We use software consulting to power positive change
For 16 years, we've built our software development consultancy around three small words and one big idea: tech done right. To us, it means more than clean code and sound design. It means doing right by our partners, by our peers and by our community.
Writing the book on Rails — a few, actually
We're consistently impressed with the way our own Noel Rappin solves problems. His ideas on testing and payments are pushing the industry forward, and fortunately he's generous with his knowledge, publishing multiple books, hosting workshops and speaking wherever Rails conferences take him.
Teaching everyone how to jumpstart career development
Our team is the most important thing — the more fulfilled they are, the better all of our products are. So we invest heavily in career development, sending our people to conferences all over the world and supporting them as they donate time to the causes they care about most. To keep track of it all, we adopted a simple process, one we've turned into a game anyone can use.
Solving the big questions in tech by bringing leaders together
Our podcast gives us an opportunity to kickstart conversations on processes, languages and tools with leaders across all fields. But it also gives us a chance to go deeper, discussing diversity, government and all the ways tech bleeds into the real world and makes Tech Done Right so important.
Creating spaces for people to grow
We're constantly pushing businesses to adopt better practices. At least twice a year, we gather people in our industry to trade ideas at Ops Conf and WalkShop. And almost monthly, we bring people from all backgrounds to our Chicago office for design thinking and tech-driven events.
This is why our partners labeled us the best software company in Chicago
“Table XI's research will allow us to reduce development time and ultimately create a better product for our customers.”
User research lead at Discover
We are the experts for the experts
Industry leaders call on Table XI for our insight
“We thoroughly vet each new technology before we decide whether it’s right for our clients.”
“Every new employee who joins the firm does a Pechakucha style presentation about themselves.”
“I didn’t get into technology because I thought it would be a great career, I got into it because I was curious. “
“There’s a concern in the industry: What do we do with all these people that clearly need more help and don’t have the opportunity to get it?”