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## BIO The following is a list of the Open University courses and qualifications I have acquired. I have also studied with Mercers College and ICS. No fly by night or pay for a diploma over the net 'educational' institutions. When you deal with me you deal with some one who has studied with a world renowned United Kingdom University. Transcripts and scans of certificates available apon request. | Diploma In Natural Sciences - Cert NatSci (Open) | | S103 (Discovering Sciences) | This course introduces a range of topics from global warming to the origin of life, ecology and genetics to earthquakes and volcanoes, chemical reactions and the structure of atoms to the origin of the universe. Important concepts, and scientific, mathematical and communication skills are developed in the context of these topics. | | Diploma In Computing - Dip Comp (Open) | | M206 (Computing an Object Orientated Approach) | Making the best use of appropriate media - print, computer, CD-ROM and the Internet - this innovative course covers the fundamentals of the object-oriented approach to programming and software development. Using paper-based materials and computer-based practical exercises, it teaches programming skills using the object-oriented language Smalltalk, and analytical techniques that equip you to identify or design software components needed for computer-based solutions to real problems. | | M301 (Complex software systems and there development) | The course teaches several state-of-the-art topics to do with large, distributed software systems and how they are developed. The topics include Java programming, analysis and design of application software using UML (Unified Modelling Language), frameworks and patterns, concurrency, professional issues, and planning and managing a software project. In studying these topics you will be required to use a Java development environment and a UML modelling tool. The topics, illustrated by a case study, concentrate on solving the problems that arise in the development of large distributed systems. The course concludes with a significant software project based on a case study. | | Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors - BSc (Hons) (Open) Including the following and afore mentioned courses. | | T171 (You, Your Computer and the Net) | Using set books, a course website, and online teaching and assessment, the course examines how the PC and the internet developed, the implications of the information technology revolution, and how the internet affects our lives, work and business. It also helps you to use your computer for effective information searching and analysis. | | MT262 (Putting Computer Systems to Work) | The course shows you how to get a computer to do things that are both useful and challenging: to solve problems for which there is no ready-made software application. It is based on practical work of two kinds. Discussion of problems leads to designs for their solution. Interwoven with the analysis and design are activities in which the designs are turned into practical computer programs that are tested and modified as necessary. The design aspect includes the concepts and techniques that are required for developing successful software through teamwork, although the problems tackled are suitable for individuals working alone. The team ideas require a modular approach to design that is helpful at the testing and correction stage. The practical programming work is built round the language C++, together with a modern programming environment. Both the design and the programming work include traditional and object-oriented approaches. | | M358 (Relational Databases) | This course is about using databases - collections of data that may be essential to the operation of large organizations, or may just be of interest to an individual. It looks in detail at relational databases, the kind of database that stores data as tables and is widely used on all computer systems. The course will be of benefit to anyone who is concerned with or interested in the planning, design, operation or use of a database. It offers various points of view, from the broader scope of information systems to the technology of databases that use the general-purpose software known as database management systems. Our aim is to explain the concepts underlying all relational databases, as well as to give you practical experience of applying the concepts in different situations. | | T396 (Artificial Intelligence for Technology) | Artificial intelligence - making computers behave more like human beings - has produced useful software techniques for solving technological problems. Knowledge-based systems introduces the concepts and applications of rules, handling uncertainty (including Bayesian updating, certainty theory and fuzzy logic), object-oriented systems and intelligent agents. Computational intelligence explains the functioning of genetic algorithms and covers four types of neural network: single and multi-layer perceptions, Hopfield, Kohonen and radial basis function networks. The software supplied illustrates the uses of the techniques introduced. A computer-based project and report draw together the themes of the course, with the project report replacing the conventional examination. | | T209 (Information and Communication Technologies: People and Interactions) | The convergence of information and communication technologies - rapid processing and global transmission of information, mobile communication systems - has brought radical changes in the way society, organizations and individuals function. This course provides a broad overview of the concepts behind these new systems and services, and a repertoire of ideas and tools for analysing information and communication technologies. It provides an introduction to the design and deployment of these technologies in the debate that will shape our future. There is emphasis on improving your general skills in studying, communicating ideas, and problem-solving. Group activities are a prominent feature of the course. | ## Area of Expertise <u>Programming Related</u> * Visual Basic 6 (My Favourite) * C++ * UML * Java * Smalltalk * Flex <u>Scripting Related</u> * Batch files * VBS Scripting. Both in Office products (Macros) and on its own. <u>Website/Graphics Related</u> * Adobe Publisher * Paint Shop Pro * Xara 3d * Macromedia Dreamweaver (\_The\_ website creation software) * Trillian Site Mapper <u>Microsoft Related</u> * Microsoft Access 2000/XP * Microsoft Windows XP, 98, 95, 3.11, 3.1, DOS * Microsoft Excel 2000/XP * Microsoft Publisher 2000 * Microsoft Outlook (Express as well)
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