What we do
We have over 30 years of software engineering experience, specialising in the following key areas:
This sounds like we're good at everything. We're not, but we'd be wasting a lot of your time if we told everything we are good at. There's been a lot of good and dumb engineering over the last 30 years, and we've seen most of it.
We're small, with extensive experience in both in traditional SDLC, Agile and Lean methodologies, and we work with you closely on your outcomes and desires.
Our philosophy is to create beautiful products by incorporating good technical and user experience design; and to create productive and passionate engineering teams, drawing upon modern advances in team building and the software engineering mindset.
Our principle, Richard Bennett, was one of videoblogging's initial innovators, and is a long time notable Apple software developer and reverse engineering specialist. He wrote his first of many commercial software products in 1980 at age 14, after he'd taught himself assembly language; has written several programming languages and operating systems; and is a long time advocate of and specialist in human interface and experience design. He ran the first XP (Extreme Programming) project in Australia, and co-authored the multiple award winning Sytadel CMS, currently running the ACCC's Intranet and web sites, and AIHW's METeOR Metadata Repository amongst others. His personal blog can be found at www.kashum.com.