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Cahal Technologies (originally called Shermco Industries) was started by Sherman Cahal in Summer 1997 as a one-man programming group. The group released several notable products including Assembly Suite, Shermco Studio, Z80 Decompiler, and Titanium Multimedia, with the latter even being featured on ticalc.org. It was one of the TI sites that got hosting through Dimension-TI (calc.org). The group later moved away from TI development, and switched over to web development.
They released several notable products for both the TI graphing calculators and computer: Assembly Suite, Page Creator, Simple FTP, and Titanium Multimedia.
- Assembly Suite
- Cool Media Player
- Matt 3D Designer
- Memory Viewer
- Page Creator
- Shermco Studio
- Simple FTP
- Talk Show
- Titanium Multimedia
- Z80 Decompiler
- Sherman Cahal — founder
- Frank Schoep
- Nate Buda
- Albert Shieh
- Kevin Shain
- Jonathon Capps
- Kyle McAdam
- September 2000 — Shermco Industries gets hosted through Dimension-TI
(Taken from Cahal Technologies about page)
Today, designers are looking for the most efficient product possible; one that does the job, and one that does it right. We provide that, and since 1998, we have strived to be the most innovative, while being efficient and doing everything right. And so far, that philosophy has worked.
In 1997, Cahal Technologies was founded by Sherman Cahal under the name of Shermco Industries. Running a one man company during high school, he created popular programs, such as COS, Shermco Studio, among others. The name Shermco Industries was changed to Cahal Technologies in Summer 1998.
In 1999, Frank Schoep joined the team, and created innovative programs such as Titanium Multimedia, Matt 3D Designer, and more.
In Februrary of 2000, Nate Buda came in with fresh ideas that kept the company together.
On October 1, 2001, Cahal Technologies reached a milestone. A new server was purchased, which included POP3 e-mail boxes, large web-space, and more.
Kenny, from Hong Kong, China, joined our team in Februrary of 2002. He is currently coding Page Creator and Talk Show Live, both internet applications.