Avoiding outsourced shops and mercenary engineers?G2i engineers are vetted. And 100% dedicated from first commit to last deployment.
Engineer with an MBA in Management Information Systems and over five years of experience working in Silicon Valley. Takes great pride in seamlessly and professionally integrating with my clientele, understanding their business KPIs, and delivering timely, data-driven results.
Victor possesses extensive experience in Node.js, including maintaining existing applications, developing from scratch, and implementing server-side solutions. His expertise in Node.js equips him for back-end development tasks and building efficient and scalable applications.
Their extensive screening and testing process ensured that any Developers who came onboard were skilled and had the right experience to get up to speed quickly and provide quality work."
Get a QA engineer who thrives in short-term roles with long-term impact. Onboard in days, not weeks.
Secure resources despite a hiring freeze. Hire a contractor now, offer permanent employment later.
Spin up a full team or have us fill in the gaps—from front-end to QA, and every specialist in between
Avoid fraudulent freelancers with bank-level identity verification and AI-resistant technical assessments
Cut through the noise and focus on the right people with a handpicked shortlist and Recommended Profiles
Expand your engineering to 150+ countries without adding complexity, compliance or paperwork
G2i ensures your IP is secure and that all Work Product is covered by our Errors and Omissions Insurance policy
We tried to cover your burning questions but if we've missed something, drop us a note.
A QA engineer is like a software detective. They test software applications to find bugs, errors, and ensure they work properly. They use different techniques, like running tests and simulating user actions, to catch issues before the software reaches users. Their goal is to make sure the software is reliable, user-friendly, and meets the expected quality standards.
You should hire a QA engineer when your software development efforts reach a stage where testing becomes crucial for ensuring quality. They ensure quality by identifying and fixing bugs, validating requirements, and performing thorough testing.
Employ a QA engineer when you begin software development to establish quality practices, mitigate risks, and deliver reliable and user-friendly products. Their involvement throughout the development cycle will save time and resources while enhancing customer satisfaction.
You can certainly find candidates on sites like Upwork and Fiverr or work through staffing agencies. However you'll still need to spend significant time screening, conducting technical assessments, and interviewing candidates over a few weeks.
G2i can speed up the hiring process and make sure you only speak to vetted and pre-qualified developers. We've honed our sourcing, vetting and technical assessment process over several years with the goal of accelerating time to value for our customers. As a result, most hiring managers are empowered to hire G2i developers based on their technical profile and one round of interviews.
G2i is a marketplace where developers set their own rates. We add our fee on top and present clients with a single, all-inclusive hourly fee to keep things simple.
Majority of our customers pay in the range of $60-140 per hour. Rates will vary depending on your geographic requirements and desired level of experience. Developers tend to make adjustments based on project scope, contract duration and market demand for QA engineers. Project duration vary based on your app's complexity.
We believe that fair compensation leads to healthy and productive developers. So we will never ask developers to drop their rate unnecessarily. Instead, we share relevant marketplace data with our community so they can set rates that support their financial goals and enable their lifestyle.
No, this would be counterintuitive to our mission of connecting developers with great companies. Come meet our developers, no deposits. Just pay when you hire.
We offer a 40-hour trial period to help mitigate the risk. If a developer doesn't meet your standards during the trial period, we won't charge you. We'll also find a replacement to ensure your project is completed with minimal disruption.
A few factors can affect the process length, but generally it takes four to seven days to start working with your developer once you've selected the right person.
We believe the best way to communicate is openly and often. Our developers are flexible and will adopt to your team's style. Treat them like your own and have them join your stand ups. Don't forget to add them to your messaging and PM apps!