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Jordan Hewitt

Portland-Based Professional Software, Web, and Tech Expert

Jordan Hewitt with Damn Good Tech - More than a Software Developer

My name's Jordan. I'm a relationship-driven software developer who strives to create joy, fun, and freedom in peoples' lives.

I work with small and medium sized businesses to build products, improve technology, and transform the their business from being average to being phenominal.

In addition to being in technology for well over 10 years, I've also written (and acted in) plays and music. I'm an avid hiker and photographer, and explore ways that art, philosophy, and humanity relate to each other in order to serve people better.

I'm on this earth to serve people professionally in many areas besides tech. In fact, I incorporate technology into many facets of my business and products.

Let me lead your team, your business, or you (personally) into a season of growth and abundance.

🛡️ Top-Rated Full Stack Developer on UpWork

I provide technical expertise to ambitious businesses that want to do something big. I bring more than a decade of experience to the table to empower your business to not only succed, but thrive.

I help create a development workflow to lessen the demand for repetitive, manual tasks while also creating the actual software product your customers are looking for.

In short, I'm here for your success.

Find out more about my services under Software Services

Once you're ready to schedule a call, send me an email at jordan@damngood.tech or hire me on UpWork, or Schedule a consultation

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Latest Tech Articles

Guest Article on Substack
February 20, 2024
Big Idea: Solid Architecture to Overcome The Glaringly Bad AI Privacy Issues

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The Unseen Deployment Puzzle: Why Heroku Won’t Deploy When Config Variables Are Involved

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December 07, 2023
AI Weather Prediction Pipeline: From User Message to Accurate Forecast

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December 04, 2023
How to be a Django Form Mixologist

You’ve undoubtedly come across the Mixin pattern in Python: it allows for easy inheritance and a DRY method for code. However, the clean…Continue reading on Medium »

November 27, 2023
How to Use AI Intelligently in Your Organization

Avoid shiny object syndrome ✨ while still setting the curve 📈. Your team and customers will thank you. 🙏Continue reading on Medium »

November 14, 2023
How to Hire a Tech Lead To Handle Your Next (or Current) Software Project

No matter your technical background, it’s easy to hire a qualified tech lead for your project. Whether it’s an app that you want to create or a website maintained, coming prepared for your initial consultation is important for your teams’ success. Here are some things to consider to make the most of your teams’ time.Know What You Want and Why You Want ItThis might sound obvious, but it’s incredibl...

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Want to Maximize your Profits on Open Source Products? Gain Insight with OpenSauced

I did come across a project someone just dropped 🫳🏻🎤 on the LeadDeveloper’s Slack the other week that I think would be beneficial for organizations that have an open source project. In this article, I took the product for a little spin.Photo by Martin Neuhold on UnsplashMore Profits? With Open Source?This world runs on money. Open source doesn’t mean free. It’s 2023 — get with the program.But the ...