Learn more about the services offered by ComputerSims:
Custom software development for web sites, databases, and complex applications, using modern programming techniques, industry standards, and generally accepted best practices
Tap into our years of expertise in designing, developing, supporting, and managing software and services for all areas of your business.
Explore our collection of web-based services, focused on online multiplayer and community-based gaming.
At ComputerSims, we have guidelines for all development projects. It doesn't matter if you're looking for a simple five-page web site or a complex system to manage thousands of documents – the process is the same, because all jobs—small or large—deserve the same professional treatment.
Our Development Process
- Design with a focus on the end-user.
- Develop maintainable software that is unit-tested and well-documented.
- Implement solutions that don't break what's not broken.
- Measure the success of each project by setting clear objectives and tracking them.
Our team of developers and designers are well-versed in all modern technologies and programming techniques, including:
- Web Technologies: HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, RSS
- Web Programming: Microsoft .Net Framework (C#, VB.Net, ASP.Net), PHP
- Database Management: Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL
- Web Server Platforms: Internet Information Services, Apache
- Operating Systems: Windows, Linux
- Open Source: Castle Project (ActiveRecord, MonoRail, NVelocity), NHibernate, Wilson O/R Mapper, Lucene, log4net, NLog, memcached, Prototype/Scriptaculous, etc.
- Design Patterns: Model-View-Controller, Inversion of Control, Object-Relational Mapping, etc.
Have custom development needs? That's what we're here for—contact us today.
It’s one thing to need a solution. It’s another thing to figure out what that solution should be.
Not sure what your business needs to get to the next level? Struggling with technology solutions that don't seem to solve your problem? We can help you determine what your business needs – and put you on the path to getting it. It takes years of experience and expertise in many different areas to provide business consulting in the technology and information management fields—experience that we have and expertise that we take pride in.
To find out more about how our technology consulting services can help streamline your technology services and maximize your return on investment, contact us today.
In addition to our contracted web development and consulting services, ComputerSims designs, develops, and operates numerous web sites and online services. Our current online services include:
CSFBL (Computer Simulated Fantasy Baseball League)
CSFBL™, the Computer Simulated Fantasy Baseball League™, is a web-based baseball management simulation, where you get the opportunity to own and manage your own baseball franchise, taking on the role of general manager and field manager. Online since April 2000, CSFBL has had tens of thousands of players and has simulated millions of baseball games. Combining a solid, well-balanced game with a strong community, it has become one of the most popular and respected multiplayer baseball simulation games on the market.
Free; registration required to play.
ComputerSims has a strategic partnership with RestaurantReservations.com, an up and coming online dining guide and reservation system that helps connect restaurants to new and existing customers. Restaurant Reservations not only replaces pen and paper at the host stand but also connects Restaurants with the ability to advertise and promote events at their establishment with ease.
Free for patrons; low-cost fee for restaurants.
ProxyBuster.net (discontinued, December 2013)
ProxyBuster.net, a service to permit file downloads through firewalls, proxy servers, and other web security systems, has "busted" hundreds of thousands of megabytes of files for users. Can’t download a file through your Internet connection? Try it through ProxyBuster!
Free; registration required.
EQ2Craft (discontinued, June 2009)
EQ2Craft is an information resource for players of the massive multiplayer role-playing game, EverQuest II. Launched in December 2004, it has been a leading source of detailed game information for thousands of gamers, and was spotlighted in the March 2007 Community Spotlight on EQ2Players.com, the official web site of EverQuest II.
Free; registration optional.
AOChub (discontinued, February 2009)
AOChub is an information resource for players of the massive multiplayer role-playing game, Age of Conan. Launched in June 2008, it provides a community-driven database of in-game items. With a simple user interface and a powerful search engine, it gives gamers easy access to a massive amount of information.
Free; registration optional.