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A Query Builder Class For Visual Basic 2005 Hand Coders

, 12 May 2011 CPOL 34K 700 46
Most programmers prefer hand-coding database queries. This is a class that automates query building, while the code is as readable as the program logic.

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Elizalde G. Baguinon
Software Developer McKenzie Distribution Company, Inc.
Philippines Philippines
Elizalde Baguinon started programming while he was working at the Philippine Women's University in Taft Ave, Manila. He was an Audio Visual Technician then. His interest in programming started when he noticed there are so much forms required and filled up by the clients and so much documents to organize.

His break came when he was hired as a contractual Systems Developer for Lyceum of the Philippines University. There, he designed databases, web applications and client-server applications such as the Mynerva Library System.

His past engagements were with a solutions company where MIFARE SmartCards for PC application is the main product, SmartPoint Solutions Corp, and with a pharmaceutical company called Unilab Consumer Health, a subsidiary of Unilab, where he handled web apps coded in ASP.NET 2005.

He also worked at Armed Forces & Police Mutual Benefit Association (AFPMBAI) as a .NET Developer developing membership and insurance modules.

He is currently working at McKenzie Distribution Company, Inc. at Libis, Quezon City as a Senior Programmer.

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