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Name King & Keith Wells
Column Name Double Exposure
Average Article Rating 5
Join Date 13 Aug 2003
Birthday 01 Jan
Location Marrero, LA, USA Send Feedback
Bio Keith A Wells is a Software Engineer at a Fortune 500 corporation located in Louisiana. He has developed enterprise applications using various tools and languages. Some of these tools and languages include C++, Visual Basic, Powerbuilder’s Powerscript, Oracle PL/SQL, Microsoft T-SQL and Forte. He has designed web applications in CGI, ISAPI, Netscape Enterprise, Classical ASP and ASP.NET. He began using Classical ASP when Microsoft introduced their beta1 release. He has been developing ASP.NET applications for four years now. He has work experience in both the government and private sectors. Email: King S. Wells Jr. is a senior developer for Southpoint Technologies, a consulting company located in New Orleans’s scenic Central Business District (CBD). He has also worked in the Dallas Metroplex for 3 years before returning home to New Orleans in 1997. He has developed enterprise applications in Delphi, C#, Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, Oracle, et al. He initially started developing web applications using Microsoft classical ASP and has also been developing ASP.Net applications for over 2 years. Before working as a senior developer at Southpoint Technologies, King was working for Louisiana’s only Fortune500 Company. Email:
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