Jules Bohanon, Lakeland, Florida:
My original career path was journalism, but I've always had a knack for computers. While working for a publishing company after graduating with a BA in Political Science, I began moonlighting creating websites in 1996. In 1997 I was hired as a consultant for a small hardware/software consulting company, and by 2001 I became its president.
Assem Bayahi, Mourouj 1, Tunisia:
I have a master degree in Computer programming applied to managment (Informatique appliquée à la gestion). Since 2003 I'm working with Audaxis (www.audaxis.com): I started as a developer and I'm now a technical director. I worked for the last seven years mainly on web projects but now I'm also working as the team leader of the OpenERP (odoo) tunisian Team. For more details: http://tn.linkedin.com/in/bayahiassem/en
Md. Obaidul Haque Sarker, Dhaka, Bangladesh:
I have completed my bachelor and master degree in Computer Science. I have over 10.0 years of experience as a software engineer and database designer.
Over the last 10 years, I have developed 30+ desktop and web applications using VB 6.0, VB.net, C#.net, ASP.net web form and MVC, Entity Framework, Crystal Report, RDLC report, Java script, JQuery, Ajax, PHP, JQuery, SSRS, SSAS and SSIS.
I also have experience in database installation and configuration, design, performance tuning, backup and recovery, and database migration. I am also Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) DBA.
Expertise in database design and implementation of business logic in database level (triggers, procedures functions and packages) in Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL, Sybase ASE and PostgreSQL database.
Writing technical document (Software Requirement Specification (SRS), High Level and Low level design document, Test case document). Good analysis, design and problem solving skill.
Worked in various applications such as Human Resource Management, Payroll, General Accounting, Provident Fund, Gratuity Fund, Inventory Management, Library Management, Fixed Asset Management, University Management, and Project Information Management
In my job tenure, I have done crucial projects on Governance, banking, pharmaceuticals, garments, NGO, education & telecom industry.
Ehtisham Rasheed, Sialkot, Pakistan:
i did my bachelors and masters in computer science... i've almost 4 years of development and 5 years teaching experience... currently im doing teaching in a public sector university of my country... im teaching databases and programming courses to undergraduate and graduate students... and in parallel im doing software development...
Christian Koch, Berlin, Germany:
I studied computer science on Technical University Darmstadt in germany.
Mark Horner, Bristol, England:
I have been working with Access for the last 3-4 years. First for a large educational company, then on to Lloyds Bank and now for Computershare (where I am a contractor on a daily rate of 250GBP) focused solely on Access. I have learnt on the job essentially (and through a LOT of self study in finding best practice online etc in places like access-programmers or stackoverflow) and my current role at Computershare is purely Access focused in developing Access databases to use as an interface from the company’s in house extremely old legacy system to churn out reports client ready.
My educational background, I left college (UK college that is) before I finished my A levels to start working as education didn’t interest me I wanted to work and earn money, and during work I discovered my natural talent per say for Access/VBA and all things technical. It’s for this reason I have started studying for my degree with the Open University in the UK for a BSc in Computing and Business Studies (half and half, as both areas are of great interest to me) and I complete this in my spare time, usually a few hours a week as it isn’t that difficult currently in my 2nd year.
Ven Grollmus, George Town, Tasmania, Australia:
My work background has started in 1989 with the primary telecommunication company in Australia, working in their billing department as an analyst/programmer. This lead me to work for EDS and Hewlett Packard, still working on the billing systems for the telecommunication company. I also worked for a couple of small not for profit organisations helping them with the computer systems. I then worked for a company called Traffic Technologies.
Bruce Bray, Phoenix, Arizona:
I have been working in the computer industry since the 80's. I began with DOS and dBase / Lotus and just learned database programming from there until now. I did go to the SQL Server 6.0 weeklong class and pass the exam for that as well as Windows NT 3.51. Outside of that, all of my other skillsets have been developed by programming for all of these years.
Yuriy Sultanaev, Ufa, Russia:
5 years Savings Bank
3 years pharmaceutical company
8 years Mortgage Agency
Temitayo Ilori, Berea, Ohio:
I have MBA and I’m working on a second Masters in Information Systems Management. I work as an Instructional designer/ Project Manager
Julie Hogue, Akron, Ohio:
I have been working exclusively with Microsoft Access for over 20 years now. I have clients that have started with Access 95 and progressed through Access 2014. This means I have accounts for which I have been working for over 20 years.
Biju John, Pathanamthitta Dist., Kerala, India:
I hold a bachelor degree in computer science. Also, I have international diploma in computer programming.
Grace Elaiza Seballos, Davao City, Philippines:
I am currently a Freelancer system analyst/web developer. I have been in this industry since 2003. I was in college back then while I was also an OJT in a software development firm. I was accepted at the firm by 2005. It was in 2010 that I started to become a freelancer.
Artiben prashantbhai S., Bhavnagar, India:
I have done Bachelor of Computar Application from local college