We will vet your ideas, assess technical feasibility and lay out a roadmap to launch the best initial version of your product.
The faster you determine product-market fit, the more time and money you'll save in getting your business off the ground.
We use modern technologies to build a robust product that's ready to scale. We're fans of Ruby on Rails, Python, React.js and Postgres.
Working product is delivered early and often to rapidly iterate based on your feedback. After launch, we provide ongoing support or transition to your long term team.
What differentiates industry-leading products today is not the underlying technology, but delightful and engaging user experiences.
With our breadth of experience, eye for design and partnerships with the best UI and UX professionals in the biz, you're in great hands.
Owner + Principal Consultant
Tony lives in Northern Virginia and has been developing software since 1998. He has worked with companies of all sizes including early stage startups, non-profits, government agencies and large online businesses.
Tony discovered the Ruby programming language during a graduate course at George Washington University. After tinkering with early versions of the Ruby on Rails framework, he was hooked on using it to bring product ideas to life.
While working for government and defense contractors in the Washington D.C. area, Tony consulted with various startups. Of note was 33needs, a crowdfunding site for socially concious entrepreneurs that launched with major coverage from online publications.
Looking for a change of pace, Tony set out to join an early stage startup. He became the founding engineer at TroopSwap, an e-commerce site for the military. TroopSwap eventually became ID.me, an online identity verfication service with millions of users.
Having learned many lessons from scaling and running the product and engineering team at ID.me, Tony decided to set out on his own to help other small companies achieve their ambitious business goals. 29FX was born (again).