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Real World Best Practices for Handling Dates

, 19 Sep 2004 74.8K 2 31
Best practices for use when handling dates during less than ideal development projects. Explains a simple way to approach input and output date formatting when integrating with applications and databases.
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Scott MacDonald, Senior Solutions Architect
Sheer Vision Technologies,

Scott graduated from Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS Canada with a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. His academic work focused on Software Engineering, Data Mining, and other software development issues. Since completing his studies, Scott has applied his knowledge to web application development, focusing on web-based content management and Intranet development. He believes the most important part of a project is the beginning, working with the client to determine what is needed and how it will be done. Scott's career highlights include working for the NRC Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (NRC-CISTI) in Ottawa, Ontario and spending time as an IT entrepreneur in Halifax, Nova Scotia applying data mining to e-commerce solutions used by SMEs.

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