Our mission is to leverage our love of the chase to provide clients with subject matter experts that are unmatched in their ability to solve problems and design complex, heterogeneous systems, and to harness our passion for code to provide clients with elegant and creative software development solutions. Solutions that more than satisfy the acceptance criteria. Solutions that more than pass all the unit tests. Solutions that can be re-used, re-purposed, re-factored, and yes, even re-swizzled.
We have been working with IBM WebSphere Portal since it's first major release, 4.0. That's a lot of releases. From theme and portlet development to deployments, training, and administration, we can help you do portal soup-to-nuts.
As experts in this space, we have been pushing the envelope with "WCM" since it's debut in the IBM WebSphere Portal 5.1 release. If it's in the box, we know how to use it. If it's not in the box, it's outside the box. And that's our favorite flavor.
We knew this product when it was still in the lab...We were there. From servlets to login filters, from TAIs to CURs, from JACL to Jython, we know how to make this product tick.
Though relatively new to the IBM WebSphere family, we have already spent a lot of time together. With its blazing fast startup times and hot-loading dynamic configuration, Liberty is fast becoming one of our faves. We have already put it to good use as a first-class member of a continuous integration development pipeline and as a speedy, lightweight production Web container!
Another relative newcomer to the IBM portfolio, the IBM Mobile First Platform is no stranger to us. We recently used it to build a hybrid application that serves as a companion to a WCM .com site. By reusing the existing WCM data to populate a JSONStore we were able to leverage almost exactly the same markup and styles to create a fully offline hybrid application in almost no time at all.
On-prem or in the IBM Cloud, we not only install it, service it, and customize it, but we also use it to collaborate day-to-day. We were also pioneers in the use of Social Rendering and the Digital Data Connector to integrate social data (and other data) into IBM WebSphere Portal sites.
Prefer the LAMP stack? We've got you covered. We have been working with Linux, Apache, MySQL, and their 3 "P" friends since 1994. Specializing in PHP and MySQL, we know how to build rock-solid, lightning fast, secure, and scalable web applications. From digital image proofing to finding tires for your 1983 vintage European sports car, we've done some pretty cool stuff with this platform.
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Scott has been working in the software development industry since 1998. After graduating with honors from the Computer Science program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Scott joined IBM where he spent the first 12 years of his career. While at IBM, Scott worked as a C++ and Java™ software engineer on various products including IBM VisualAge Generator and IBM WebSphere Transcoding Publisher, and worked as a J2EE/Web Developer on IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager. In 2005, Scott began his consulting career as a founding member of the IBM SEAL team — a lab-based services group of IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager subject matter experts that solve particularly perplexing problems and are often called in as a "last line of defense" (aka "Obi-wan Kenobi your our only hope" situations). Scott instantly fell in love with the fast-paced, often high-stakes software services world and felt like it was a perfect fit for his passion for coding, hankering for tough challenges, and ability to communicate, teach, and mentor others. During this time, Scott also helped pioneer the integration of the Aptrix Web Content Manager product with IBM WebSphere Portal. In mid-2006, Scott was asked to help lead the development of IBM WebSphere Portal Express 6.0. After a successful launch in late 2006, Scott returned to the SEAL team as the resident IBM Web Content Manager expert. In 2010, Scott joined Asponte Technology, Inc. as the Chief Technical Officer and Lead Engineer. In 2014, Scott launched Terescode, LLC. Terescode, LLC is a software development services firm that helps clients deliver elegant and innovative multi-channel digital experiences and specializes in the IBM WebSphere and LAMP platforms.