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Send email to: Cereus Design Corp.
Rates: $75/hr to $125/hr
Services provided as a Company with 2 java people
Cereus Design Corp. Attn: Michael Lehman 1199 Forest Ave. Suite 264 Pacific Grove, CA 93950
e-mail: email@example.com phone : 408-626-3016 (voice/fax)
Multimedia Tool/Application Development Compiler / Tool Development Music / MIDI Development Client / Server Design and Development Cross-Platform Native Development (Win/Mac)
Off-site product development On-site (SF bay area) consulting/prod. dev.
MS Windows Mac
25 years experience (our primary developer) Consulting/Contracting for 17 of those years. Former Director of R&D at Digital Research Have developed retail (shrink-wrapped) products from scratch (MaxiPlan, Digital Research C, Pascal/MT+, Foundation) Have contributed to many retail products including MS Works for Macintosh Clients include: Apple, Atari, Commodore, Symantec, Borland, Microsoft, Warner New Media, Tandy, NCR.
Windows (since version 1.0) (incl. 95 & NT) Mac (since 1984) DOS (since 1981) CP/M (since 1977) Device Driver Development (since 1972) Unix (since 1979) IBM Mainframe (since 1971)
C (since 1979) (Unix, DOS, Mac) C++ (since 1990) (Borland, MS, Unix, Mac) Pascal (since 1978) Assembler (many machines) since 1969 We have developed compilers for many languages including C and Pascal. We have also developed many special purpose languages and compilers for clients.
Visual C++ Borland C++ Visual Basic (since 1.0) incl. v4 HyperCard SuperCard Foundation (multimedia authoring sys for Amiga) Director Authorware VtoolsD
IBM mainframes PDP-11 minis PDP-8 minis 8-bit S-100 based systems IBM PC/XT/AT/386/486/Pentium Mac (Classic,Plus,II,Centris,Quadra,Power PC)
OS/360/370/3090, etc. since 1969 CP/M since 1977 DOS since 1981 Mac since 1984 Unix since 1979
Windows 95 and NT Symantec Cafe Borland C++ v5 w/Java Visual C++ Visual Basic 3 and 4 Access MS SQL Server Netscape Navigator Corel CD Creator
PC-clones (486 and Pentium) Mac (Quadra 650 and Power PC)
Java, like any other language, will survive on its merrits as a functional tool. When/If we can address the security questions (to allow persistance on the client) for both Intra and Internet usage we will have a tool which might just make a quantum step upward in cross- platform development.