Event-driven programming for graphical systems and real-time environments
Procedural programming for background tasks, utility functions, and legacy systems

We have provided programming services in the following areas:

  • Insurance Industry – Front-end data validation and pre-processing; special-purpose utilities to import, transfer, translate, edit, export, sort, and manipulate data
  • US Navy – Department of Defense systems and applications
  • Retail Industry – Point-of-sale data collection, sales analysis, and reporting
  • Website Development – Data entry applets and forms processing,  e-commerce
  • Intranet Development – Company policies and procedures, knowledge-base data retrieval
  • File System Utilities - Data routing and normalization


Below are expandable descriptions of a few of the modern programming languages we use and support.  For other languages, please see our legacy programming page.

Originally developed by Bell Laboratories, C is one of the most compact and efficient programming languages. It is also the most widely available language, running on virtually every hardware platform, processor and operating system. C++ is an object-oriented extention of the C language, which adds structure and program integrity to applications. Most modern operating systems are largely written in C/C++.
Java is a portable, object-oriented programming language that runs on virtually any operating system and hardware platform. It was developed to be small and efficient, while being highly portable. For this reason it can be found in many “embedded” applications, such as cellular telephones and appliances. Small Java programs, known as Applets, can be embedded within web pages to provide true programming capabilities to web sites.
JavaScript is primarily used to enhance processing of html on the world-wide web.