Basic Approach [HEPMADMIN] 27-Apr-2003 12:49 PM EST
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With the release of Visual Studio .Net, Visual Basic is now a truly object-oriented language. This text teaches programming concepts with Visual Basic .NET, emphasizing programs that support all aspects of creating Windows® and ASP.NET applications and Web forms for businesses that obtain input, perform data processing, generate output, and store program data for subsequent use. The approach to programming utilizes integrated cases that build from chapter to chapter; the cases are based upon common business problems and the processes integral to solving them.
Dr. Koneman manages the Certification Department at J.D. Edwards, a leading provider of integrated, Web-enabled applications designed to assist large- and medium-size companies improve business performance. In this role, Dr. Koneman manages the certification products and processes for validating the knowledge and skills of J.D. Edward's consultants and Business Partners. Prior to joining J.D. Edwards, he spent 10 years in Higher Education as an Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Colorado Christian University. He has taught courses in Computer Applications, Database Management, Multimedia Design, Visual Basic, and Business Ethics.
Dr. Koneman has a wide professional portfolio that Includes writing, consulting, and software development. He has written for the Prentice Hall Select Series. He has worked with companies such as CertiPort, Inc. as a consultant in certification development. As the former President of Instructional Design Consultants, Inc., Dr. Koneman managed the design and development of CD-ROM instructional materials for medical technology education, and in 1995 his company was awarded the Denver Business Journal's Most Innovative New Products Award in Biotechnology for GermWare, an interactive CD-ROM for learning microbiology.
Dr. Koneman received his Ph.D. from the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Denver. His research interests include computer-based learning, educational testing and measurement, and ethical issues regarding computers and technology in a post-modern society.
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