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  • in-house
  • Sr. Engineer x 2
  • Solutions Architect
  • Project Manager
  • Product Developer
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  • UX Designer
    Full Access
  • CTO
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  • $45,000
    per mo.

    per mo.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a minimum contract length?

Since we engage our engineers long-term, we typically require a 6 month minimum term on new teams, however please reach out and we can assess whether your specific project is a good fit.

Can I have more than 2 engineers?

Yes! You can have as many engineers as you feel you need. However, if you have a single large project, we may advise you to keep a single Solutions Architect & Project Manager over the whole team.

Can I have a single engineer? (e.g A half-team)

Typically, no. However, feel free to contact us about your specific project needs, as occasionally, we do make exceptions.

How fast can my team get started?

Our teams are generally productive within one week upon receiving your signed agreement. The only exception to this is in very large teams, where resource allocation takes longer.

Can you build a team that matches my tech stack?

Yes. With decades of experience in Enterprise stacks ranging from Java to GoLang, we can definitely design your team to work well with almost any existing tech stack.

Can a Take2 team work alongside my existing delivery team?

Absolutely. Medium-to-long term (6+ mo) team augmentation is a very common use case for our teams. Our clients frequently team augment with 2-6 engineers.

Do your teams provide documentation of their code?

It's up to you. How your team spends their engineering time is entirely dependent on the goals you communicate withy our Solutions Architect and Team Lead. If you would prefer to deliver robust documentation alongside your code, the team will act accordingly. If documentation is less important to you than quick delivery, the team can keep docs lighter.

How do teams control quality?

Although it varies from team to team, techniques we use to ensure code and product quality include 100% reviewed commits, automated test suites with continuous integration, production-like staging environments for clients, and "proof-of-work" requirements on all code commits. Your teams engineers are prohibited from committing code that hasn't been reviewed and proof of function validated.