Since 1986, Tim Palmquist has provided
computer programming services to various inventory
services around the nation (and even across the
ocean). His primary project over these years has been
OSIRIS, the On-Site Inventory Reporting Information
System, written for Gary Waller of Waller Inventory
Tim has also provided programming services for
various other businesses and individuals. Most of
his experience has been with C and C++, but he also
has extensive work with a variety of languages and
One of the most popular shareware programs produced by Tim was
PDD.EXE, a utility allowing access to a Tandy Portable Disk Drive
from a PC. Even though these disk drives have long since become
obsolete, this utility is still available on the internet,
Whenever possible, Tim has tried to find creative ways to integrate his
Christian testimony with his computer work. For example, as part of the
user manual for PDD.EXE, Tim wrote a tongue-in-cheek section on the origins
of this program, which was intended to point PDD.EXE users to Jesus
(see "How it Happened").
Recently, Tim (with some help from Andrew)
began offering web-site design services.
For more information, or to discuss your
computer-related needs, contact Tim.