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Starting with a tiny staff, some seed money from a wealthy and mysterious benefactor, and the best intentions, Transitionpoint was born during the startup explosion of 2000. Based in beautiful and historic downtown Charlottesvile, Virginia, we solved problems for large game companies, small local businesses, famous universities, and enthusiastic entrepreneurs. We used ColdFusion and Java, usually hosted on our own Cobalt servers.
A move across the mountain to Harrisonburg, Virginia, and new opportunities and challenges pushed our fledgling company out of the nest and on a solo journey for John Paul.
After spending time moving between home and coffee shops, it was time to get a real office. Transitionpoint becomes a partner in Thurston Enterprises and builds out over 3000 square feet of downtown office space overlooking our courthouse square. Located above a building housing a coffee shop, a beer and wine store, and brewpub, we couldn't be happier about our new digs!
After years of building web applications with ColdFusion, we fell in love with Rails, eloped, and have been happy ever since. After a chance dinner date with DHH and Dave Thomas at OSCON the night before the release of the first edition of the AWDR book we tried it out and things have never been the same.
A startup project led to an extended residency in New York where we became and continue to be part of the NYC tech scene. As our Amtrak miles and frequent stay points rack up, we've helped numerous startups with the initial products, sites, and scaling.
We work really well with others and have good relationships with a wide range of top-quality developers in the US, Latin America, and Europe.