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Homepage URL http://www.phoenixat.com/~warreng/soup.html
Portfolio/Resume URL http://www.phoenixat.com/scott/suprog.html
103 Nicholas Ct. Kissimmeee, FL 34758
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Java, Networked applets, VRML page design, the brightest, most striking Web design you're likely to see, CGI... hey, basically we'll get you're page on the Web and get your company NOTICED.
Network Java applets, multimedia home pages, building unusual Web pages that Jump! out at you!
Windows NT, Windows 95, BSDI Unix
I'm been system administrator and Webmaster for an ISP, Phoenix Applied Technology in Kissimmee, FL for almost 2 years. Before that I was a programmer in the Medical Industry. I have database experience, and if I don't already know how to do what you need done, I'll learn it before you can click your mouse.
I designed a Medical program that was fully comprehensive -- it notitified the Insurance company, did the billing, let the doctor put in his or her diagnosis, connected to the nurses' station, etc. I designed and built the GUI for my ISP's Internet access users.
I program in Visual Basic, C++, Java, CGI, perl, and do some advanced HTML "coding."
Visual C++, VB3&4, Diva, and plain old notepad are some of my favorite programming environments.
I've put together many different systems, and are familiar with the hardware of just about any type of PC. In my "spare time" of which there isn't much these days, I make and repair PCs.
I'm very familiar with Windows NT3.51, Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11, Windows 95, and Unix BSDI 2.0.1 and 2.1.
Since I work for an ISP, I have full access to the internet 24/7/365. I'm online almost always, have my own server space to test and use Web technologies, and can test on a variety of platforms using either a 28.8 dialup connection or a direct connect T-1.
I think Java is going to change the way we look at and use the internet, as well as a lot of common things we use at home. Our whole entertainment industry will be affected, and the information that will be at our disposal we be astounding. Java is still in its infancy, but give it a couple years. It'll blow your mind!