FontBase Opens New Office, Focuses On OS X Development

FontBase has announced the opening of a new office location in Seattle, WA to focus on Cocoa and OS X application development. FontBase makes a scalable relational database solution of the same name, and is currently looking for more programmers to work on their current OS X projects. According to FontBase:

FrontBase, Inc., the developers of FrontBase, the first scalable relational database for Mac OS X, today announced the opening of its Seattle office. The FrontBase Seattle office is dedicated to application development, with a focus on Cocoa OS X applications.

The first product to come out of the Seattle office, FrontBase Manager, was shown at WWDC. FrontBase Manager is a fully multi-threaded application for managing FrontBase databases remotely.

"Weire very excited about the programming talent we?ve brought to our Seattle team," said Geert Clemmensen, President and CEO of FrontBase, Inc. "Our Seattle team will focus on application development, which makes a perfect compliment to the Professional services and Support divisions in our Southern California and Denmark offices."

Call For Programmers The new Seattle office also has openings for experienced application developers. Interested candidates should be familiar with Cocoa, Objective C and at least one relational database server. Previous application development experience is a big plus. For more information, check out the Jobs section of the FrontBase Inc. website, or for consideration please send your resume to

About FrontBase FrontBase, Inc., is a database software developer and services provider based in the United States, with offices in Denmark, Seattle and California. Their FrontBase database software is the only database software for Mac OS X that is fully SQL 92 compliant.

You can find more information, or inquire about jobs, at the FontBase Web site.