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Send email to: Jeremy Stevenson
Rates: 65 to 100
Services provided as a freelancing individual
Homepage URL http://www.camiabgroup.com/jeremy
Portfolio/Resume URL http://www.camiabgroup.com/jeremy
41 Timber Lane Topsfield, MA 01983
Give me a problem. I'll build an elegant OO solution for it in Java or C++. I strongly believe that a good design means a better, less expensive product! * OOA/OOD in Shlaer-Mellor, Coad-Yourdon, and other methodologies soon. * OODBMS - Object Store, also RDBMS experience * C++/Java - currently teaching a course entitled "C++ & The Object Paradigm." * GUI - recently developed a GIS/schematic hybrid editor for designing and maintaining cable TV networks.
Windows (all) UNIX
URL for more info http://www.camiabgroup.com/jeremy/java
Java will continue to dominate on the web. As more development tools become available it will take over the DBMS client world. As Java hardware and machine specific compilers become available it will move into the application market. I predict a synergy between Java, the Web, and software patterns (see Gamma, Vlisades, et. al.) that will allow true component based software development well beyond that of OCXs. The rise of Java will precipitate the long awaited explosion of the ODBMS market. Microsoft will get left behind in all this. I use and love Windows NT. However, I strongly believe Bill Gates does not understand OO.