At TechArk, we may not be vigilante crime fighters, but we do have some other super skills, such as software development. While it may not sound as exciting, we promise it’s very cool. If you have a smartphone (of course you do) then you use software everyday.
Backing up a step, “hardware” refers to the physical components (your smartphone) while “software” denotes the programs within it (your apps). So hardware isn’t much use without software — you’re welcome.
Super Software Developers like the ones on our teams here at TechArk have the capability to build websites, apps, and so much more — and we can fix existing ones, too.
It all comes down to computer-speak, A.K.A. programming languages. It may surprise you to learn that computers are multi-lingual; there are a number of programming languages which provide various degrees of abstraction and complexity, even exhibiting syntax and grammar like spoken language.
The process of developing software is intricate, and it all begins with programming a set of instructions for the computer, phone, smart car, appliances, and more, to follow. Custom programming must be documented within the source code, which enables other developers and software engineers to determine how to use or alter the program. It’s a bit like leaving instructions for the babysitter, but in this case, the baby is digital.
This means that even if your software was built by someone else, TechArk’s software development team is still able to tweak, edit, update or fix the source code for you.
We test all of our software against multiple variables – basically we push it until it breaks, then we fix the break, try to extend the software’s limits, and then push (test) again. We do this until we’re satisfied that you’ll be satisfied.
We speak computer. The TechSignal is currently under construction, so call TechArk when you’re ready to see what we can do.