454 reputation
410
bio website
location Florida
age
visits member for 2 years, 10 months
seen yesterday

Nov
12
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
13
awarded  Yearling
Sep
19
comment Is it appropriate for interviewers to ask candidates for their Stack Exchange user name?
Well that sucks, I used SO to ask all my stupid questions so that I wouldn't look stupid to my employer. Backfire!
Sep
19
comment Is it appropriate for interviewers to ask candidates for their Stack Exchange user name?
Well that sucks, I used SO to ask all my stupid questions so that I wouldn't look stupid to my employwer. Backfire!
Jun
17
comment How can I salvage my internship?
Welcome to the "stuff you don't learn in books" side of your education. This is just one of many enviroments you might find yourself in when you finish your eductaion. I found myself exactly in your position except that I did finish my degree and it was in MIS.
Jun
17
accepted Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
Jun
17
comment Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
@DanPichelman Yeah, the reviewer is expecting to retire within the decade....
Jun
17
revised Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
Switched "structural" with "structured".
Jun
17
comment Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
+1 for "organizing them so that code tells a coherent story". This is the idea that I'm trying to embrace.
Jun
17
asked Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
Apr
19
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
25
comment Keep a programming language backwards compatible vs. fixing its flaws
There's a surprisingly large number of COBOL positions open, especially in with older insurance companies O.o
Jan
13
awarded  Yearling
Dec
28
accepted How to properly deal with ER and UML diagram management
Dec
28
comment How to properly deal with ER and UML diagram management
Very interesting, this is exactly what I was looking for.
Dec
28
asked How to properly deal with ER and UML diagram management
Nov
22
accepted Is there a way communicate or measure levels of abstraction?
Nov
21
revised Is there a way communicate or measure levels of abstraction?
added 3 characters in body
Nov
21
asked Is there a way communicate or measure levels of abstraction?
Nov
6
comment Forbidding or controlling “Hidden IT…” Who should write and maintain ad-hoc software applications?
I am now completely convinced how underminded Excel and (I'll throw it in there in the Business Space) Access VBA is. VBA supports using COM objects (CDO, ADO, etc)... need I say more in the potential for impact these VBA apps can have over organization? Theres a new gen of business people comming...