Building better software

We forge customizable solutions using Agile methodologies and our mastery of Elixir, Ruby and other open source technologies

Two heads are better than one

Binary Noggin is a team of software engineers and architects creating customizable solutions through our mastery of Elixir, Phoenix, Nerves, Ruby on Rails and other open source technologies. 

How may we help you?

Binary Noggin serves as a trusted extension of your team. Our software engineers are thoughtful mentors committed to helping your company succeed through collaboration.

Custom Software Engineering

IoT Software Development

Project Rescue

Agile Consulting

Training & Consulting

Custom Software Development

Our team of experienced developers work with you to build solutions that make a real difference to your business.

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IoT Software Development

Our full stack developers have the experience you need to transform shared visions into sustainable realities.

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Project Rescue

Two heads are better than one. We provide an in-depth analysis and partner with your team to get you back on track.

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Agile Consulting

Our engineers and architects collaborate with your team to help  you create a sustainable product. We provide regular updates and deliveries so you can take advantage of new features early and often.

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Training & Consulting

We’ll show you the secrets to TDD/BDD, software architecture and other development practices. Our customizable training can take your team beyond technology.

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“Amos is as much a part of the success of the client that he’s working with as someone who works full-time on the team. He puts his time and effort and thought into providing the correct solution, not just one that will get deadlines delivered.”

Ben Wheat, Toyota Connected

“Having someone be able to give ideas of how to manage our big, complicated system in a way that could be coded up in an understandable way was helpful.”

Frank Hunleth, SmartRent

“Binary Noggin embeds themselves within the team, mentoring that team, helping elevate the skill level and competencies of everyone around them.”

Cameron Kurth, Toyota Connected

“Amos helped with everything from deployments to bug fixing production issues—you name it, he jumped right in and helped.”

Frank Kumro, ActiveProspect

“Binary Noggin upgraded our infrastructure, and then they helped us prepare for our most critical process by using our tools and our data to help drive changes in our technology infrastructure to make us bigger, better and faster for our national challenge.”

Jim Mason, KnowInk

Blogs

Raw Websockets in Phoenix

At Binary Noggin, we frequently use Phoenix Channels to build applications. Although Phoenix Channels are cool, they aren't always needed when integrating with clients. Sometimes a raw websocket connection is all you need to get real-time communication up and running....

Raw Websockets in Phoenix

Raw Websockets in Phoenix

At Binary Noggin, we frequently use Phoenix Channels to build applications. Although Phoenix Channels are cool, they aren't always needed...

Raw Websockets in Phoenix

At Binary Noggin, we frequently use Phoenix Channels to build applications. Although Phoenix Channels are cool, they aren't always needed when integrating with clients. Sometimes a raw websocket connection is all you need to get real-time communication up and running....

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4 Tips for Adapting to Failure

Guess what? Everyone you know is, to some extent, a failure. Even people you admire or who have achieved massive success have failed at something. Successful people succeed because they’ve likely failed more than those who admire them. More importantly, though,...

7 Tips for Retro Facilitators

“The most important requirement for running a retro is believing that everyone did the best they could with the information they had.” - Amos King I’ve spent the last several months learning how to facilitate team retrospectives. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, a...

7 Tips for Retro Facilitators

“The most important requirement for running a retro is believing that everyone did the best they could with the information they had.” - Amos King I’ve spent the last several months learning how to facilitate team retrospectives. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, a...

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