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The following list describes the expertise of our company's engineering groups. These groups can be engaged on an as-needed basis for small tasks, or a number of different resources can be pooled together for a more diversified software development project. The entire management and R&D teams' capabilities are able to analyze, help, and solve any software or IT challenge your company has.
The technical experience includes:
A) People Skills:
1. R&D Management skills.
2. Excellent communications skills with customers and project managers in your company -- our staff is fluent in English.
3. Project specification skills.
4. Sub-tasks definition and allocation-to-developer skills.
5. Building new code ground-up expertise.
6. Thorough experience in taking existing source code developed by other developers (or by your engineers) and fixing bugs, adding more features, porting them, releasing new versions, etc.
7. Full Q&A expertise to test and provide details on a tight cycle to an R&D team in your company during or at the end of your product release.
8. The capability of receiving an overall product strategy from you, then move forward to define the details and produce the final code.
9. Laying out projects on project management charts for you to review.
10. High-level expectations from all developers to document their code, while they develop it.
11. Teams include Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrators (MCSA).
B) Technology Skills:
1. All our developers are highly fluent in Visual C and C++ and many other languages.
2. Microsoft Visual Studio, J+ Studio, and other Java development environments.
3. Full know-how in ASP, JSP and PHP development.
4. WebSphere environment and development.
5. Microsoft .Net (1.1, 2.0 and 3.0) development.
6. Client/server technologies and development of client/server solutions and programs.
7. Web-based applications development.
8. Portal and site development, enhancement, servicing, and re-deployment.
9. Legacy software and system integration or development.
10. Pocket PC technology.
11. Windows CE development.
12. Palm, Palm OS, Visor, Handspring, and other PDA development.
13. Communications software-related development.
14. Assembler (and many other languages depending on the specific developer).
15. Embedded Software, Chip level, and Assembler level programming.
16. Test and Measurement related Development.
17. Signal analysis, Fourier transform FFT, filtering, signal reconstructing, CDMA/FDMA, vector analyzer and Channel transmission related hardware/software programming.
18. Fat software model development.
19. Thin client-distributed architecture development.
20. Web-related technologies.
21. Server-specific technologies.
22. ASP (Active Server Page), JSP (Java) and PHP know-how, design, and development.
23. Browser requirements and WWW Consortium HTML 5 and up-based architecture and requirements.
24. HTML, XML, and XSL development skills.
25. Dynamic HTML, Cascading Stylesheets, and advanced Web-based architecture skills.
26. Know-how of differences between IE and Netscape/AOL browsers and corresponding programming.
27. Content management development, knowledgeable with Interwoven, and other similar technologies.
28. Thorough know-how of NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Unix, Linux, Solaris, and other servers and server development.
29. Oracle, MS SQL Server, MySQL database programming use, and related programming.
30. Developing conversion filters for Raster or Vector graphics and other text or rich document types.
31. Encryption, Crypto, and security algorithms skills -- RSA, Diffie Hellman, DES, and others.
32. Graphics generation, rendering, implementation, and other expertise.
33. Object-oriented development on source code level or on an implemented user interface program-level for usability.
34. Instant Messaging technologies.
35. Voice and Sound compression and utilization.
36. Voice and sound DLLs, ACM (Audio Compression Management), and CODEC utilities.
37. Conference and collaboration programming skills.
C) Our R&D teams:
1. Besides its development centers offshore, the company has a US office based in Massachusetts. The offices collaborate and communicate continuously with various collaboration and communications technologies.
2. The Massachusetts office maintains management and project interface functions with US and Canadian customers.
3. Our company is a Microsoft MSDN partner.
4. Teams include Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCP) and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrators (MCSA).
The R&D groups have full Q&A teams, graphic artists, a documentation team for user guides and online help, other documentation, and other staff necessary to start and deliver high-quality IT programs and services. Home