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Posted 2 Jul 2008

Robust Spreadsheet for State Agency Application

Spread from FarPoint Technologies provides spreadsheet capability that is more robust than an ordinary grid and is more customizable than Excel.

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About the Authors

Bill Albing
Technical Writer FarPoint Technologies, Inc.
United States United States
Bill Albing creates technical documentation with as much automation and content management as possible and is a proponent of XML and structured authoring. With over 15 years experience, he is presently employed at FarPoint Technologies where he creates user-centered and API reference documentation for software products.

R. Kevin Chandros
Other HIS Consulting Services
United States United States
R. Kevin Chandros is currently a Senior Technical Consultant with HIS Consulting Services in Olympia, Washington, and his programming experience includes accounting, scientific, military, insurance, engineering, and health care industries and encompasses complete development from operating system drivers on up to application presentation. He has been programming professionally for more than 27 years on platforms ranging from embedded micros up to mainframes and everything in between. He first cut his teeth on programming with a time-share teletype terminal in Fortran IV at the age of 10, and has been hooked ever since. Kevin has programmed in over 30 computer languages and is currently programming in C# and Visual Basic .NET (with a little ILAsm thrown in just for fun). Kevin lives and works near Washington's capital and has served proudly as a United States Marine.

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