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"Having Cory come in during our initial development phase for our new app was proven to be a very valuable decision. He pointed us toward restructuring our app in a way that we would have never thought to do. He cut unnecessary packages that we were very keen on using, but ultimately, were not necessary. Cory's expertise was not only in the domain of React, but also Webpack, which allowed us to refine our development and build processes. He has helped build a solid foundation that will be used across future app development at VideoAmp."
"Cory took the time to methodically walk through the key decisions we needed to make to create a reusable React development environment for our team. He paired with our development team to implement a custom solution that suited our unique needs and preferences. With Cory's help, we were able to accelerate our transition to React using a solid foundation for bundling, testing, transpiling, automated builds, and more."
"Cory helped us design our app around a strong seed application. This is the sort of thing that we would do on our own, but in such a way that would need re-writing, i.e. learning by doing. Creating a solid structure, core, ui, theme, and starter, and being highly opinionated allowed us to consistently make decisions that benefit current AND future developers. Cory helped us design a project will "keep the easy problems from becoming hard problems"-- a key goal of our team. Cory's wisdom around Redux was a well-needed point of view, because we lacked the experience to know that we didn't need it for many situations. Opting out of Redux-by-default, where we would have also probably overused it, will save us a lot of time, headache, and will make the system easier to learn and work with."