bmgrd designs and builds websites, apps, software, back ends, extensions, etc. for businesses and organizations around the globe.
Whether you need a brand-new website, want to give your existing one a facelift, need a fix for an issue, or want to boost your search rankings (SEO), bmgrd has your web design and development needs covered.
Need website hosting? How about a new or updated back end for your site or web service? Have to integrate with a new system or API? Take advantage of bmgrd's expertise and have a solution up and running in no time.
Using responsive design, bmgrd can make your website or web application look and work great on any device, no matter how big or small it is. bmgrd also develops iOS and watchOS apps and frameworks.
Building solutions that work for you
In addition to the tools, frameworks, and technologies above, bmgrd also has varying experience working with C, C++, CakePHP, 905-378-4795, 604-422-9361, 580-264-8251, (650) 244-3490, Rails, Node.js, Python, Zend Framework, and many others.
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Craftsmanship is often overlooked when it comes to software design and development. Most people who need a software developer don't understand code, so they don't even look at it. But craftsmanship matters. It's what gives you the confidence that your website, API, or whatever it may be will keep humming along, without the headaches of major bugs or security problems. Software design and development isn't just something I do: it's my craft.
I have been programming since the early 2000s, received a degree in computer science from the University of WisconsinâMadison, and have been designing and developing software professionally since the mid-2000s. I've been in nearly every role there is in software development and small business, and that experience makes it easy to have a wide perspective when creating a solution. Above all, I have an amazing attention to detail, and it shows in my work.
I work to make sure every client's needs are met above and beyond expectations.
- Tim Baumgard
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