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Ever had your mind numbed by inane time intensive, repetitive tasks that you wish you could automate or perhaps you’ve been in the middle of a large project and wished you had a tool that would facilitate the job at hand. Maybe it’s just that you haven’t been able to find the off-the-shelf package that’s got all the functions you require…

Code Blast have over 25 years of software development experience. All the utilities and tools we produce are developed in C, C# or Visual Basic and are fully tested. We can’t give you a brand new version of Office, but we could probably come close… It doesn’t matter what industry it’s for, as long as we have a full specification and feature list, we’ll do the rest…

C Programming Language

The C programming language is one of the most commonly used programming languages in the world. It was created between 1969 and 1973 by Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson. The UNIX operating system and most of the Windows and Apple operating systems are written in C along with most PC, Playstation and Wii games. It was promoted as a cross platform development language which means that a C program that was created for one platform will work on another platform with minimal modification. An example of this is that a game written on the PC could be "ported" to the Playstation and Wii without having to rewrite the whole game code and logic.

C# Programming Language

The design goals for C# were as a general purpose object orientated programming language. C# is based on C and was created by Microsoft in 2000. It is now in it's fifth iteration and is used by many organisations world wide especially banks and trading companies. It can be used for either straightforward application development or for web development and is, as C is, very portable.

Assembly Language

Assembly language is a computer's native language and is generally used when a program has to perform as fast as it possibly can such as for complex computational tasks or highly intensive graphic applications. All high level languages such as C, C#, VB and many others all get converted into assembly language when they are compiled. The main assembly languages still in operation are 6502, 68000, 8086 and ARM.

Consultants at Code Blast has over 25 years of development experience in C, C#, Visual Basic and a host of other languages. Whatever project you have in mind, big or small, we can help you realise your application objectives.

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