Visual Basic 2010 Step by Step is an essential tool in learning Visual Basic. The Step by Step series has once again extended it’s series with another must-have for the visual basic programmer. This book is also a great refresher course for the intermediate visual basic programmer.
The author, Michael Halvorson is an award winning author and what I consider a Visual Basic Hall of Famer. His experience with Visual Basic extends beyond that as a ...
Mountain State University Summer 2010 Semester English Journal Checkpoint Assignment for week 5.
Software Company CEO
The CEO of a successful software company is guaranteed an extremely lucrative pay scale. The time and effort to become the CEO of a successful software company is great, and the time and effort involved in continuing any success is greater yet.
Many of the world’s greatest CEO’s were software programmers before they became business executives, some even who dropped out of college. Although billionaires Bill ...
Mountain State University Summer 2010 Semester English Assignment for week 3.
The readings by Klagsbrun and Lott rely on anecdotes, or brief stories, to portray a family member. Write an essay (2-3 paragraphs) in which you use two or three brief anecdotes to characterize one of your family members (Moseley & Harris, p. 136).
Honey Bees & Human Hair
Horror and laughter are emotions that are rarely shared. Bee nests and human hair serve a common purpose, as they both meet the needs ...
Have you ever wondered what happens when you visit a website that was built
upon the Joomla application? I am going to explain the technologies behind a
Joomla application in a simplified format. The schematics behind the development
of Joomla is much more advanced then a simple explanation could offer, so rather
then try to offer you an education in computer science, I am going to offer just
a taste of the engineering behind Joomla.
Our basic human perspective is based on what is in front of us, the here and now. We are an emotional based creature of high intelligence, and it is this very thing that shall become our downfall as a species.
We are just now in the infancy of understanding technology and the world around us. Our feeble human brains can only percieve what is in front of us, the here and now. Our belief system revolves around what we hear, see and feel, and is derived from our inperfect emotionally based need for survival.