InRhythm is a high-growth, New York based, technology consulting firm focused on high velocity software development through lean UX, software engineering and agile delivery services. We’ve helped over 100 teams launch over 50 products for leading companies in financial services, education, consumer and media industries. Our high energy, passionate team of A+ thought leaders go above and beyond to help clients such as American Express, Goldman Sachs, Equinox, Weight Watchers, Amplify and XO Group accelerate their product delivery. We've grown over 300% year over year from our customer referrals, been listed in the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list for 3 consecutive years and ranked 44 in the Symmetry 50 Fastest Growing Businesses in NYC list. Our explosive growth has been fueled by our commitment to continually deliver at the highest quality quickly, expand our knowledge and skills - all while having tons of fun.

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4.0
TypePrivate
HQNew York, US
Founded2002
Size (employees)118 (est)+2%
Websiteinrhythm.com
InRhythm was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at InRhythm

Henry Janssen

Henry Janssen

VP of Talent Acquisition
Sina Jazayeri

Sina Jazayeri

Sr. Director of Software Engineering
Joe Cahill

Joe Cahill

Sr. Director of UX Design
John Singh

John Singh

Director of Test Engineering
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InRhythm Office Locations

InRhythm has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
1700 494 8th Ave
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2002
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InRhythm Blogs

5 Toxic Pull Request Reviewer Personas

Pull Request (PR) reviews are a critical aspect of collective code ownership. PR reviews reveal to your coworkers, your problem solving methods, thought process and coding style. Pull Requests also give your teammates insight into the problem you’ve been tackling and potentially visibility into a pa…

How to Comment on a Pull Request

Since Pull Requests are so important, and it’s easy to make unhelpful comments, how do you make a good Pull Request comment and what does one look like? It’s important to remember that as a reviewer, you are in a position of power. Usually that means the power to accept or decline the Pull Request. …

How to Write a Good Pull Request

Pull Requests are the backbone of open source software development. They allow contributions by anyone, from anywhere. PRs are also a vital form of communication, even within a localized development team working on proprietary software. What makes a good Pull Request? Let’s break it down into 4 rule…

The Year in Tech 🎊: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

Happy 2019! Coming off a tremendously successful year for InRhythm, we’re looking back at what defined the year in tech and what’s coming in the future. I’d like to celebrate all our consultants, who have continued to impress our clients with their vision and leadership and made 2018 great. 2018 was…

Automation—It Just Works 🔁: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

When you pull that phone out of your pocket and open an app InRhythm designers and engineers have built, you’ll like it or love it, but you might not think about the thousands of hours of work that went into it. Like other major engineering and design companies, InRhythm is constantly refining its p…

Building Command-line Tools: Bash Edition

Bash is my go-to language for building quick command-line tools, but it is also amazing at building extendable tools for wrapping software. A command-line tool with fully documented tags can make your software/code more user-friendly, and that gets your repo cloned. It’s no coincidence that Bash was…
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InRhythm Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was InRhythm founded?

    InRhythm was founded in 2002.

  • Who are InRhythm key executives?

    InRhythm's key executives are Henry Janssen, Sina Jazayeri and Joe Cahill.

  • How many employees does InRhythm have?

    InRhythm has 118 employees.

  • Who are InRhythm competitors?

    Competitors of InRhythm include Codeinwp, Adeva and Monstar Lab.

  • Where is InRhythm headquarters?

    InRhythm headquarters is located at 1700 494 8th Ave, New York.

  • Where are InRhythm offices?

    InRhythm has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does InRhythm have?

    InRhythm has 1 office.