Most offshore developers were trained in 'Outsourcer Culture' which devalues innovation in favor of ‘Labor-Arbitrage Behavior,‘ suffering from a severe shortage of experienced mentors from the West.
We used a variety of offshore developers to build our two startups (Five9, DoctorBase) and over the years we built a framework for closing the performance gap between offshore developers and Valley engineers.
In 2016 we moved from SF to Eastern Europe to teach everything we knew about building engaging software that makes founders successful.
We offer both cash + equity and pure cash payment options. We wlll likely ask to do some due diligence upon the former option and reserve the right to decline any project.
We've started a NASDAQ traded company (ticker: FIVN) and a startup sold in an all-cash deal in a hyper-competitive vertical where our less successful competitors raised 30x more than us (DoctorBase). We've also been paid advisors to UpWork (IPO), RingCentral (IPO), Qualys (IPO), LGC Wireless (acquired), and investors in several Y-Combinator companies including Rappi (raised $1B+ from SoftBank and Sequoia).
JetBridge CEO's tips for young software developers
Two startups, two exits. All started with outsourcing and outstaffing.
JetBridge's CEO talks about his first startup on TechCrunch.
A streamed lecture providing an introduction to calculating computational complexity.
JetBridge's CEO discussed why his team moved to Ukraine on Forbes.
JetBridge co-founder's article about Serverless Python API Development.
Competing against startups who had raised $9M and $30M, no one believed we could beat them. Except us.
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