There are lots of activities going on at our place. We invite you to share whatever you find interesting and to give feedback or join us whenever you like.
Cooperations ... Support, Consulting and Training
Currently our consulting business centers around Mac OS X, Cocoa and WebObjects technology. This includes planning of web sites and e-commerce solutions, developer training and system administration. A list of partners, customers and solutions, where some of our "farmers" helped out, is available for you. This list also includes all of our major "partnerships" with the non-profit world.
In some other areas (like biology, energy production, chemistry, design, etc.) we do have experts on the team which are at least able to guide you to a known service provider in that field. Maybe we will officially cover some of these areas on our own in the future.
There is more to the ObjectFarm then just making money. We feel that information and knowledge is very important and that some topics should receive more attention then they are getting out there. Usually they are more complex or require regular updates and therefore deserve to be a full online publication instead of a one-time feature article:
Every now and then our members are publishing some reports or short feature stories. As usual there is no guarantee that the material is error free, but we try to maintain a high standard of content quality. Those who only "read" it for the pictures might find some nice impressions as well.
We have included a note about the place where the article did appear initially and in which language.
Most are not yet available online but should be in the near future. Check back soon.
With the arrival of fresh technologies we often feel like sharing our impressions and organize or participate at trade shows or demo events. Announcement of and reports from those happenings can be found below:
There is a long list of applications and software modules that have developed on our farm. It will become available soon.
Research activities are mainly centered around renewable energy sources, chemistry, ergonomics, and ecosystems.
More details should get published in this area as soon as we find the time. Nevertheless we hope that there is already something that you will find interesting.