Some of My Current Technical Interests
Stay with the tools that work until new tools can clearly improve your
business. Get the most benefit
from existing methods, but be prepared to innovate. I coined the phrase
Lightning BayTM partly for fun (so I could flash lightning here and
on my home page) but also to symbolize the power of collecting the best tools
neither of which is on my resume. One reason for developing these pages was to
expand my experiences as a "hands-on" analyst, consultant, programmer, and
1. XML - An example of client-side processing that I wrote using XML. As the use of hand-held devices increases, it becomes increasingly important to find efficient ways to separate data from processing and presentation.
2. UML - My sample Class and Use-Case diagrams in Unified Modeling Language.
3. Database Issues - A sample of optimistic locking as generated by MS Visual Basic.NET.
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) - OLAP
can simplify complex SQL reporting.