Born and raised in CT, the two have very different backgrounds. And when they work together good things happen. With Bruce’s expertise on the web programming side and Chris’s experience on the marketing and communications side, they make a powerful team.
With a strong marketing background in the hospitality and financial services industries, Chris knows how to showcase your business in a way that will catch your prospective customers’ attention. He takes inordinate pleasure in translating his clients’ ideas into sleek, functional, eye-popping websites that are feature-rich and priced right.
Chris has successfully helped clients across the country, so don’t be concerned with geographic considerations. If you’d like to talk with him about co-creating the perfect website for your business, association, or club call Chris at
203 530 7396
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Bruce Hauman is a web technology enthusiast. He spends his time learning about what is happening today in the field of web development. He constantly has an eye on whats coming around the bend that offers new opportunities to create something different that is of value.
Bruce Hauman has been programming computers for a long long time. Since his 13th year when he received an Apple2+ from his father he quickly surmised that it was more fun programming games than playing them. At the age of thirteen he started building programs including a slot machine and a X-wing fighter game.
Today Bruce Hauman is now breaking new ground in the development of Web 2.0 applications.
In a recent projects wisdomology.com Zamzee.com Bruce has created a unique rich internet experience. Wisdomology is a social network built from the ground up using cutting-edge Ruby on Rails, Ajax and Adobe Flex 2.0 programming technologies.
His background includes building an innovative web-based donation management platform for nonprofit organizations.
He has a degree in Computer Science from Western Carolina University with a 4.0 GPA.
Bruce is an avid outdoorsman, having hiked the length Appliachian Trail in 1993 and spent a winter trapping in the Montana wilderness.