About Our Team
We have experience implementing solutions for Fortune 500 companies. We believe Enterprise Mobile applications should have an intuitive and pleasing user interface. Most importantly, we believe and stay true to delivering solutions that our customers want and need.
Our executive team has experience in traditional and agile software development methodologies technologies, product management, enterprise architecture and delivering solutions on-time and on-budget. Backed with a rock solid team of developers and infrastructure experts, spanning from Objective C, Java, C#, X++ to PHP, Single Coil is ready to assist and deliver solutions for your business.
Founded in 2010, Single Coil Inc. is headquartered out of Portland, Oregon.
Andreas brings over ten years of IT and Software Development experience to Single Coil. His past engagements include working as an independent consultant, software engineer, professional hockey player, and ERP consultant implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX at small-to-medium size businesses. Andreas has his B.S. in Computer Science from Drexel University and holds an MBA from Portland State University. Andreas also has his Java Developer Certification, Microsoft Dynamics AX Developer Certifications and is Scrum Master Certified. On his free time you can find Andreas woodworking, mountaineering or sitting in with is guitar on an open mic session.
Dustin is our technical genius who figures out how to create incredible technology solutions that take into account client requirements. Dustin holds a Masters in Computer and Information Science from University of Oregon and MBA from Portland State University. He brings over eleven years of development experience from prior work such as at Sage Software, makers of construction, real estate and accounting software packages. The best amateur zymurgist you could meet, Dustin is always eager to trade recipes or samples of his latest beer, cider or mead.
Recent Blog Entries
Adding a youtube video to an iPhone or iPad should be easy–and it is! The most difficult part in finding how to do this is sorting through the search results to find what is the current recommended approach and what has been deprecated. Searching for “embed youtube in iOS app” may lead you to this page which starts with a warning that the information is out-of-date but also points you to this page which contains the information you want but is a bit TL; DR.