Is the retirement project of James "jimmy" Stewart
a now retired Senior Software Architect
|James "Jimmy" Stewart is a "mostly" retired Very Senior Software Engineer. Having been an integral part of the development of today's technology for over 45 years.
I graduated college in the early 1970's, having studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I soon started working with the early microprocessors of the time, simple 4 and 8 bit constructs that formed the basis of the technology we all enjoy today. Working in Atari and National Semiconductor "Engineering Labs" I soon mastered the incredible "chips".
Later; working for Olivetti, I particapted in the development of the first "PC Clone", helping to make the "PC" today's desktop standard. And at General Motors (indirectly) developing their "Factory of the Future 1", and establishing how all automobiles are manufactured today.
In the 1990's I branched out into databases engines, query languages, as completed my personal trek to understanding data acquition, management, and analysis, and developing very modern methods of perform those tasks.
In the early 2000's I developed a technology to provide dynamically updatable CD disks; the sales industry enjoyed some of the features available.
Today I continue to provide support for a web based data acquition, management, and analysis system. This system allows the subscriber to create a data collection form, and import it into my system. All of the database table creation is handled and allows the subscriber to deploy the form on any web page to collect data as needed. The system allows the subscriber, to use the "back-end" management features to manage the collected data as needed..
I develop controls, and applications for use in web, Windows, Android, and IOS environments. As a Microsoft Partner all work is done in the C# language.