Ernest Bonat, Ph.D.
created Visual WWW, Inc. in May/2000. After 8 years experience
in Information Technology consulting business, his first thought
was to create software development company that can really
understand technically Developers needs. Ernest strongly believes
that Developers should manage
Developers. As the home page relates, Developers understand
the value of including business rules analysis, best practices
of programming code and implementation, application design
and architecture development, etc. For these reasons Visual
WWW was 'Created by Developers
for Developers'. Visual
WWW Five Developer Criteria are the foundation of company
Ernest’s technical background came from high-level technical
Russian school. In July/1987, Ernest finished his B.S., M.S.
and Ph.D. studies from Kiev
Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine. Ernest received his Ph.D.
Degree with the thesis titled “Mathematical
Simulation and Design of Thermal Oxidation of Silicon for
Microelectronic Integrated Circuits”. In Mar/1991
he and his family defected in Newfoundland, Canada, and asked
for Political Refugee status. Ernest moved to the United States
(Beaverton, Oregon) in Aug/1996.
As a Senior Software Engineer, Ernest
has provided database Windows application development and
services for a number of consulting firms and clients including
Computer People, ACS Technology Solutions, TMP Worldwide,
COMSYS, Netropole, etc.
In Feb/2000, I was hired as Faculty Member
of Phoenix – Oregon Campus
(UOPhx). At UOPhx, Ernest has been teaching Database Design,
SQL Programming, Internet Web Programming and Microsoft Visual
Basic .NET Windows Programming. In June 2002, I got my Ph.D.
Equivalent Degree from USA. In May 2004, I was selected as
2004 Faculty Member of the Year of
the Information Technology Department.
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!
Visual WWW was hired by Voter
Power to develop and host their website. Voter
Power's website is pure Open Source Technology LAMP,
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