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Our Team 

Here at Scalable Development, Inc. (SDI) we are dedicated to providing specific services to meet your specific needs. We develop custom applications that enable our clients to be more competitive, agile, efficient, and friendly. We tailor every project to the specifications that the client provides, and work with each on a personal level.

We provide continued, follow-through service to all of our clients, and work to ensure complete customer satisfaction. For whatever technological problems you might have, we are here to help.

In today’s competitive market, staying on top with the latest technologies can make a huge difference in the life of your company. That’s why we work with our clients to develop top-notch, personalized programs that help keep them as competitive as possible.

On any given day, you can find us developing web-based applications to better communicate with our clients’ vendors, partners, clients, or employees. You might also find us working on server-based applications that help to improve processing efficiencies.

Team Members

Wallace B. McClure - lead consultant


The SDI team has experience with the following development technologies:

  • Active Server Pages (ASP) and ASP.NET (Microsoft’s web based development environments).
  • iPhone, iPad, and iOS Programming. Apple's mobile devices are clearly garnering interest in the marketplace. Have you seen our books on the subject?
  • The Google Android family of mobile devices and tablets is taking the market by storm. We will have a book out on the subject shortly.
  • Client Server databases that support the structured query language (SQL): SQL Server, Oracle, DB/2, and MySql.
  • Entity Framework and Language Integrated Query (LINQ).
  • Languages such as C# Visual Basic, two main development languages of the .NET Framework.
  • .NET Framework (a runtime environment for applications, similar to the java runtime environment).
  • Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ), which provides a mechanism for asynchronous operations vs. operations that are typically synchronous. Instead of the front-end application being directly tied to the back-end, using the MSMQ service allows for the front-end to be decoupled from the back-end.
  • Windows Services, programs that run on the Windows platform and perform some types of processing whether or not a user is logged on. These programs may or may not provide a user interface and do not necessarily run within the context of the logged on user.
  • XML, a mechanism to encode data that provides some level of meaning vs. comma delimited text files.
  • Web Services, mechanisms that transmit data, such as data encoded in XML, without some of the limitation of COM / DCOM.