The alarm rings on your mobile - turn it off then open the weather app to check the forecast. Read your emails on the bus, post something funny to Facebook or Twitter then relax for 15 minutes with a game or some music. Grab a coffee, pay with your phone then head into work. Fire up your calendar to check today's meetings then finish off that presentation before lunch. Go online, order those new trainers and check the news headlines. Email the invoices to your clients then head for home. Time to relax. Read an e-book or watch a video on your tablet then time for bed.
Software rules our modern world, both at work and at play. At Digital Scrawl we recognise that software really is everywhere and that while you may have an idea you may not have the skills to make it a reality. We can help. We have experience of developing all sorts of bespoke software solutions from customer web sites to desktop applications, mobile apps to social media. Whatever your business is software undoubtedly has a role to play and if you have limited skills in this area then why not let us do the heavy lifting for you. Get in touch and see how we can help bring your software to the world.
Si wrote his first computer program on a ZX Spectrum in his early teens. The rubber keyboard wasn't enough to put him off, and he went on to graduate with a BSc (Hons) & MSc in Computer Science from Edinburgh University in 1997. With 16 years in the software industry, Si has a wealth of experience to draw on, from front end UI design to middleware to server-side components. In his spare time, Si can usually be found on a bike, on a snowboard or playing on his guitar. Si's latest challenge was an 1100 mile charity bike ride in May.
Graham graduated with a BEng in Software Engineering in the year 2000 and since then he has worked in software development for some of the worlds largest technology and finance organisations. He has experience of working in agile development teams and has worked with many of the well known application development frameworks and APIs, both open source and proprietary. When not drumming away on the keyboard programming Graham likes to charge down the side of a mountain on his mountain bike or spend time chilling out with his family.
Graeme is an honours degree graduate in Computer Science from Strathclyde University and 16 years software development experience in the Financial Services sector, specialising in Java and web-based applications. An avid technology enthusiast, Graeme is particularly interested in mobile computing - everything from laptops to tablets and phones.
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