About Us - Who we are and why we're here!

County Gates House

Chittak is the name of an Uzbek bird whose British relative is known as a Wagtail, there is an Uzbek story about this small bird wanting to solve problems in the world. Like that small Chittak we are keenly focused on solving problems for businesses, big or small.

The Team

Here at Chittak we are truly proud of our cumulative skill set, with a great match in personality we not only work well together, we work extremely closely with our clients ensuring all their needs are met!

Want to get to know the team a little better? Why not have a cheeky nose?

Trevor Clarke

Trevor Clarke

Director and Software Design Architect

Bachelor of Science in Software Development (with Honours)

First exposed to an Acorn Electron a long time ago Trevor has a lifelong involvement with computers, first programming on the BBC B before progressing through the Archimedes, PC’s and then Sun Solaris at Bournemouth University.

Now dealing with system design issues and problem solving by utilising Problem Domain Oriented Analysis with rapid development languages and tools to handle complex projects with high performance scalable systems. Usually these are PHP based with the assistance of Zend Server and Zend Studio typically linking up with either MS SQL Server or MySQL.

Associated Companies

We are confident in our own abilities and as part of that we recognise that there are skills sometimes required in projects that we don’t have such partners include:

Surfraz & Co (www.sufraz.co.uk) - Accountants
Jenny Lamski (www.jrlcoaching.co.uk) - Business Coaching

IT Support – Lee Dredge (www.itsupportbusiness.co.uk)
Legal – Malcolm Scott Walby (www.scott-walby.com)

Work Experience

Sean

2012 Summer work experience at County Gates House saw two capable members join the 8 week scheme’s. Sean put his animation skills to good use creating this prototype video for a new invention for Maricuda. Sean also got to put his graphic design skills in to practice on some of the Chittak Joint Venture projects which were helpful in exploring options for the look and feel.

Eitan Elbaz

Our second work experience student was Eitan from Southampton Solent University, Eitan was also a very enthusiastic participant and managed to build on his existing knowledge to improve his overall programming skills at a rapid rate. Eitan is set to graduate with a top level degree and we wish him the best of luck with the final stretch of his studies.