Ayrmer Software

Ayrmer Software's expertise lies in our ability to interpret your business requirements and provide a bespoke software solution that meets your needs. Our approach is uncommon within Small to Medium sized Enterprises (SME) environment. We approach your software projects in much the same way an architect would; you wouldn't build a house without an architect's input, so why build your solution without a specification that includes well formed outcomes?
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Perl Regular Expression Cheatsheet – Jason L. Froebe – Tech tips and How Tos for Fellow Techies

Git Cheat Sheet. Chuleta para Git

Git Cheat Sheet Overview Branch & Merge When you first setup Git, set up your user name and email address so your first commits record them properly. Working with Git branches and the stash.name "My Name" git config --global

Really interesting article about how long it takes to build an #app: ... would require approximately 18 wks (4.5 mths) to build  #MobileApp

How Long Does It Take to Develop a Mobile App?

Really interesting article about how long it takes to build an #app: ... would require approximately 18 wks (4.5 mths) to build #MobileApp

We are celebrating #15years of making complex tasks simple this Sunday, 1st October 2017 enormously #proud of what we have achieved, but are nothing without our clients #thankyou 👏  #bespokesoftware #softwaredevelopment #webdevelopment

Why you need an software architect; the building project analogy

By now you will have now all heard about the new #GDPR regulations that come in to force next May that replace the Data Protection Act 1998, even if you don't understand the impact it has on your business. We've written this article in the first instance to help our clients understand the changes in the regulations, but we're sure businesses similar to ours (software development / web development) would benefit from the research we've undertaken, as part of our preparations for next May.

By now you will have now all heard about the new #GDPR regulations that come in to force next May that replace the Data Protection Act 1998, even if you don't understand the impact it has on your business. We've written this article in the first instance to help our clients understand the changes in the regulations, but we're sure businesses similar to ours (software development / web development) would benefit from the research we've undertaken, as part of our preparations for next May.

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