Waraporn Searight has been breaking the apps we build since 2012. On purpose. And we’re glad she does because we’d rather have an app break before we release it.
When Waraporn isn’t trying to find weak spots in our software she enjoys cooking, photography, hiking, sea kayaking, travel and birding.
She’s also quite possibly the only person in the North American FileMaker community who can pilot a Thai long-tail boat.
We try to take nothing for granted when we’re gathering information, whether it’s to understand a single workflow or an entire process.
Before we develop a single feature we document why it’s needed and engineer our approach on how to address it.
New customers are often surprised when we advise them to address something in a way that we make no money on.
From the user experience to the way we write code our philosophy is to never make anything more complicated than it has to be.
We wouldn’t be very good at building apps that make our customers work more efficiently if we didn’t do it ourselves.
We use software project management tools to ensure that our projects run smoothly and are well documented.
We do all development and testing on our own servers before releasing anything to our customers’ production servers to maximize quality control.