Programmers see the world through a lens of code and speak in their own language.  When programmers write code, they're interacting directly with a computer. Programmers speak it's language and give it directions.  Programmers write, rewrite, and tweak code repeatedly.  Bugs arise, get solved and changes are made.  Adding features sounds simple, but programmers know differently.  Even some of the simplest features are the tip of a much larger and uglier iceberg and can drive a programmer insane. Although Newline are programmers at heart, we have a different approach. 

So, lets meet the the team at Newline that listen, understand and convert your business requirement into your application, your system, your language.  Meet the team that solve those problems and add those simple features, all using a language that you undersand.

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