Archive for September, 2009

September 17, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

Want free stuff?

Do you dig free stuff? Especially when that free stuff can make your development life a bit easier?

If so, follow us on Twitter! In just a couple of weeks, we’ll start giving out a free license to one of our products every week. When we tweet “Who wants stuff?” we’ll pick a winner from anyone that replies within 24 hours with “I DO!”

Easy enough! So follow us, and get free swag!

Also, we’ll be announcing some new ventures on Twitter shortly. Going to be a big couple of months coming up.

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September 14, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

In search of…

CyphersTECH Consulting is seeking new contracts. If you have a software idea, need some UI work, help with some code, or just about anything else – let us know! Having just finished two large contracts, we’re ready to take on your project.

Our fair prices and excellent work will have you coming back, time and again.

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September 7, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

A weekend with C#

I’ve spent the majority of my time this weekend learning the finer points of design in C#, and I have to say that I’m quite impressed.
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September 4, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

In the big guys’ store

We just finished adding our products to the REAL Software third-party store. Now you can buy your custom class goodness when you renew your license. Don’t just sit there, go check it out. There’s all kinds of good stuff in the store.

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September 2, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

Envied Design.net is now CyphersTECH Consulting

Johnson City, TN USA(08/26/2009) – Envied Design.net is now CyphersTECH Consulting.

Envied Design.net has now officially been closed down, and has become CyphersTECH Consulting. The Envied Design.net domain and email addresses will continue to work for a few months. Customers should update their address books and bookmarks as soon as possible.

“We’ve been looking in to doing more consulting for quite some time. Lately it’s become possible to handle these jobs” commented Anthony G. Cyphers. “Although we’re still building and selling REALbasic classes, we want to diversify. As such, we didn’t think Envied Design.net was the best flag to be waving as we move forward. We all feel great about the change, and hope our customers will continue to support us in the future under our new name.”

CyphersTECH Consulting now offers the following additional services:
– REALbasic custom UI development
– Cross-platform application development in REALbasic
– Visual Basic.NET custom UI/mobile development
– Website/Identity Design and Development
– and more.

Please see our website for more details.

http://www.cypherstech.com/

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September 2, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

Product Documentation

Tonight we finished moving over the product documentation for the old knowledge base. It’s now available via the Products page.

If you have any questions/comments/corrections on the documentation, please use the email form in our contact section.

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September 2, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

Another Project Complete

As of this morning at 7:15AM, we have completed a project for an International client(whom I don’t have permission to mention here, yet). Several large companies have purchased our software in the past, but this is the first big international corporation to contract us for development.

We’re very pleased with the outcome and look forward to working with this client again, as well as many others.

If you or your company need UI components designed/developed, get in touch with us today.

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September 1, 2009   Posted by: Anthony G. Cyphers

Don’t Steal my Mobile

In my home, we have no shortage of mobile devices. I personally have a MacBook Pro, and an iPod Touch, while my wife has a nice shiny new netbook and an older Compaq laptop. Given where we live, I’m always a bit concerned about break ins and so forth. Especially considering my neighbor’s home was broken in to three times in six months. Of course we have ADT on all the windows and doors with motion sensors, but for something like a laptop the thief could break in, grab the device, and be gone before police ever get there. So, how do we remedy that, other taking a drug cocktail designed by a physician to curb paranoia?
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