Made with love in rural Ohio
orn and raised from humble beginnings on the outskirts of CBUS we grew to love our city, and more importantly the wide variety of people we have had the honor of meeting and in some cases even had the privilege to work with. In 2014, having worked a number of years as consultants and advisers, a group of like minded professionals banded together to form the Bityard.
Working with hundreds of clients from across the globe to realize their strategic vision and developing solutions to meet the demanding– and widely varying – needs of their business has given us a unique perspective on ourselves- we are passionate about our clients and we are passionate about building software. Period.
Our team represents a wide array of skills cultivated across a variety of technology and environments, including .Net, Java, NoSQL, SQL, client/server, web and mobile. We have developed and deployed everything from WordPress sites to large scale enterprise APIs (Rest and Soap) and web-scale NoSQL on a variety of platforms and IAAS providers including AWS, Rackspace and Azure. We are passionate, efficient and professionals at what we do. We are your one-stop shop when it comes to software development. We are Bityard.
I don’t think you could. If you could care less, then you care some. I believe you couldn’t care less.
This is one of the most glaring grammatical mistakes that nearly everyone makes – people will say ‘I’ instead of ‘Me’ when there is a conjunction involved. The conjunction doesn’t matter! The easiest way to figure out which pronoun is appropriate is to say the sentence in your head without the conjunction and other noun/pronoun. Example: Josh […]
If you’ve ever wanted to find out just how fast you could push a software project before things start to go wrong, try this little experiment: punch yourself in the face. Go ahead, you can continue reading after you’re done… Okay? Face all punched up? Good. Now, what did that prove? Not much. But consider that punishment for your […]