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Homepage URL http://www.objectmania.com/
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We are located in the beautiful Oley Valley in rural Pennsylvania. For directions see http://www.objectmania.com/contact.jsp ObjectMania! Consulting, Inc. 450 Main St. Oley, Pa. 19547
We can be contacted by phone at: 610-987-8000 or by email at email@example.com
Java 1.1, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and Micro Edition (J2ME) C++ and C Markup Languages (including JSP, XML, WML, WAP, HTML, etc.) Highly distributed system architectures Wireless Applications Palm OS native applications and Web Clipping Applications (WCA) IBM WebSphere, ATG Dynamo, and Apache/Tomcat Web application servers RDBMS (including Oracle, DB2, mySQL, MS Access, etc.) Instrument-based test systems for high-frequency communications IC's IEEE and other industry-standard communication protocols Formal Human-Computer Interaction (Usability) techniques for design New and Legacy Operational Support Systems (OSS) for the Telecom Industry
As primarily a project-based consulting firm, we develop proposals for projects ranging from a couple of days to several months. While some projects continue on longer, we typically try to keep the milestones (deliverables) on a shorter period to reduce risk and achieve a high success rate with our projects. We prepare a very thorough proposal for any projects under consideration at no cost.
UNIX (Solaris, AIX, Linux) Windows (2000, NT)
As stated above, we prepare a very thorough proposal for any projects under consideration at no cost. Today's economy just emphasizes the importance of understanding the complete project scope in order to accurately estimate the ROI for the project. In our proposal, we detail the objectives, technical approach, project milestones, project management strategy, and pricing. With the increased complexity of integration required in the middleware, our design and development methodologies follow closely with the Rational Unified Process, including visual design modeling in Rational Rose. For a list of our clients, see http://www.objectmania.com/clients.jsp
ObjectMania provides a managed software development team of consultants with experience in object-oriented software development and telecom systems integration on a per-project basis. Our consultants have 12-15 years of experience in mission-critical object-oriented systems development utilizing the specialties listed above.
Specializing in Java technologies, including - Java 1.1 - Java 2 Enterprise Edition - Java 2 Micro Edition - Java Server Pages along with C, C++ experience in both enterprise and embedded systems. Scripting languages include Javascipt, Perl, PHP, Tcl/Tk, Unix shell
Rational Enterprise Tools (Rose, UML, etc...) Forte for Java, Forte for Java CE IBM Websphere Studio CodeWarrior for Palm CVS JUnit
Intel Platforms (multiple OSes) Sun Sparc/UltraSparc Archtecture IBM P-Series (p640, p660, p680, p690) Palm Platform (III - M500 series)
RedHat Linux (5.x - present) Sun Solaris (1.x - present) IBM AIX (5.1) Windows (2000, NT) Palm OS (3.x - present) Windows CE
Our system integration experience also includes new and legacy Operational Support Systems (OSS) for the Telecommunications Industry such as Granite, BayLogics, TIRKS, PICS, DCPR and others. In addition, we have strong experience in LAN design and implementation. We produce Web-enabled applications that deliver sophisticated functionality inside and outside the office using wireless handheld and laptop computers. By employing best practices and continuously verifying quality, we will work with your team or client to standardize development processes and automate areas of the lifecycle engineering process.
http://java.sun.com/ http://dmoz.org/ http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/
We believe that Java will continue to be the predominent player in Enterprise Integration and Web Services for the the forseeable future. Java will also continue to make inroads in the wireless and embedded device markets.