We utilize standard components and methods to ensure consistent, reusable code.
J2EE (EJB, JSP, Servlets, HTML, HTTP, SSL, RMI, JNDI), JSTL, Struts, JAAS, JAXP, RPC, JMS, JDBC, JTA, CORBA, J2ME, JNI, Swing, Applets, Java 2D/3D, TopLink, HttpUnit, Ant, MVC, J2EE blueprints
XSLT, XSD, DOM, XPath, FOP, XMLSpy, SOAP, UDDI, XML-RPC, Xerces, Xalan, MSXML
Weblogic 8.1 Portal / WLI, Websphere 5.x, Jboss, Tomcat, Apache, MQSeries
C/C++ design principles, Borland C++/Builder, MSVC++, MFC, VB, DCOM, MSMQ
Oracle, DB2, MS SQL Server, Sybase, Domino, Access, MySql, PostGres
HP-UX, Solaris, Linux, Windows 2000/NT/98/95, WinCE, Palm OS, AIX, OS/400, Novell, VAX/VMS
SSL, VPN, DES, SiteMinder, digital signatures (DSA, X509), HIPAA, CFR 21 Part 11, LDAP, Firewalls
Eclipse, Websphere Studio, Weblogic Workshop, ArgoUML, Drools, Jess, SQL Navigator, ERWin, Visio, Rational Rose, TestDirector, WinRunner, JBuilder, Forte, Together/J, Visual Age, Visual Café, OptimizeIt, MS Visual Studio, Delphi, CodeWarrior, WML, HTTP, CGI, TCP/IP, RS-232, CVS, PVCS, RCS, ODBC
Design Patterns, RUP, XP, object-oriented analysis, UML, component architecture, dependency management, code refactoring, code reuse, function-point analysis, automated unit/functional testing, database design/tuning, algorithms, Sarbanes Oxley, messaging, performance profiling, composite applications
Some of these production-quality tools are open-source, that is,
there are no licensing fees. They are reliable, powerful, and widely-used.
All of them share common, open standards that ensure portability
to different vendors. Your software can be easily expanded to different
servers or databases as your system grows.
Our systems are developed using tried-and-true architectures that
allow easy extension and modification of your system. Your investment
will last for as long as you need it.