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Send email to: Steve Demuth
Rates: $30/hr to $45/hr
Services provided as a freelancing individual
Looking for fulltime work
Homepage URL http://www.salamander.com/~demuth/home.html
Portfolio/Resume URL http://www.salamander.com/~demuth/home.html
Walnut Close Consulting 2750 Lannon Hill Rd Decorah, IA 52101
e-mail or 319-382-9895
GUI database clients in applet environment. Visual controls. Database backends for web clients. Database publishing.
Web database frontends, visual controls. Prefer projects small enough for single developer. Happy to do design consultation through finished site development for small companies, start-ups or non-profits (will work at moderately reduced rates for most non-profits).
Director of Data Processing at Nationaly Recognized College. Database Administrator for scientific non-profit. Independent developer.
20 Years Programming. 10 Years Relational Database Administration/Development. 8 Years OOD/OOP.
Java. Delphi 1.0 and 2.0. Smalltalk. Actor.
Delphi 1.0 and 2.0. Symantec Visual Cafe. Borland C++. Netscape Enterprise and Fastrack Server. NSAPI. Sybase SQLAnywhere. Sybase SQLServer. Watcom SQL. HP AllBase.
Intel x86. HP/PA.
Windows 95 Windows NT Workstation and Server Administration. 16 bit Windows. HP MPE/XL. Some Unix.
Windows NT Workstation and Server. Delphi 1.0 and 2.0. Symantec Visual Cafe. Borland C++. Microsoft Java SDK. Sybase SQL Anywhere. Sybase SQL Server. Netscape Enterprise Server / NSAPI. Microsoft Developer Subscription. Netscape DevEdge Subscription.
Intel Pentium Workstations and MP Server.
Borland Site. Microsoft Site. Javasoft Site. Netscape DevEdge. www.w3.org
URL for more info http://www.graincentral.com (after May 1, 1997)
Java will gradually replace C++ as the tool of choice for developing in-house (non-shrink-wrapped) projects because of it makes programmers profoundly more productive. It will aquire tools to make it the equal of Delphi for front-end development (JDBC and Beans). Browser applets will become a less important part of the Java scene. Microsoft will try to co-opt Java into a Windows Tool, the rest of us will resist. Java will rapidly replace C++ in University and College curricula because of its superiority as a teaching language.