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Drawing Names (A Christmas Name Drawing Application)

, 23 May 2012 CPOL
A Christmas name drawing application using DHTML, JavaScript, XML, C#, Forms, VS2008, .NET 3.5, encryption.
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ClassDiagram1.cd
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NameDrawing.exe
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ZachCox
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United States United States
My educational background is Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. I also earned a secondary teaching certificate.

My professional background is as a Software Engineer for the past 25 years or so and before that an instructor of Mathematics and Computer Science at the college level.

I currently design, develop, and support standards based Application Programming Interfaces that allow Windows based applications to interact with financial devices in a vendor neutral manner.

My hobbies are cycling, playing with the Internet, and reading.

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