Langr Software Solution Colorado Springs, Colorado

Langr Software Solutions

Delight your customers and software delivery teams

At Langr Software Solutions, we bring passion to our coaching, consulting, and training so we can focus it on helping you deliver higher quality software sooner. We'll help you succeed and rediscover some of that passion too.

Software coach
Software Coach

Software coaching is team building. Hire us to coach your software development teams from within, as an embedded technical coach. We'll help them learn to work well together, self-correct, and deliver the quality software that your business demands. You'll love having teams that delight your customers and management. More »

Distributed team coach

Effective remote work means finding the right people for your teams, deploying proven software development philosophies, and helping your teams cohere. Hire us to help you create a distributed and sustainable software development strategy. More »

Distributed teams
courses, training, and consulting
Training courses

Invest in your team members by bringing their skills up-to-date. Through our courses, training, and follow-on coaching, we'll help them learn how to create and sustain high code quality systems. Call us now to discuss how we can craft classes and a training plan that's right for your teams. We can deliver our training on your schedule, for the length of time you need, and at your preferred location, whether on-site or remote. More »

Outsourced development

Our outsourced software development capabilities complement your ability to build and deliver scaleable, robust enterprise software with appropriate levels of maintainable tests. We can work side-by-side with your team, completely outsourced, or some combination thereof. Hire us to help you deliver quality software on time and to your specifications. More »

Outsourced software development

Our efforts are led by Jeff Langr—recognized software development author, 40-year veteran developer, PragProg technical advisory board member, and hands-on coach. Jeff and his network of partners will customize a development and delivery solution for your needs.

Success emanates from capable, cohesive, and energized teams. We'll teach your teams the skills they need to build concise, clear, and correct code. We'll also coach them through streamlining the way they build software, eliminating a large chunk of the waste that slows down most teams.

Our software training and coaching can help your teams, no matter whether they are geographically distributed or co-located. We'll also help you improve your remote development efforts with techniques that will delight your developers and increase quality.

Our outsourced software development services can help improve your capacity to deliver build scaleable, robust, and well-tested enterprise software.

You can also find a large and growing amount of helpful resources on this site, including articles, books, blogs, and code bases.


The AADV (AI-Assisted Development with Verification) workshop is live! After a successful beta session, I’ve launched a couple workshop sessions to occur next week–Thursday May 30 and Friday May 31.

May 30 full-day session, 9am - 4pm US MDT: Reserve an AADV seat ($385 + EventBrite fee)

May 31 full-day session, 9am - 4pm US EDT: Reserve an AADV seat ($385 + EventBrite fee)

(posted May 23, 2024)

In the works: A workshop on verifiable, AI-driven development (VAID, for now). It incorporates some elements of a test-driven development process, but includes a few key “secrets” (that aren’t terribly hard to figure out on your own). You’ll definitely speed up your development with VAID, and you’ll have the opportunity to experience how.

Contact me if interested (use the contact link on the bottom of the page), either in helping shape the initial class (late April?) or in one of the (remote or on-site) workshops starting in June.

(posted Mar 22, 2024)
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Jeff Langr has written five books on software development, and contributed to two best-selling books—Clean Code and Clean Agile—by Robert C. Martin.

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