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|Roger Washburn||Armstrong Airconditioning||I want to thank you again for the UniData programming class you taught
here at Armstrong. I have been able to incorporate many of the things you
showed us into current projects. I especially love the browser/flat file
shell, which I have already used on multiple occasions. Although I continue
to research the SCROLL.INQ parameters, since we use both smart and dumb
terminals, which conditions the left/right stuff. There are some things that
I still feel pretty weak on. I owe that to not having taken Intro classes,
like I-descriptors, beginning UniQuery, etc. and due to the fact that all
the classes I did take were Ardent classes that had no knowledge of ROI nor
M2k programming "anomalies" (or should I say enhancements?). I want to
stress that the Ardent instructor was an outstanding teacher but was not
able to take the course in the M2k direction ... which made your class so
invaluable since you understand the M2k approach to UniBasic, etc.
I would have liked to attend your other classes as I feel they could have helped me tremendously. I have recommended to my former employer that they send my replacement to your classes instead of the Ardent training ... and to not skip any classes.
|Gloria Cramer||Casino Data Systems||I am very glad I took your class prior to doing this upgrade. I learned
many basics from you that I have built on! You are a good teacher.
|Terry Miller||Paslode||We run our daily sales reports (12 flavors) out as HTML (tks to DAG) and e-mail them to the sales people, who use their Internet browsers to view them. Works great and looks great... (thanks Dave)|
|Jennifer Hendryx||Interior Systems Inc.||
I wanted to thank you for
letting me join the class last week. I am amazed at how much I learned in 5
days. I know these new skills will help me out tremendously in my role as
M2K administrator. I really appreciate all the help with the
SFDC.LABOR.ENTRY subroutine also. My materials manager is thrilled with the
results. I believe the words he used were awesome and sweet.