If you’ve ever hired a web developer in the past, you know how hard it can be to find one who’s reliable — someone who knows how to take a problem and solve it! And even if you find the right talent, you soon discover that they don’t understand you and your business. And without an understanding of both your business and the core problems you’re trying to solve, the risk that your project will fail skyrockets.
Tom is an extremely nice chap, possesses fantastic communication skills and the work he did for us was of a very high standard.
Would I work with him again? Well, I tried to get him to join us permanently, so I think that speaks for itself!
Pete Cheyne, Chief Technology Officer, Performance Horizon Group
What if you hired a seasoned web developer who was not only trustworthy and reliable, but knows that you don’t just want code written... But that you need to make a positive return on your investment? That you want to make your business better off than it is today?
What if this person learned about your business, got to the root of why you’re looking for a developer, and applied their knowledge of the web to solve this problem? What if you could hire an ally, a partner, and not just a hired gun?
My name is Thomas Buck, and I’m a web developer. But I’m also a business owner. I’ve built my company and reputation on trust, hard work, and results. I want to learn about you, your company, and what you want tomorrow to look like for your business. Together, we’ll put together a plan of action that realizes that tomorrow, divided into specific milestones.
Tom dealt with an insane client, and a code base produced from the bowels of hell, and still produced great code, maintained an upbeat attitude, worked well with the team and indulged the delusions of a mad client.
He was one of the only touchstones to reality in a project of madness.
Sang Park, Partner, Igicom
"I have one goal: To produce a significant return-on-investment for you and your business." Thomas Buck
I want to make sure you get the best possible partner imaginable. For the majority of clients I talk to, I think I'm that guy. But there are a few types of projects that don't always mesh with my process:
I contacted Tom in Feb 2012, just needing to improve GroupTweet's system reliably. Since then, GroupTweet's dramatically increased in size and scale, and we've added some new and innovative features.
I'm really happy that we're still working with Tom!
Ryan Craft, Founder, GroupTweet
I can turn my hand to most internet technologies. For a rough guide, here's a quick list of the basics I work with, day-to-day: