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Written by Tim Black   
Monday, 30 October 2006 09:29

We have 16 developers with a variety of skills, so are able to provide a full-service solution tailored to your needs.  Our developers are skilled in the following languages & technologies:

Languages: HTML, XHTML, XML, JavaScript, CSS, DHTML, AJAX, PHP, ASP, .Net, Perl, ColdFusion, Flash, ActionScript, Python, Visual Basic, VBScript, RealBasic, PowerBuilder, Java, J2EE, C++, CGGL, DCOM

GUI Toolkits: wxPython, AutoHotKeys, NSIS

Databases: MySQL, Oracle 8i, Microsoft Access, MS SQL, SQL 6.5 through 2003, Sybase, SQLServer

Rapid Web Application Frameworks/APIs: TurboGears (SQLObject, SQLAlchemy, ToscaWidgets, Kid, Genshi, MochiKit, CherryPy), CakePHP, Google Maps API, Scriptaculous, MooTools, ExtJs

Best Practices: Version control, OOP, MVC, ORM

Content Management Systems & Shopping Carts: WordPress, Joomla (+ writing extensions), JoomlaLMS, eDating Professional 5.5, TikiWiki, VirtueMart, custom PayPal IPN integration, InterShop

IDEs: Eclipse, Boa Constructor

Web Tools: FTP, SSH, CVS, Subversion, Bazaar, Trac, phpMyAdmin, cPanel, ImageMagick, LAMP, XAMPP

Graphic Design: Photoshop, Fireworks, Macromedia, Gimp, Inkscape

The following developers are coordinating efforts on our current projects:

Tim Black Tim Black

Degrees & ecclesiastical service:

  • M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA
    B.A. Biblical Studies & Sociology, minor in Philosophy, Maclellan Scholars Leadership Program, Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, GA
  • Pastor, Caney OPC, Caney, KS


  • Web development & design (PHP, Python, JavaScript, CSS, MySQL databases) - 9 years
  • GUI programming in wxPython - 5 years
  • AJAX & TurboGears - 3 years

Interests:  Systematic theology, playing guitar, jogging, programming

Nathan Bunney - inventaweb.net nathan.jpg

Ecclesiastical service:

  • Under care, Presbytery of Northern California of the OPC


  • Web/Database Programming (PHP, Oracle, MySQL, Flash, Javascript)
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