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Cheryl Bunch, Programmer/Analyst
Don Yash, Senior Applications Specialist
Sima Yavari, Senior Software Engineer
Frank Kallio
John Ewing

Electro Scientific Industries 

"I think one of Ernest's best teaching qualities is his enthusiasm. He is very good at getting students invested in what they are doing and motivating them to work harder to reach their goals. He is a good roll model by really knowing the material himself. He also makes sure he uses his time wisely within class time and teaches the full period while other instructors end early and skip teaching opportunities. Ernest even willingly extends class time if students desire extended learning. He is quick to answer emails and questions outside class time as well. I would definitely recommend Ernest to any of my colleagues and friends"

Cheryl Bunch
Programmer/Analyst
Electro Scientific Industries

NW Natural

"I feel the 2373B "Programming with Visual Basic .NET" class was a 'must' for myself, a VB 6.0 programmer that needed to update my skills to prepare for projects that will use VB.NET. I'm very pleased with the course content, but benefited mostly from the professional programming knowledge that Dr. Bonat passed along to all of us in the class. I plan to take other course offerings from Dr. Bonat that cover other aspects of Microsoft .NET"

Don Yash
Senior Applications Specialist
NW Natura
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ADP Dealer Services

"I would recommend Ernest's VB .NET class to all the developers new to .NET. I enjoyed your class, learn a lot and four hours didn't seem long at all"

Sima Yavari
Senior Software Engineer
ADP Dealer Services

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"I am very well satisfied with the job you did teaching the 2373B Visual Basic.NET class for PCC. As the least experienced member of the class I needed special handling with some supplemental SW. You helped me there by downloading the resource kit and the Sql engine and burning these on a CD for me. In the case of the MSDE you stuck with me until I got it installed correctly. Without that dedication I wouldn’t have been able to do the database exercises from home. Ironically I’m now assigned to do an ADO application for the 233B class I enrolled in subsequent to yours. So far I’m acing my current class and I feel it is a positive testimonial to the teaching performance you delivered in your class. I’m now in a more academic environment, so I appreciate more, the “real life” experience that you also injected into your class. I would be happy to be a student in your class again.

Having said that, I’m still between jobs. The job-training agency I belong to has only resources remaining to fund the CIS credit classes. With the choice between funding your next class from my pocket or taking a funded CIS credit class, I’ll probably defect. Note that this is a financial choice rather than a reflection on you as an instructor.

I hold you in high regard, and I wish you would in both your career and your role as a VB Instructor"

Sincerely,

Frank Kallio


"I feel very fortunate in having taken a Visual Basic .NET class from you. Not only did you fulfill the requirements of the class in Visual Basic.NET as stated by Microsoft, but you also taught us students VB.NET techniques, strategies and "best practices" that are normally learned while on the job. That helped me to step outside of the box. Thank-you"

John Ewing

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Aug/2008

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!

May/2008

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.

Nov/2007

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.
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Aug/2007

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).

Jun/2006

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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