My interests tend to be diverse. My education and career background is
strongly influenced by science and technology. I have done
considerable research and development efforts in math, science, engineering
and technology. Some people learn computer programming first and then apply
it to new disciplines. I learned computer programming to help me solve
problems in the advanced disciplines.
The latest and greatest in computer programming, see The Evolution of Software Engineering
What can you do with a great idea?
See Great Ideas.
What does it means when you connect A to B? See System Diagramming Essentials
If you think that client/server computing divides computers into clients
and servers, think again. What is
Probability Distribution Relationships diagram
A Hierarchy of Modules
Come up with more descriptive names for categories classes, kinds, and
types. See Categories.
Thoughts on General Structure
Interested in sizing up the various data models available for data-base
management systems? See Data Models. (For
the fast food version, see Gourmet's Guide
to Data Models.)
Getting from point A to B might take more than a
single step. If it's worth doing once,... It's worth doing many times
They might seem a little dated, but flowcharts seem to be understandable
by almost everyone. See Control