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DCOM Productions is a proprietorship providing software development and design services in the Pueblo County area.

History

DCOM Productions was formally founded[1] in 2010 by David Anderson. In 2011, DCOM was outsourced to build software for the Veterans' Bridge project, and in 2012 published FaultTrack[2], a bug tracker for .NET developers.

References

  1. http://www.sos.state.co.us/biz/TradeNameSummary.do?quitButtonDestination=BusinessEntityResults&fileId=20101105145&masterFileId=20101105145&srchTyp=TRDNM&entityId2=20101105145&nameTyp=TRDNM
  2. http://www.danderson.me/2012/06/bug-tracking-with-faulttrack-a-new-tracker-made-by-dcom-productions-for-net-developers/

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