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About Rockstar Coders

Rockstar Coders is a digital agency specializing in custom software solutions.

We have spent years running our own projects (many 10,000+ hours). We have placed talent at more than 150 companies. We have done staffing and hiring in just about every way and in almost every technology. As a result, we are better than anyone else at turning your specific needs—features, schedule, budget, etc.—into plans that actually get your projects done.

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Companies Where We've Placed Talent


David Fischer

An experienced technology entrepreneur and tech recruiting expert, David founded his first company as a junior in college. In addition to building and selling two internet startups, David has spent over fifteen years building technology companies and has led teams placing more than 250 developers with over 100 companies, ranging from startups to some of the world’s leading brands. An All-New England rugby player in college, David is actively involved with the national and international rugby community. He currently lives in New Haven with his wife, Elizabeth, and their four children. He holds a B.A. with distinction in Computer Science and Economics from Yale University.

Matt Neuroth

Matt has been working in the tech industry for over a decade—having started while a student at Northwestern University—and has extensive experience in recruiting tech teams custom application development, and digital marketing. In addition to his duties with Rockstar Coders, Matt leads our sister company, GoodFolk, a full-service digital agency where he runs 10,000-hour-plus development and design projects. Outside of work, Matt is an avid guitarist, songwriter, and singer with numerous CDs and national tours to his credit. A Hamden, CT native, Matt lives in Chicago with his wife, son, and two noisy cats.

Nathan Kontny

Two time Y Combinator alum with Inkling (acquired by Cultivate Labs) and Draft. Previously, CEO of Highrise, the CRM spin-off from Basecamp, Nathan started his professional software career in 1999 with Accenture. Nathan is a full-stack developer with Rails as his go-to hammer, having started using the framework when it was still version 0.12. Wingman to his wife and four year old, he can't spend enough time with them. Nathan's writing has been featured in Forbes, the Huffington Post, and Fast Company, and you can follow his work on Medium or YouTube.