Jeff took his first programming course in 1966 as part of the Math club using key punch cards. As part of his university co-op program he did applied research in an iron ore pelletizing operation where he utilized SPSS to do statistical analysis on the collected data. Paper tape was the storage medium and a printer were the only input and output methods. After returning to school as an adult student in the early 80's, he earned a Diploma as a Electrical Engineering Technologist and made the Dean's List every semester.
After graduation he enter the computer industry in retail technical support and formed a development company. Jeff took every opportunity presented to him to advance his knowledge and skill set.
Today, he is semi-retired after over 30 years experience in the industry as a network programmer analyst, web developer and database specialist/administrator. He has worked on projects for the Toronto Stock Exchange, various government departments, real estate, accommodations, banking, transportation, retail, insurance and educational industries. Jeff has developed accounting and inventory software, e-commerce solutions, reservation systems and on-line catalogues. He has taught various courses at the College level and for businesses.
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