In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit.
Foxsoft’s core team consists of five elite members.
If you have a software problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire Foxsoft.
An expert in close quarters Foxpro development, Hugh’s first tour of duty was in MS DOS. His vast experience in both modern and legacy operating systems means that Hugh is the ‘I can’ man for legacy FoxPro support and porting of established systems onto current Windows operating systems.
At one point he was ranked 8th by the ‘Experts-Exchange’
Adré Du Toit
Since narrowly escaping an Internet Explorer crash with his life, Adré began to gradually rebuild his broken body using standards compliant HTML. Vowing not to use tables beyond their intended purpose, he then set out to completely style himself using CSS stylesheets. He is now completely consistent in all major browsers.
They used to say that behind every good man is a good woman and if Foxsoft was a man then David would certainly be that woman. David is our resident finance expert and is responsible for keeping the rest of the team in check. If you want to give us some money, then Dave’s the man that can make it happen.
Andy was awarded the Victoria Cross for his use of PHP in the face of adversity and is well known for his ability to strip and reinstall TYPO3 installations with his eyes closed. He is also an experienced Ruby on Rails developer and, like all the best developers, is more than 20% caffeine.
Omar is the newest member of our team and our very own Frankie Santana (who?). As well as a ton of experience in Ruby development, Omar brings with him some strange notions on coffee consumption (quality over quantity) and a steady supply of snacks. He is also a clear 18" taller than any other team member making him an ideal choice for office peacekeeper.
Collectively we know a lot of stuff, but you might be surprised to find out that we don't know everything about everything. Those times when we don't know the answer we know that it's important we find someone who does, that's why we partner with people who do. Sometimes we all need a phone-a-friend.