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The Apenmool Programmers Association is a non-profit organization of computer programmers that have embraced the Open Source movement. Its primary mission is to develop and advocate the use of Open Source software and to promote its utilization in public and private sectors. Open Source software is developed by a community of computer programmers from around the world and then freely distributed back to the community at large. One of the challenges that the Open Source movement faces is the lack of a single strong voice to promote its benefits. Instead, the movement relies on the many voices of the individuals in the community. Apenmool is proud to be a single voice in the choir that sings the praises of Open Source software.

Apenmool Generative Framework

The Apenmool Generative Framework is a programming system to facilitate rapid application development. The specifications of a project are stored in XML and Java files. A code generator is then used to build the application in a variety of configurations. Read more

 
ATRS PDF Print E-mail

Membership services is a division within ATRS that retains and communicates information to teachers and retirees of the State of Arkansas related to benefit calculations, vesting Status and payout options. ATRS offers a wide variety of options to support most retirement decisions.

Tejas Tech and its associates are responsible for the architecture, implementation, and maintenance of the new membership system for the Arkansas Teachers Retirement System  (ATRS). The new system replaces the hard to maintain software, which involved more than 600 software programs, which were patched together to work as a single system. This new Membership system has been in operation since June 2004.

 
AETN PDF Print E-mail

The Arkansas Department of Education has partnered with the Arkansas Educational Television Network to meet the professional development needs of K-12 licensed educators by offering research-based, technology-delivered professional development courses to improve academic and teaching knowledge and skills of certified personnel.

Tejas Tech has an ongoing project with AETN for developing and maintaining a Professional Development Application Submission system.

 

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