|Posted: June 30, 2004, 11:30 am - IP Logged|
Dear Colin F,
Thank you for your enthusiasm and interest. However, I am neither a programmer (for the uninitiated, I work as a Quality Analyst in a medical transcription turnkey company named CBay Systems headquarterd in Annapolis, Maryland with its subsidiary in Bangalore, India), nor a lottery guru and only happen to be an avid reader and poster on this lovely site.
The concept of computerized lottery is relatively new to India, with our FIRST 649 lottery having being drawn on Thursday, March 21, 2004. So, I thought I shall use my spare time to collect information and put up a website (still in progress) related to giving information on lottery and stuff like that. This is why I sometimes keep posting some links or discussions which I think might be interesting and useful to people around here. In return, I get to learn how to present content in a thoughtful way and also know the trend regarding lotteries worldwide, new programs, lottery systems, lottery plans, people, etc.
Here is a simple suggestion: Now that the first link above is working, why not write to the developer of the kit itself with your proposal of test running/promoting/certifying/validating their wares?! Additionally, I would greatly appreciate knowing about the whereabouts of your testing labs, works and/or creations, and the types of products you/your business group currently deals with. I am interested in knowing more about your products/services and their market scope in India [India, in particular, Bangalore, incidentally is also known as the "Silicon Valley" of Asia due to its top ranking in software development and exports], and I won't mind if you will post a link to your website, if you have any.
Just Monkeying Around With Numbers...!