With whom has Quasidea worked?
Clients and Projects

For over 22 years Quasidea Development and Mike Ho have had the privilege of working with some of the most widely respected organizations in the world. From small web startups and local non-profits to Fortune 500 companies and large government agencies, the list of organizations below is just a partial list where Mike and Quasidea's work has made a significant impact. Click on any of the organizations to find out more.

Affiliated Client Work
Client engagements that Mike Ho has led or played a critical role while affiliated with other consultancies (including Capgemini, Sapient Corporation and Vertigo Software):
Pro-Bono Clients
Charity and non-profit organizations that Mike Ho and Quasidea have been honored to serve:
Abundant Life Christian Fellowship
Abundant Life Christian Fellowship (ALCF) is one of the largest churches in the Silicon Valley area with over 7000 in weekly attendance.

Mike plays the role of Director of IT, managing the infrastructure and performing technical strategy for the large, faith-based organization.

Key IT projects include the rollout of a multi-site network and telecommunications backbone which includes 7 T1 circuits in three locations with an array of Cisco routers and switches that are optimized for data and voice, as well as a massive virtualization effort to streamline and minimize infrastructure and hardware costs.

On the software side, Mike is leading a team of volunteer developers to design, architect and build ALCF’s next generation software platform, which will include a new church management system, social networking tools, and a highly robust and secure student check-in system to be used by the over 500 children and families that visit the church every week. The system will be deployed on an array of platforms, including SaaS-based web applications, onsite kiosks, and even mobile devices.

In addition to the above list of clients, Quasidea Development has also built a portfolio of products that include:

Qcodo is a development framework for PHP that is based on over eight years of development and enterprise production use at an impressive list of projects, companies and organizations, including NASA, Stanford University, Hewlett Packard, Fidelity Investments, Lockheed Martin, and many, many more.

Qcodo was open-sourced in October 2005 under the terms of the MIT License. Since then, it has seen over 250,000 downloads from users in over 85 countries.

Uloop empowers college students to buy, sell, promote, and trade with classmates. It started in January 2007 and has quickly become the largest single student-to-student classifieds site in the country.

Now with over 250,000 registered students from hundreds of college campuses across the country, Uloop raised over $1.7M in funding from a number of sources including Gannett Digital.

Originally just a proof-of-concept module, Fontology has evolved into a very simple but useful AJAX-driven design tool, allowing you to create quick and easy PNG images of stylized text strings. Options include the ability to change the font, style, size and color. And best of all, it's free.