“Without requirements or design, programming is the art of adding bugs to an empty text file.”
Writing software is an art form, but it is also a science.
We build stable, well documented systems while planning for scalability and ease of maintenance.
We enjoy working in object oriented, logically organized, strongly typed languages.
Why Object Oriented?
Because everything we see around us is made of objects, and it’s an easy concept for our human brain(s) to work with.
Why Logically Organized?
Because chaos irritates us, and it’s easier to write documentation if the language paradigm makes sense structurally.
Why Strongly Typed?
We find it easier to work with, debug, and write using variables that are categorized rather than just labeled.
Work examples available upon request.