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Recently Completed Projects
FINA Swimming World Cup '05
In the weeks preceeding the 11th - 13th Nov, 2005, we had the pleasure of developing the software which powered the electronic scoreboard that was used during the FINA Swimming World Cup, held in our very own city of Durban, South Africa. A worldwide audience, and a brigade of foreign FINA officials keeping a careful eye on the event, meant there was no margin for error. Our huge commitment to the project pushed us to spend endless hours testing and debugging the system, and resulted in a terrific success with our application.  
In addition, we provided on-site technical support for the duration of the event, at the King's Park Aquatic Centre.

Mozzie - It's cool to go by cab!
http://mozzie.derosion.com [online]
Durban's No.1 cab service came to Derosion looking for an online presence that would be useful to interested visitors. That meant online booking, weather reports, even a lost & found facility. All were delivered promptly, and the website is just about ready to launch at mozzie.co.za.

http://www.wiredcraft.com [online]
We built this website for the Telkom-sponsored Ucingo project. African women craft beautiful wire art pieces; we make it easy for people like you to buy them. Empowering rural community dwellers with a zest for life and a willingness to work? That sounds good to us.

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Wednesday, January 7th, 2009
Jono Raw Happy and Prosperous New Year
by Jono Raw
posted @ 3:59 pm

We here at Derosion would like to wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year.

Now that the holidays are over its business as usual here at the Derosion Code Lab. If you are looking to freshen up your website for 2009 contact us for a free no obligation quote.

Jono Raw

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006
Mark-Shamus McCahey To Our North American Friends
by Mark-Shamus McCahey
posted @ 12:11 pm

Friday, November 10th, 2006
Mark-Shamus McCahey Down Under
by Mark-Shamus McCahey
posted @ 5:48 am

Moved to Auckland, New Zealand this week. Nope, I never knew it was happening either! The jump from +2 GMT (no daylight savings) to +12 GMT (with daylight savings) is not a little one, so let the jet lag begin...

Circling to land made a huge impression on me. Saw perfectly clear blue-green sea with coral reefs plainly visible from above, with islands scattered here and there. Landing in solid concrete London a day or two before was no comparison at all.

Setting up the new office now. Revitalized from a couple days of laying back in planes and airports reading some very good books (Kayosaki and Trump). Not too much hardware was fried in the trip, so after a little Monday shopping will be back in action. That's Sunday to you. Kia ora!

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