I'll try sum myself up later. For now I'll just have to remain Mr Mystery!
Areas Of Expertise
- Generic Software Development Expertise
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Windows platform solutions development
- Database Development
- Internet Applications
- GUI Interfaces design and development
Hardware and Operating Systems
- IBM PC
- Windows 9x/ME
- Windows NT/2000/XP/2003
Languages, Tools and Technologies
- C/C++, Java, VB, Perl
- Standard SQL
- MS SQL-Server
- XML, MFC, STL, ATL, COM, ActiveX
- Microsoft Information Server (IIS), Apache
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook)
- Microsoft DevStudio 6.0 (Visual C++, Visual Basic)
1992 - Present
- Software Developer, Programmer/Analyst
- Developing databases, desktop and client-server applications for Windows and Unix.
Huddersfield University - BSc(Hons) in Information Technology.
My email is mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org, if you must know :-)
Ok, Here are some links to topics I have contributed to, mostly for my use, but feel free to check them out.
- WikiBugs/editlinks mangles pages in special cases - My suggestion has been adopted by CliffordAdams for UseMod 1.0!
These are my own contributions:
I'm also thinking of implementing the following ideas (some could take a while, though).
- Link to Personal Page in GotoBar.
- Streamlining of Wiki to HTML translation - use more regexp advanced features. Thoughts:
- Look into having nested lists of different types.
- Lists terminate at end of paragraph or when different list type is encountered at same indent or less.
- I'm experimenting with code here - /SteamlinedTextFormatting
- Add lists, headings etc. to table cells - maybe even allow nested tables! Either:
- Code new table syntax as in MeatBall:TableSyntax OR
- Find a way of enhancing existing MoinMoin syntax.
Finally here's MyPatchedWiki source.
- Could you add it to PatchedScripts please? Thanks. -- DavidAndel
- I plan on doing - along with a patch to WikiPatches - as soon as I've finished my current updates. Thanks for the input. --DavidClaughton