Founded 25th February, 1997 as a spin-out of work initiated at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne to develop a system to explore the interactions in space and time between rainfall fields and groundwater systems. The company has developed a range of interests since, primarily in the fields of science, commerce, and decision support/mission planning.
Since 1997 DM Bespoke Computer Solutions Ltd has been developing real-time data processing systems for Earth and Cosmos observation and studies. Previous assignments have included
We have experience with high-powered computing (HPC) at national level, large local clusters (~800 nodes), and cloud-based dynamically-allocated, software-defined, infrastructure, as well as all the key web technologies needed to bring data interactively and procedurally to the end user.
See the following pages for our contributions to the free software community.
[We are in the process of making our software, and some utilities we routinely use, available in a Guix channel.]
All the power of Guile to schedule unattended jobs on a computer.
A modified bash shell which calls out to Guile procedures to intelligently re-work the command-line inputs on the fly.
Give your C++ application an embedded web server so that it can interact with users through a web browser.
Yet another stock price charting application; this one holds historical data locally and is extremely responsive allowing interactive exploration of the markets.
Not actually open source, but a freely provided simple service which supports the above trader-desk application by providing market meta-data.
Get live market meta-data into your C++ application.
Get market data, live order books, and create trading orders on the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange using their REST API.
Get market data, live order books, and create trading orders on the Kraken cryptocurrency exchange using their REST API: as above, but written in Rust!
Please click here if you wish to send us a message (this is our primary correspondence channel); we would be happy to discuss the design and management of any complex software/infrastructure project with a scientific/numerical leaning.