Hi, I'm Lance Ennen a Software Entrepreneur
advising clients from startups to Fortune 100 companies on how to launch and scale web and mobile apps with my application development company Web & Mobile Software based out of Miami & Naples, Florida.Contact Me
Miami Software DevelopersJuly 17, 2019
Code ReviewsMay 13, 2013
Team Velocity - Creating and Accomplishing MilestonesApril 06, 2013
I've developed web and mobile apps for some of the most respected companies in the world like United Airlines, Camping World Good Sam, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, LexisNexis, Sears Holdings Corporation, and Leapfrog Online.
I've single handily helped launch startups like Drive Automation, Payroc, Factor 75, and Raise as the first software engineer. Additionally, I've worked with these startups Cloud Logistics (acquired by E2open), Health Hero, Bridj, Yello, and ReachMD .
I've helped launch startups and worked with Fortune 100 corporations remotely since 2011. Before 2011, I operated my business inside Obtiva (acquired by Groupon) August of 2011. I believe in as much face-to-face time as possible. I'm typically working remotely. You can contact me here to schedule a time to talk.
I’m a tech evangelist, new media enthusiast, and longtime Apple fanboy. I’m enthusiastic, resourceful, driven, love a good challenge, and excel at new opportunities. I like to live on the edge, push the envelope and experience it all! More about me here.
Founder & CEO
Web & Mobile Software is a leading software company that makes Web, Mobile, VR, AR, and any other devices you come across.
About My Work
I follow Agile principles, making customers happy through the early and continuous delivery of software. I anticipate and welcome changing requirements. I meet with clients weekly and when working with a team, having daily stand-ups and code reviews. I help my team reflect on how to be more productive and collaborative remotely. Using TDD (Test Drive Development) and BDD (Behavior Driven Development) for optimal architecture is fundamental.
I'm a full stack engineer focused on Web and Mobile applications. Currently, I'm interested in web applications utilizing React, and Mobile applications utilizing React-Native. I favor GraphQL over multiple endpoints for an API, etc. GraphQL has a ton of benefits. I drive out user stories using Behavior Driven Development and Test Driven Development and tools like Jest, which helps documentation and removes tedious QA. I'm launching new companies and moving existing companies to Serverless. If you are looking for any of these technologies, please contact me here.
I embrace an Agile software development methodology that emphasizes teamwork, pair programming, communication, anticipating and embracing change, and the frequent and fast delivery of working software. I mainly use Git for source code repositories but have used Mercurial and Subversion on client projects.
For hosting web and mobile apps, I'm pushing all clients to serverless, if possible? I typically recommend Amazon Web Services, although I've worked with Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.
Serverless on Amazon Web Services is brilliant with Amplify. Quickly create an Appsync (GraphQL) backend or API-Gateway endpoints with CRUD setup using DynamoDB. Lately, I'm building React-Native apps with Amplify to simplify backend development. Amplify is excellent for deploying React web apps to s3 and CloudFront also, very cheap for my clients 🤑!
Serverless allows my clients to scale as their web and mobile application do. Saving them time and money on unneeded Dev-Ops work, and allowing me to quickly generating backend functionality.
I work quickly and have undying respect for deadlines and budgets. I can engineer an application from scratch or revamp an existing web or mobile app. I can work on location alongside your team or remotely from my office in Miami & Naples, FL.
I've helped some very successful technology startups that now have millions in funding and large engineering teams. I've observed a lot of startups that have failed too. I like consulting for large corporations to solve big problems or work with an entrepreneur to launch game-changing startups as the first engineer.