HI, WE’RE COGENT.

We work with founders and teams to turn great ideas into
thriving digital businesses.

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We’re glad you found us.

You’re probably here because you’re looking for great people to help build your product. We do that, and a whole lot more.

Whether you’re a startup founder or part of a team trying to shake things up, we can help get your idea off the ground and grow it into a successful digital product that your users love.

Let’s get started.

How we work

We’re open, honest and friendly – first we’ll get to know you, then we’ll decide on our approach together. We’ve spent the last ten years figuring out how to build better digital products, quicker. You’ll benefit from our lean approach – we’re big believers in taking action rather than writing up lengthy documentation, so you can solve your problems sooner.

Who we work with

We work with a pretty diverse mix of clients across clean energy, healthcare, education – you name it. Whether you’re a startup founder, part of an innovation team or somewhere in between, we’re here to help you solve big crunchy problems and help get your ideas off the ground faster.
Who We Work With - Cogent

Work at Cogent

As part of the Cogent team, you’ll be valued for your individuality and treated with openness, warmth and respect.

Transparency, evolution and meaning underpin everything we do. Wellbeing is also a big part of our culture.

If you share these values and are passionate about collaborating to create great products, we’d love to chat.

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On the Blog

Data Engineering Principles

I’ve recently joined Cogent as a Lead Developer and before that, I worked on Data related systems as a Data Engineer and as an Architect. I’d like to bring some of the knowledge and experience from these domains to the Cogent community and so I thought that cross posting this article (that also appears on my personal blog), would be a good way to start.

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Hooks Tests Acting Up

A co-worker and I were writing tests for a hook we’d created and we kept running the same warning. So we decided to dig a little deeper and work out what was really going on. What resulted was a wild ride through the inner workings of hooks, testing utilities, and how asynchronous events are handled in JavaScript. If you’re curious too, then keep reading.

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