We’re happy to discuss how we may be able to help you with your software development needs. Our backgrounds encompass a wide variety of technologies, and we take pride in keeping pace with current software development best practices.

  • iOS and Android application development, including custom apps for your business distributed outside the public App Store
  • Ruby and Ruby on Rails
  • Kernel and driver development on Linux and Solaris
  • Network server programming with Berkeley sockets (IPv4/IPv6, TCP and UDP)
  • C and C++

Additionally, we partner with other companies to provide graphic design and HTML coding services.

Contact us to discuss your project.

Some of Our Recent Work

Table37, LLC

Table37 is a full-featured iPad-based restaurant management system. We built an iPad app for use inside the restaurant, iPhone and Android apps for diners to easily make reservations, and a Rails-based website to tie everything together. Restaurants can also embed reservation widgets on their own website and Facebook pages.

Cue You, Ltd.

Cue You is a messaging system designed to maintain the independence of the elderly and developmentally disabled. We built the scheduling website used by the caregivers and the iPhone app used by those they love.

Yahoo! ConnectedTV

Yahoo! wanted a simple-to-use library to build apps on iOS that could talk to their ConnectedTV platform. We developed the library based on their Android edition, tailored to the style of Cocoa, and demonstrated its capabilities by building a fully-featured remote control app for both the iPhone and iPad.

Abercrombie & Fitch

We worked with Abercrombie & Fitch’s in-house design team to develop iPhone apps for their primary A&F brand and Hollister, and shipped several seasonal updates. These apps feature an almost 100% custom interface, but use many standard Cocoa controls to retain an iOS native feel.

Acacia Tree Software

Prior to introducing the iOS edition of SousChef, Acacia wanted to build a new back-end API to replace an aging Perl codebase. We built the new one on Rails, using the existing legacy schema, combined with Sphinx for extremely fast full-text search.