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Homepage URL http://www.perigon.com
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Perigon Systems 206 Hamilton Avenue Mountain View, CA 94043
email: email@example.com phone: 415 390 8476
We enjoy the challenge of helping diverse businesses harness the Internet and World Wide Web to enhance their competitiveness. We find that this area of consulting allows us the greatest opportunity to leverage our skills in the definition of the requirements and the architecture of complex systems, our ability to manage cross functional teams (graphic designers, programmers, writers), and our ability to code like banshees.
Most comfortable working with Unix based web and RDBMS servers, with browser clients running on arbitrary platforms.
We have completed too many projects to list here. The best example of our java programming is an intranet rolodex application we created for Computer Curriculum Corporation. Please check the bottom of our site's welcome page (@ www.perigon.com) to view this app.
Founder has over 12 years of professional experience developing applications and core systems software, and 2 years experience managing diverse client projects for a rapidly growing software consulting company.
PC's, Unix boxes
Windows 3.1, Windows NT, Windows 95 (UI and PC installation programming) UNIX (Solaris, AIX, LINUX, various others) 0S 9 (embedded systems environment) Vax VMS (many moons ago)
PhotoShop Net Objects Fusion Visual J++/C++ Macromedia Multimedia Suite Director Extreme3D X-res Sound Forge
Java applications will dominate the corporate desktop within the next three years. Microsoft Windows based bloatware's hold on this market will shrink as users come to realize the advantages of a network based application distribution model over labor intensive PC/Lan approaches. Java's ability to penetrate the corporate desktop market hinges primarily on the ability of the major OS platform vendors to get their virtual machine implementations right (fix memory leaks, improve performance, etc.), and to a lesser extent on the availability of development tools that enable the development of applications that work identically across all platforms.