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At codeHorse, we are committed to establishing and maintaining long-term productive and profitable relationships with our partners and clients. We extend our sincerest thanks to all the excellent companies listed and linked here for the opportunity to work on these fine software projects.

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BMS Immunology Literature Database, 1999

Based on the success of the Oncology Literature database, Pedagogue Solutions asked codeHorse to develop a similar web-based database and a search engine for immunology research involving two of Bristol Meyers Squibb's drugs.

Oracle, Perl, Linux
Mary-Kate & Ashley's Dance Party of the CenturyTM, 1999

Hyperspace Cowgirls and codeHorse developed this CD-ROM for Macintosh and Windows published by Acclaim Entertainment. It is a fun-filled CD with games and videos which help teach the basic steps to eight of this century's most popular dances, including the Charleston, Mambo, Twist, and Western Line Dancing.

Windows 2003 Server, IIS, Perl, Firefox, iCalendar
Demo, 1999

A Silicon alley startup asked codeHorse to develop a browser based demo using shockwave and QuickTime. Details will be added here once they become public.

Macromedia Shockwave, Quicktime
Book Database, 1999

codeHorse created a book database for Butterick's intranet. Using codeHorse's IntelliqueryTM technology, users can build complex sql queries simply by completing a form in their browsers. Since it is web-based, the entire system can be used from home or by sales people on the road as well as at the office.

Oracle, Windows NT
BMS Colon Cancer Survey, 1999

At the request of Pedagogue Solutions, codeHorse developed a web-based Oracle database to collect customer addresses. A unix script runs automatically once a week to extract new entries and email them as an attachment.

Oracle, Unix
BMS Oncology Literature Database, 1999

At the request of Pedagogue Solutions, codeHorse developed a web-based Oracle database and a search engine to store and search approximately 5000 abstracts containing research information about three of Bristol Meyers Squibb's drugs. Since codeHorse created the database and search engine using Perl with a DBI interface which works on both unix and NT, when BMS requested that the database be made available at a conference without an internet connection, codeHorse simply installed the database and scripts on an NT server.

Oracle, Windows NT
Presentation/Simulation, 1999

IAB asked codeHorse to optimize a confidential simulation for one of their fortune 500 clients. The demo was a full color multimedia presentation with a lot of animation and sound, and codeHorse made it run like a champ.

Macromedia Director
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