
“MojoTech is the realization of my own aspirations to build world-class software using best practices. Externally, we make bold claims, but internally, we back them up by quietly and confidently delivering above and beyond our clients’ expectations. As CTO, I set the standard for engineering rigor by demanding constant improvement and curating the environment and tools for engineers to do their best work.”
Duncan Shaw President
“There has never been a more exciting time to be in our business — helping progressive enterprises and ambitious new companies recognize meaningful results from their innovation efforts. It takes the alignment of people, process and technology to deliver powerful answers to hard problems. My job and motivation is to ensure that the construct of our teams and our clients’ goals are perfectly in sync.”
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Founder & CEO
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Partner & CTO
Chief Enthusiasm Officer Emeritus
Co-founder, Chairdog Emeritus