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Bill Nicolich


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E-commerce data. Set-based operations. Automation programming. Architecture of public interfaces and private interfaces within classes. Managing complexity. Evolutionary psychology. Classic literature. The author Joseph Conrad. The author Marianne Moore.

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My father got a Franklin Apple clone desktop computer when I was about eleven. There was an Apple Basic manual with it. So, I used the manual to program my own "choose your own adventure" game with no graphics much like the game "Oregon Trail." There was a health level, food and supplies levels, items and pitfalls. I wanted a statistical element to control the likelihood of events happening, so I included some mathematical formulas. This was about 1984. I had no IDE - so there was no cut, copy or paste operations. I remember seeing those operations much later and wishing I had them available back then. I became an occasional computer user as a teen-ager and then a more frequent user until college. I worked all throughout college in business office environments. I moved from scripting and automation to programming. My first full-time programmer job was in 2000 as a staff data conversion programmer, setting up datasets for full electronic accounts payable auditing. My programming has always been data-centric. I can say that I enjoy working with data. I envy people who get to work with interesting data. I have a brother-in-law who'se data is GPS coordinates of moving objects such as birds and fish. That's good stuff! At HealthCare Insight, I worked with physician billing data to audit for overcharges and fraud. That was interesting data. I learned much about the world of healthcare billing. I intend to create a web site to help the average consumer better understand healthcare billing to avoid overpayments. Much of my programming involves server-side Web programming and back-end database development. I do set up some of my own sites. I put up a site for my wife who is a violin instructor, composer and performer: EmilyViolin.com. I'm a Microsoft SQL Server platformer. I'm transitioning to ASP.NET, C#, ADO.NET, LINQ and SQL Server 2005.

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