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I have over twenty years of experience using many languages and tools to develop or re-engineer applications and databases throughout the software development life cycle. I look forward to new challenges.

I created this website in 2001 while pursing certain technical interests. I am updating the website now to include samples of my Excel VBA capabilities.

  13-May-09 Sample #1.   11-Sep-09 Screenshots of new version. The documentation shown here illustrates an Excel workbook that I wrote as a quality control tool. It compares two other workbooks for changes in content, format, or VBA code. The application is available upon request.
  14-May-09 Sample #2. This workbook fixes a MS Find function bug that exists only under certain circumstances when called from a user-defined function within a cell formula.
(It is zipped for downloading. Enable macros to run. View VBA code to verify.)
  16-Aug-09 Sample #3. MySamplesV1L.xls reads text files, workbook, and clipboards into worksheets. It maintains leading zeros, excludes objects, and avoids file conflicts.
(Workbook and sample files are zipped. Enable macros to run.)
  28-Aug-09 Sample #4. CopyLotusToExcel_v1a.xls duplicates subfolders containing Lotus 1-2-3 (.wk?) files, saving the Lotus files as Excel (.xls) files. The documentation shown here illustrates how the application works. The application is available upon request.
  9-Jan-10 Sample #5. AWL_BlackScholes.mht documents Excel, VBA, and R Language code that calculates option prices using Black-Scholes method.


Art Little's résumé                   
- Word document    - Rich Text format
- HTML             - Text (summary only)


  Links to early VBA work and testimonials:  
  2003 Free VisualFunctiontm info
  2003 Free QuickHourstm  Excel VBA timesheet
     (You may need to download mscal.ocx from
   Best Tasting Granola

Lightning Bay  Arthur W. Little          
“If the vision isn’t clear, your choice of technologies and architectures will quickly become irrelevant.” -- Chad Dickerson, InfoWorld CTO. InfoWorld. 10/8/2001