I'm a software developer by trade and by interest. Currently
my work is entirely in the Web-based applications realm. Consequently,
If you would like to make use of any of my work (on your web page or whatever),
let me know.
(Most often updated area of this site)
(FAQ) answers... and answers to some less-frequently asked things... Basically
a FAQ plus tips and tricks I've learned through the years.
I taught myself Java in the Spring of '98 during a course and have used
it off and on since then.
The Applet version of an application
I wrote to teach myself Java and (intended) to use for my User Interface
Design class. Converting it to an Applet has made it not work as
well since it had been based on external file usage and I've not taken
the time to make it work any better. May not be able to quit without
closing Netscape completely. Move to the edges to scroll, left mouse
would be used to select an object if you could load any, middle mouse to
zoom out (if you have one -- scroll-mice usually act as one when pressed),
and right mouse to zoom in... or I may have those two backwards.
I'm a charter member of the Albuquerque Java User's
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- It's hardly "published" when all you did was put it on the web, but in the case of my CS580 Graduate Class (Fall 1997) assignment to create a "replacement" chapter 2 for the book Design Patterns, it ended up on enough people's web searches that it is now referenced by at least two websites: Pattern Stories (a wikiweb), and RTS Game Programming. (if you don't have the book, get it. It's basically required reading for programming these days).
Last modified: July, 2001