Over the years we have come to know quite a lot of experienced assembler- and systems programmers. With several of them we still maintain contacts.
On this network of experienced colleagues we can fall back for supplementary information, for knowledge and experience, and - if necessary - for extra manpower.
Do you have ample experience as an assembler-programmer? Would you like to share your knowledge with others? Or are you a free-lance programmer available (now or in the future) for an assembler assignment?
Then please send us an e-mail, or call us: +31-6-22755401.
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