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Visual WWW Developer Criteria All of our Developers meet the following five criteria:

1. Developers are required to pass rigid technical-programming interviews and demonstrate effective business communication skills before beginning work at the client site. Visual WWW will provide business communication and technical-programming training as required for different  
types of clients.

 2. Developer's projects are controlled and carefully supervised by Visual WWW’s high-tech staff on a regular basis.
Visual WWW reserves the right (if the client agree) to technically supervise client projects to ensure that they’re done properly and delivered on time using the latest available programming techniques and implementation.

3. Developers get the right salary, commensurate with their programming and development skills and level of experience. Visual WWW will always notify developers of client changes and salary adjustments by project.

4. Developers follow Visual WWW standards for design, development, and deployment of Windows and Internet web business applications. Visual WWW will respect client decisions concerning methodology and development issues by projects.

5. Developers are required to keep their technical-programming skills up-to-date, in order to provide high quality Windows and Internet web business applications. Visual WWW will provide any necessary computer programming training and mentoring as required.

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Dr. Ernest Bonat, Ph.D. will start teaching a new course for Windows Applications Developers “Database Windows Applications Development Using MySQL and VB.NET”. This course starts on Feb/23/2009 and it’ll be hosting by Portland Community College (PCC), Southeast Center in Portland. This course provides students with the knowledge and skills need to develop real production database Windows applications using the MySQL 5.0 Open Source server and Microsoft VB.NET 2008 Express Edition. To learn more about this course look at the brochure sheet and register as soon as possible. If you have any questions feel free to contact Dr. Bonat at any time you need.

Please, if you are interested in Open Source technology LAMP, you can’t just miss this course!


Dr. Ernest Bonat, Ph.D. participated at Portland's PHP User Group with presentation topic "Executing MySQL Stored Procedures in PHP Web Applications". Download here the entire presentation including slides, PHP source code and MySQL stored procedure scripts. Feel free to contact Dr. Ernest Bonat, Ph.D. for any questions regarding this presentation.


COMSYS hired Visual WWW to upgrade and develop various Internet web applications for Kettle Foods (Salem Manufactory) using classic ASP 3.0 / VBScript / JavaScript / SQL Server 2005.

Sandvik Medical Solutions contracted Visual WWW to upgrade their Barcode Labor System 2.0 for Visual Manufacturing system. The main upgrades include On-Off Hold Work Orders, Production Machine ID barcode implementation and much more. The Barcode Labor System was developed using VB 6.0 / ActiveReports 2.0 / Toad for Oracle 9.0 / Oracle 9i / SQL Server 2000.

Visual WWW was hired by Voter Power to develop and host their website. Voter Power's website is pure Open Source Technology LAMP, JavaScript and Joomla as a Content Management System (CMS).


Stored Scheduling Department from Kroger - Fred Meyer (Portland Offices) hired Visual WWW to develop a "Labor Management Criteria Maintenance System" and teach his employees with the latest Windows programming technologies using Microsoft VB.NET 2005 / IBM DB2 7.1.

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