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Java programming Graphics C++ HTML Design
Graphical interactive applets.
Employed 1 yr. programming scientific applications in FORTRAN Employed 2 yrs. as a graphics artist/animator/programmer Employed 2 yrs. as a C++/Windows programmer Employed 4 yrs. as a freelance graphics designer, C++/Java programmer
B.S. in Computer Science (with Honors) Worked on ray-tracing algorithms for Honors Project using C Programmed videographic related applications in C Programmed SQL Client/Server software in Windows/C++ Currently programming an computer based instruction system in Java
C C++ Java FORTRAN
Borland C++ 4.5x for Windows Java JDK 1.0 Borland Turbo Pascal Lightwave 3d Fractal Design Painter CorelDRAW! Graphics suite.
Sun Workstations PC Compatibles Amiga
MS-DOS Windows 3.xx, Windows 95 UNIX AmigaDOS
3d modelling/animation technologies
Borland C++ 4.52 for Windows/Windows 95 Sun's Java JDK 1.0 for Windows 95 Lightwave 3d Fractal Design Painter Corel
Computer and associated peripherals Color Printer
PPP Dial-up account E-mail Usenet newsgroups FTP Telnet Web Browsing
I predict that until the advent of just-in-time compilers to speed up the execution of Java code, that it will remain mostly a new gizmo to jazz up a web page. There also remains the issue of how well Sun handles new releases (such as not introducing bugs between the Beta 2 and 1.0 releases as they currently have). With the advent of greater Java stability and just-in-time compilers, Java could well become a good cross-platform application development system.