BigBinary has been working with Ruby on Rails for 10+ years. We were early adopters of Ruby on Rails after we saw how much more we could get done in a week with Rails, compared to other technologies.
As we worked more and more with Ruby on Rails, our passion for Ruby on Rails grew. We started understanding how Ruby on Rails actually works. Since Ruby on Rails is open source, we started contributing bug fixes and slowly graduated to implementing new features in Rails.
Over the years, we have made tons of contributions to Ruby on Rails code. BigBinary team members are constantly sending pull requests, reviewing pull requests and giving back to the community.
When Ruby or Rails adds a new feature, we study the pullrequests and commits to go beyond the headlines. This gives usa better understanding of how the whole thing works. So far, using thisprocess we have published more than 230 blog posts.
BigBinary has been a huge asset for Gumroad. They've helped us ship features we wouldn't have been able to otherwise. If you’re looking for a ruby/rails-focused dev shop, they have my full endorsement!
When looking for Rails and React developers, we discovered BigBinary from their open source contributions to Ruby on Rails. They have delivered consistently strong work for the past 2 years and we consider them part of our team.
Working with BigBinary has been a game-changer! BigBinary team brought technical leadership with a strong emphasis on creating business value. We have built a long term partnership that it now feels like they are simply an extension of our internal team.
As a tech company, you depend on solid engineering expertise with trust and confidence. The BigBinary team are not only very knowledgeable and come up with innovative solutions, but more importantly, are responsible and reliable.
We have worked with BigBinary for over five years. BigBinary team is a pleasure to work with. Besides strategic advice they bring insights and ideas about product strategy and direction that we highly value.
Some of our projects are small, like building a functional prototype in four weeks, and in some projects we are still part of the development team more than three years after the initial engagement. Some applications need to be HIPAA compliant and some applications deal with multiple payment processors.
In addition to contributing to open source projects, we observe how projects are managed there and we try to run our projects using the same principles of asynchronous communication and open discussion.